Safety Archive

YWCA Asks Support In Week’s ‘NoXcuses’ Campaign

There's no excuse for violence, the Pottstown-based YWCA Tri-County Area consistently

Area Electric Utility Wins Safety Awards

Metropolitan Edison, which serves residents of 10 municipalities in the greater

Help MontCo Plan Tonight For Its Next 25 Years

Unhappy with some aspects of western Montgomery County now? Think there's

Douglass, Amity Among Bulletproof Grant Winners

Douglass and eight other local municipalities have won a total of

Drive Sober Or Be Pulled Over, PennDOT Warns

State police, DUI task force members, and several Montgomery County police

Convictions Complete, Township Honors Law Enforcers

11 photos. Prosecutors, investigators, detectives, patrol officers: if any were involved

Unrelated Police Investigations Result In Charges

Two Pottstown men were charged in separate and unrelated incidents during

DUI Charge Added After Driver’s 422 Speeding Stop

A Reading man faced charges of speeding and driving under the

Tri-County Police Benefit From Military Surplus Offer

Police agencies in Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties are among those

Police Arrest Pottstown Man For Alleged Assault

After Lower Pottsgrove police began investigating a "suspicious vehicle" Thursday on

Local Attorney Wins Magazine ‘Super Lawyer’ Title

Pottstown attorney Levi S. Wolf of Wolf Baldwin & Associates ranks

Pottstown End Violence Campaign Set For Saturday

The "Stop The Violence" Crusade is scheduled from noon to 4

Police Charge Pottstown Trio At Redner’s Market

One alleged retail thief who tried to leave the store with

PennDOT’s Green Tows Now A Regular Sight On 422

The state transportation department's bright green tow trucks are helping to

Think Summer’s Hot? You Shoulda Been At Capitol

Crowded. Claustrophobic. Sweaty. Miserable. Those were descriptions of state budget discussions

You Might Avoid Living With An Unhappy Past

Expunging a criminal record isn't possible with every crime, but it

Officers With Guns Drawn Surround Pottstown Home

Borough police took a man into custody Thursday night (July 10,

Part-Timers Unlikely As Township Police Force Grows

Hiring part-time police officers may be worthwhile in some municipalities, but