Sunday, May 19, 2013
Piyush Kumar Agarwal, 29, of Audubon, is facing numerous charges in connection with seven incidents of indecency dating back to April 6.
Lower Providence and Upper Providence police departments have announced the arrest of 29-year-old Piyush Kumar Agarwal, of Audubon, in connection with a string of indecent exposure incidents dating back to April 6. An Upper Providence detective reportedly encountered Agarwal at 3:40 p.m. on Saturday at the trailhead of the Perkiomen Trail, near the intersection of Lower Indian Head Road and Upper Indian Head Road. Agarwal was standing outside of his vehicle, with the top button of his pants unbuttoned, according to the report. The report indicates that both Agarwal and his vehicle matched the descriptions given to police by prior victims. Police then approached Agarwal and placed him in custody, the report states. In total, police have …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Derrick Clay, 42, of Norristown, along with his son, Anthony, 22, and an unidentified woman, allegedly threw a Lower Providence man down a flight of stairs and stole his fiancee's phone.
A father-and-son duo from Norristown were arrested after they allegedly broke into a Lower Providence man's apartment, threw him down a flight of stairs, and stole his fiance's phone to settle a drug debt. According to the Pottstown Mercury, Derrick Clay, 42, of Norristown, along with his son, Anthony, 22, and an unidentified woman, broke into an apartment on the 3400 block of Germantown Pike on April 28 to confront the man about a $100 drug debt. When informed that the man could not pay, the elder Clay reportedly threw the man down the stairs, before embarking on a search for "collateral." They then stole the fiancee's phone, according to the report. Both the father and son were charged with felony burglary, robbery and conspiracy, along …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Police from multiple jurisdictions quickly joined the pursuit, which eventually ended when the vehicle was stopped in Lower Providence.
A Whitpain man is facing numerous criminal charges after he allegedly led police on a late night vehicle chase from Whitemarsh to Lower Providence. On April 19 at 12:38 a.m., an officer from Whitpain Township saw a heavily damaged tan Chevy driving westbound on Skippack Pike. The vehicle had no working headlights, and parts of the vehicle were dragging in the roadway, according to the report. When the officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop, the driver reportedly waved an unknown object inside of the car and refused to pull over. Police from multiple jurisdictions quickly joined the pursuit, which eventually ended when the vehicle was stopped in Lower Providence. At the scene, the driver – identified as Michael Williams, 46, of the …
More than 50 restaurants inspected in the greater Norristown area during the month of March.
The Montgomery County Health Department in March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in the Pottstown Patch area. Lower Providence Township Health Inspections Arcola Skyview Schools, Arrowhead Elementary, Audubon Elementary, Speck's Drive In, Dairy Queen and Rita's and more inspected during the month of March. East and West Norriton Health Inspections Applebee's, Menchie's Frozen Yogurt, Guppy's Good Times, and more inspected during the month of March. Norristown Health Inspections August Moon, Honcock Elementary, Crown Fried Chicken, Stewart Middle School, Pub Deli and more inspected during the month of March. Plymouth Township Health Inspections Andy's Diner, Auntie Anne's, Cracker Barrel, Chipotle and more among the …
Monday, April 29, 2013
How did your favorites fair during the March health inspections?
The Montgomery County Health Department in March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Lower Providence Township. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report.
Friday, March 29, 2013
More than 50 local restaurants inspected during the month of February.
The Montgomery County Health Department in February conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Norristown, East and West Norriton, Blue Bell, King of Prussia Plymouth Township and Lower Providence Township. February Health Inspections for Norristown Banh Mi Bar and Bistro, Hancock Elementary School, Lou's Sandwich Shop, Zachary's BBQ and more were inspected in Norristown in February. Click here to see more. February Health Inspections for East and West Norriton Lee’s Hoagie House, Wal-Mart, McDonald’s, and Starbucks were inspected in East and West Norriton during the month of February. Click here to see more. February Health Inspections for Blue Bell Burger King, China Star, PJ Whelihan’s Pub, Tigers II Family Restaurant and…
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Eagleville's local fireplace, patio and grill shop has what homeowners need to complete their 'dream home' projects, something for the grill master, and more.
Lower Providence Patch: When did you open your business? Salter's Fireplace Patio Grill: Salter’s Fireplace Patio Grill has been in business for over 35 years. We are a separate store from Salter’s Ski Shop upstairs, offering Hearth products including high efficiency stoves and inserts, mantels, screens and doors as well as stone facades, outdoor patio furniture and fire features, as well as grills and custom outdoor kitchens. We specialize in bringing warmth in the winter and comfort all year long to indoor and outdoor living spaces. LPP: Who is your ideal client or customer? SFPG: Homeowners who want to be more energy efficient by installing a new gas or pellet insert or stove fireplace or replacing their old inefficient fireplace. We …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Health inspections in January for Lower Providence Township.
The Montgomery County Health Department in December conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Lower Providence Township. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Owner Brian Flaxman told Action News he's not giving up just yet.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Car Vision is changing the way they do business.
With more than 500 used cars available, Car Vision, on Ridge Pike in Norristown, will be updating its look and the way it does business, according to a release on PR Leap. The dealership will be "adding new machines for aligning wheels and completing other maintenance tasks," renovation the showroom, and outfitting the staff with smartphones, as well as have launched a new Facebook page. The page will feature monthly giveaways and other contests according to the release. Free seminars will also be held online and in person at the dealership. Learn more about the updates here.