The Franklin Township Supervisors will begin road work on Cabin and Billman Roads, starting tomorrow, Wednesday, 08/02/22 into next week, 08/10/22 (approximate end date). Local traffic will be permitted in the area, all other motorists are asked to avoid the area during this time.
** UPDATE the dogs and the owner have been reunited **
These two dogs (see attachment) were just seen on Quaker Meeting House Road near the intersection of Ringtown Mountain Road, Village of Newlin area, Locust Township. Please contact us at 570-799-5806 if you know who the dogs may belong to.
Please be on the look out for Rosie, Description: 7yr old white dog with black areas on face, back and tail. Not super friendly, not chipped, her collar is missing (it was on when she was lost) …last seen about two days ago in the area of Mill Road, Millgrove, Pine Swamp Road areas, possibly walking towards Newlin. Contact us at 570-799-5806 if you have seen her.
Please share / be on the look out for "Ruby", a (5) month old Golden Retriever puppy who went missing on Sunday, July 3, 2022 from the Roaring Creek Road area of Mayberry and Franklin Township's. This is at the Columbia-Montour County line area on the southside of the Susquehanna River. "Ruby" became scared and ran off when some fireworks were being displayed nearby.
Valley Chemical Fire Company Auxiliary - Community Yard Sale Event
Saturday, June 18, 20222 from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, located in front of the Valley Chemical Fire Company and Locust Township Municipal Building; 1223A Numidia Drive, Catawissa, PA 17820.
See attached flyer for more details.
Please come out and support the auxiliary in their efforts to support the local fire company.
On Memorial Day, we keep alive the memory of those who died for our country.
It's that time of year where we are mowing our grass and continuing to clean up our lawns. For the safety of all motorists, especially those on motorcycles, please do not blow your grass clippings on to the roadway. Even a small amount of grass clippings, especially when wet, can cause a vehicle to slide and the operator to lose control. Should your grass clippings cause an accident or be a contributing factor to an accident, you could be held liable in civil court.
The Locust Township Police Officers Association will be hosting its 15th annual auto show on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at the Numidia Dragway. All types of autos are invited to attend.
Proceeds beneﬁt the ofﬁcer’s association in providing scholarships, local youth activities and equipment & safety items for the ofﬁcers of the Locust Township Police Department.
The Locust Township Police Department, Locust, Cleveland, Franklin and Roaring Creek Township Supervisors want to thank the Board members of the Catawissa VFW, Post 8306, for their generous donation. Catawissa VFW Post Commander, Mark Schlieder recently presented Chief Allen L. Breach with the $2,000.00 donation. The money is going to be used towards the funding of new body armor for the police officers.
The officers and families of the Locust Township Police Department offer our sincere thanks and gratitude to all of our veterans who have served our great country. We thank you and your family for your sacrifices in keeping use free.
“The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war.” – Douglas MacArthur
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