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Ciresi Proposes Bill for Schools' PPE Grants

Ciresi Proposes Bill for Schools’ PPE Grants

Legislation sought by state Rep. Joe Ciresi would pay for virus personal protective equipment bought by schools. It's similar to a bill approved last year, but which is now expired.

What Not to Leave Behind in a Crash: Your Gun

What Not to Leave Behind in a Crash: Your Gun

Imagine the surprise experienced by workers at a Pennsburg area auto yard. They discovered a handgun in a car involved in an accident and later towed to their business. It's been given to state police.

Alleged Threatener in Custody, Schools' Lock-In Ends

Alleged Threatener in Custody, Schools’ Lock-In Ends

Pottsgrove schools were prepared to be closed Tuesday as the result of a threat received Monday morning at the high school. They canceled those plans after a suspect from outside the district was apprehended.

ChesCo Trail Inching Closer to Route 422 Bridge

ChesCo Trail Inching Closer to Route 422 Bridge

Construction crews in Chester County are working this month to complete an extension of the Schuylkill River Trail from Parker Ford to the U.S. Route 422 bridge near the expressway's Route 724 interchange.

How Big Should a Parking Stall Be?, Board Wonders

How Big Should a Parking Stall Be?, Board Wonders

With the sizes of popular pick-up trucks and SUVs growing in width and length, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners were asked to consider enlarging parking spaces. Let's think about it, they replied.

Commissioners Change November Meeting Date

Commissioners Change November Meeting Date

The first meeting of the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners during November has been re-scheduled from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4 at 7 p.m., to be held inside Sunnybrook Ballroom, North Sunnybrook Road.

Campus Project Still in Review, Months After Halt

Campus Project Still in Review, Months After Halt

A Lower Pottsgrove commissioners' committee continues to review plans for construction of its proposed municipal campus, two months after forcing the project to a halt. It's looking to reduce costs.

Township Eager for Funding Help to Clear Debris

Township Eager for Funding Help to Clear Debris

Weeks after Tropical Storm Ida flooded portions of Lower Frederick Township, it could receive federal funds to help with costly clean-ups and repairs. Removing debris at Foy Park is an example of the need.

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