Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Kiddie Academy of Collegeville, Perkiomen Valley Middle School, Evergreen Elementary, Flanagan's Preschool and more inspected in April.
The Montgomery County Health Department in April conducted inspections of food-service establishments in the Perkiomen Valley area. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report. Perkiomen Lower Frederick Schwenksville Trappe
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Wawa, Dunkin Donuts, Ortino's Restaurant, Mal's American Diner, Capt'n Chucky's and more inspected in March.
The Montgomery County Health Department in March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in the Perkiomen Valley area. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report. Lower Frederick Perkiomen Schwenksville Skippack Trappe
Friday, April 12, 2013
Desiree Cucolo, of Lower Frederick, and Kristy Willson, of Royersford, were arrested after an incident in which a felon allegedly shot a gun into a tree.
Two additional arrests have been made in connection with a March 25 Lower Frederick incident in which a felon allegedly fired a handgun into a tree, according to the Lower Frederick Township Police. Desiree Cucolo, 32, of Lower Frederick, and Kristy Wilson, 34, of Royersford, are facing charges stemming from the incident near Second Avenue and Main Street around 9:30 p.m., when police responded to a report of shots fired and found convicted felon Daniel DeFreitas, 31, of Eagleville, allegedly in possession of a handgun concealed in the waistband of his pants. DeFreitas was charged with illegally possessing a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, recklessly endangering another person, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia, and …
Sunday, March 31, 2013
A look at a few of the events in the Perkiomen Valley this week.
Municipal Meetings Galore: Get some knowledge of what's going on in your backyard with Lower Frederick, Trappe Borough and Perkiomen Township meetings on Tuesday night at 7. http://www.trappeborough.com/ http://www.lowerfrederick.org/ http://www.perkiomentownship.org/ Movie Day at the Library: Watch Disney's "Brave" for free at Perkiomen Valley Library Monday afternoon. Hearing Aid Clinic: Get help with your hearing on Tuesday.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Health inspections in January for the Perkiomen Valley Patch area.
The Montgomery County Health Department in December conducted inspections of food-service establishments in the Perkiomen Valley area. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report. Skippack Lower Frederick Schwenksville Trappe
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Local fire crews assist on Monday afternoon fire.
Several area crews were called into a fire on Monday afternoon that started in a first-floor wall of a Lower Salford home. Harleysville Fire Chief Todd Burns told Montgomery Media that the fire was inside a first-story wall and inside the floor between the basement and first floor. Companies that assisted included Harleysville, Skippack, Towamencin, Upper Salford, Souderton, Perkiomen and Lower Frederick companies. Medical units from Harleysville Area EMS and Skippack EMS also reported to the scene. No injuries were reported, and the cause is still under investigation. For the full story on Monday's fire, see this Montgomery Media article.
Friday, July 13, 2012
William Winder Jr., of Norristown, is facing multiple charges for his alleged involvement in a burglary of a Lower Frederick apartment.
According to The Mercury, a state police investigation has resulted in charges against a Norristown man for helping to burglarize a Lower Frederick apartment. William Winder Jr. is facing charges including burglary, criminal trespass, theft and receiving stolen property. Winder allegedly broke into an apartment on June 9 with 28-year-old Brittany Leizerowicz, who reportedly already admitted her involvement to police. Winder and Leizerowicz allegedly made off with two flat-screen TVs, an Xbox 360 and other items in the crime. Read more about the case here.
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Repaving and repairs expected to take about two weeks; other township notes
Meng Road in Lower Frederick will be closed to through traffic for repairs and paving starting on Tuesday, June 10, township manager Tamara Twardowski said Tuesday evening prior to the township's Board of Supervisors meeting. The road is expected to be closed for about two weeks. New fire chief Twardowski also advised the Lower Frederick Board of Supervisors that Scott Angstadt has stepped down as chief of the volunteer Lower Frederick Fire Company, citing demands on his schedule. He has been succeeded by Tom Gamon, IV. Angstadt will remain with the fire company. Burning ban could return Twardowski told the meeting that while a recent burning ban had been lifted and no ban was currently in effect, that could change in the coming weeks. "If…
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Thefts in Lower Frederick and Trappe; DUI in Graterford
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Thursday, June 14, 2012
The following items include information provided by the Skippack Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction. Woman arrested after allegedly pawning stolen goods Pennsylvania State Police arrested a 28-year-old woman in connection with residential burglary in Lower Frederick Township on Saturday, June 9. Brittany Leizerowicz allegedly broke the glass pane of the entry door to the home on Main Street and removed two flat-screen televisions, an XBOX 360 with accessories, and other miscellaneous items. Police said the items were recovered from an area pawn shop and that Leizerowicz confessed to the crime. She was being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility on $7,000 …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
David Buckley joins force after 20 years experience.
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Thursday, April 26, 2012
Former Marine and Pennsylvania State Police Barracks Commander David Buckely was sworn in at an April meeting of the Lower Frederick Board of Supervisors. Buckely comes to the team after more than 20 years of police experience. According to an article in the Times Herald, Buckely was previously a supervisor for a team of more than 50 officers at PSP. “It will be less stressful just worrying about my self and not what 50 other people are doing,” Buckley said to the Pottstown Mercury. “I’m just going to have to worry what I can do as a police officer.” The article said that he is grateful to be a part of the Township. “I’m very appreciative to Chief Maxey and the Lower Frederick Board of Supervisors for giving me this opportunity,” Buckley …