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Peters Township Police Department will be accepting expired or unwanted drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at various locations Saturday.
Be careful if you are driving in the 1000 block of state Route 19.
The Peters Township police chief encourages residents to sign up for email notifications on the sex offender registry websites.
A raccoon that attacked a dog in the township tested positive for rabies—and the Peters Township Police Department reminds you to ensure your pets are safe.
As flu season wanes, a new Super Bug from Australia is taking its place in the spotlight.
On-street parkers can be fined.
No injuries were immediately reported.
If you insist on driving after a few drinks, here's what you should know about how alcohol affects your system and your criminal record.
The free FBI application is available on both the iTunes and Android systems.
The effort focuses on seat belt use, impaired and aggressive driving, officials said.
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