Throw up to five boxes of documents you'd like shredded into the back of the car, and come Sunday (today, May 22) to Pottsgrove High School from noon to 3 p.m. and watch them disappear.
Own a United States flag that's no longer presentable for public display? Don't throw it away; it should be incinerated. For that, drop it off at the new discarded flag collection box created for state Rep. Joe Ciresi's office in Royersford.
State Rep. Joe Ciresi of Royersford is on the lookout for qualified candidates interesting in a paying, part-time internship position available this summer. Apply on the Indeed job platform.
Many consumers have forgotten some subscriptions they ordered, or have others they no longer want or need but find them difficult to end. State Rep. Joe Ciresi is promoting a bill to solve the problem.
Limerick Township has won a $130,000 boost in its efforts to extend sewer service east along Ridge Pike between Airport Road and the Lower Pottsgrove line. More than 60 property owners will benefit.
State Reps. Joe Ciresi, seeking re-election in the 146th District, and Tracy Pennycuick, looking to advance from the 147th District to the state Senate, reported on their petition filings Monday.
Two elected officials will offer the opportunity April 6 to register for real estate fraud protections, and veterans to sign up for a discount ID card ... both in one place. And another document shredding event is scheduled April 9.
Got a SEPTA Key Senior ID card that seems ready to expire? There's no need to travel into Philadelphia for an update. State Rep. Joe Ciresi's staff can help with renewals at his Royersford office.