Hamilton Rd is open for traffic

The North Middleton Township Police are requesting assistance identifying the pictured male who stole the pictured motorized bicycle from a residence in the 800 block of E. Louther St, Carlisle.  The motorbike is a 26" Diamondback - metallic blue w/ chrome fenders, headlight and tailight and is more than 25 years old.  Anyone that may be able to identify the pictured suspect should contact North Middleton Twp PD @ (717)243-7910 or leave a tip through Crimewatch.

Hamilton Rd is closed in Castle Shannon from Bethel Park border to Route 88 due to a transformer fire.

Duquesne Light crews are on scene working to resolve the issues.

Please be advised that a large tree is blocking northbound Easton Road in the area of Route 202. The road is passable but please be aware of the hazard and use caution.

On Tuesday, July 7 and Wednesday, July 8, Third Street between S. Church Street and S. Potomac Street will be closed for street work. 

Disabled SEPTA bus southbound N. Main St. at Broad Street. Southbound N. Main St. closed between Union and Broad Street’s.

Doylestown Township Police are currently investigating a multi-vehicle accident on Easton Road southbound just north of Almshouse road. Please be advised the left lane is currently closed; therefore use caution in the area.

Turk Road is currently closed between Bomaca Drive and Pebble Woods Drive due to a ruptured sewer line.  Bucks County Water and Sewer will be making repairs and the road will be closed until further notice.  Please avoid the area.  

Per Middletown Borough Ordinance, ALL FIREWORKS are to CEASE after 10PM.

While we appreciate that it is the 4th of July.... any subsequent violations will be CITED accordingly.

The Manheim Borough Police Department is providing updates on a recent protest and information about a planned protest expected to take place in coming days.

- On June 23, there was a protest in Manheim that included a march in the borough. Roadways were obstructed and we received information about altercations between individuals.

To date, we have not received reports from potential victims of such behavior. We did receive calls from motorists who were stopped or diverted their direction of travel.