Safety Archive

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

Expect DUI Enforcement During July 4 Holiday

Teams of local police officers will be looking throughout the Greater

Officer, Pottstown Man Injured In Sunday Accident

The collision between a Lower Pottsgrove police patrol car and a

Police Issued 118 Tickets In May; More To Come

Lower Pottsgrove police put state overtime money to good use in

Local Families Got Rid Of 82 Pounds Of Trouble

A year-round effort by police that encourages area residents to clean

Police Report Possible Scammer At Sanatoga Ridge

He flashed a PECO company identification card, and claimed he was

Size of PA’s Expensive Legislature Gets A New Look

A study by the Pew Charitable Trust concludes Pennsylvania's Legislature is

Township Police Assist At Saturday Robbery Scene

Lower Pottsgrove police assisted Pottstown officers Saturday following an attempted morning

Pottstown 10th Grader Apprehended At High School

He was being sought Wednesday by Pottstown police who were investigating

Armed Robber Takes $700 From Pottstown Register

A clerk at a gas station on High Street at first

Police Called, No Victim Discovered In Railroad Report

A Norfolk Southern employee feared the worst as a train passed