• Denver eyes several issues for future action

    It was an upbeat and productive one hour meeting July 9 for Denver Borough Council. Everyone agreed to place three new issues on their agendas to better prepare for the future. President Blake Daub requested council examine:...

    • Posted July 11, 2018
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  • Officer Kreisher was honored with a DUI Top Gun award.
    East Cocalico officer wins state DUI arrest award

    East Cocalico police officer Roger Kreisher was honored with a DUI Top Gun award for 32 DUI arrests in 2017 by the Pennsylvania DUI Association on June 19. A total of ten police officers from the county...

    • Posted July 3, 2018
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  • McCrea's research reveals the real Gustave Zanker may not be buried in Muddy Creek Cemetery.
    A Muddy Creek mystery

    While researching Civil War soldiers of East Cocalico for his upcoming book, historian Ken McCrea discovered evidence indicating that the person buried under a weathered gravestone in Muddy Creek Cemetery which reads, “Gustave Zanker, Co. G, 3rd...

    • Posted July 3, 2018
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  • ‘Bright’ future for Denver street light installations

    Denver Borough Manager, Mike Hession, reminded council on Monday, June 25, that in December, it will be five years from the time Denver first approached PPL about buying back their street lights. At that time, studies indicated...

    • Posted July 3, 2018
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  • Woody waste site gets road renovation

    Supervisors approved closing the woody waste site located behind the municipal building from July 5 through July 26 at their meeting on Thursday, June 21. The woody waste site, located near the township’s recycling dumpsters, is used...

    • Posted June 27, 2018
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  • West Cocalico keeps sewer plans moving along

    Sewer infrastructure was a big topic June 18 in what even chairman James J. Stoner conceded was mostly a “boring meeting” sparsely attended by four or five residents. However, the board did chew on weighty issues such...

    • Posted June 27, 2018
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  • The Adamstown YMCA recently recognized Daryn Ebersol, a Cocalico High School student, as he received the Youth Champion Award for 2018. Pictured (left to right) are Justin Baas, program director, Daryn Ebersol, and Adamstown Branch Executive Alyssa Bushkie. Photo by Adamstown YMCA
    Adamstown to ‘curb’ overzealous sidewalk fixers

        Residents of Cocalico are complaining of speeding buses driven by the Cocalico School District while they are carrying children. Resident Kerry Fisher lives across from Adamstown Elementary School. “I would like to address the speeding...

    • Posted June 20, 2018
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  • Denver Council hears project status updates

    Denver Council heard oral reports on several projects and viewed a video showing the obstruction in well number 4 at their Monday, June 11 meeting. Updates included: • LED streetlight project: Installation of overhead streetlights started June...

    • Posted June 20, 2018
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  • Snyder named Adamstown principal

    *In the print edition, this story’s continuation was accidentally and unfortunately omitted. This web edition contains the full article. The Review intends on re-running this story in next week’s edition. Adamstown Elementary School will have its second...

    • Posted June 20, 2018
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  • West Cocalico bridge back in business

    The Sportsman Road Bridge over Sportsman Road near the Cocalico Sportsmen’s Association is finally open and back in good condition. Last year, supervisors were pondering how to fix the bridge, which had been determined to be deficient...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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