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Government, Police & Fire
Police officers have already expressed interest in becoming Upper Macungie's chief, according to Upper Macungie Township Supervisor Samir Ashmar.
The fate of Berks-Lehigh Regional is still unknown, but Upper Macungie Supervisor Sam Ashmar suggests police officers submit their resumes for a spot on the township's new force.
The new police station on Grim Road construction should be completed by early May; the township is now also looking to build a new police department.
Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Berks-Lehigh Police Commission recognize Eagle Scout for his support of the K-9 unit.
The Berks-Lehigh Regional Police Commission is deadlocked, 2-2, on whether to let the police chief retire or offer him another contract.
Upper Macungie wants you to be a member of its Community Emergency Response Team.
Police & Fire, Schools
Upper Macungie Fire Station No. 56 presents program to Jaindl Elementary School students Tuesday
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