• Of the (young) people… Students get opportunity to participate on Denver council

    Denver Borough Council annually invites high school students interested in participating in local government to apply for consideration as a junior council person. The junior council member updates council on happenings at the high school and may...

    • Posted November 30, 2016
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  • No tax increase for 2017 in East Cocalico

    The East Cocalico Township supervisors have proposed a $5.36 million budget for 2017, which is a slight increase from last year’s $5.28 million. No real estate tax increase is proposed. Street light rates, calculated by front footage...

    • Posted November 30, 2016
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  • Chris Progin (left) and Darrick Keppley recently earned their sergeant’s stripes. Police Chief Terry Arment said the promotion from corporal to sergeant became official Nov. 1. Photo by Alice Hummer
    East Cocalico Police sergeants named

    Two members of the East Cocalico Police Department, Corporal Darrick Keppley and Corporal Chris Progin, were promoted to sergeants Nov. 1. Each officer is in his 20th year with the department. Keppley does many community relations activities....

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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  • 2017 Denver budget debuted

    Small tax increase likely for property owners Denver Borough Council members revealed the 2017 budget including a small tax increase and heard concerns about pedestrian safety at their Monday, Nov. 14, meeting. Members approved advertising the proposed...

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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  • The intersection of Stevens Road and Line Road in East Cocalico
    Placement of stop sign elicits concerns in East Cocalico

    An East Cocalico resident concerned about the placement of a stop sign at the intersection of Stevens and Line roads made his feelings known at the Nov. 3 township meeting. In response, the supervisors instructed Steven Gabriel,...

    • Posted November 10, 2016
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  • Denver looking to lock in police coverage costs through 2020

    The single biggest budget expense for Denver Borough is police service, usually in the neighborhood of a half million dollars. At its Monday night meeting, the council announced that its projected police contract costs could be locked...

    • Posted November 2, 2016
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    St. Boniface rolls out long-awaited food menu

    Loyal fans and lucky customers got a treat over Halloween weekend when St. Boniface taproom began serving a limited — and excellent, according to customer comments — food menu. “We wanted to do everything in-house so we’re starting small,...

    • Posted November 2, 2016
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  • Field goal: More space

    Cocalico Youth Soccer League popularity increases need for more playing areas The leaders of Cocalico Youth Soccer Club was not guarded when he presented his case to the East Cocalico supervisors at their Oct. 20 meeting. Eric...

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • REAL Life Community Services plans banquet

    It’s a cause for celebration on Oct. 25 in Denver. REAL Life Community Services will be noting three major accomplishments this year as the organization holds a banquet that day at the Denver Fire Company social hall....

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Volunteers needed for Denver tree planting Oct. 29

      Denver Borough, recipient of a Tree City USA Award for the last consecutive 18 years, received a Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful grant for its fall tree planting project. The planting gets under way Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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