Concord talks traffic, in-person meetings

It was a mixed bag during Concord Township’s June 1 council meeting. Conversation ranged from traffic lights to sidewalks, return to in-person meetings, and an end to the COVID-related outdoor dining permits. Council also heard from state Rep. Craig Williams, R-160, who also talked about traffic. Williams, who won the representative seat to replace Steve Barrar, who retired last year, said he took a PennDOT…

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Police Log June 2: Crashes, harassment, theft

Pennsylvania State Police Media Barracks • Police said they arrested Ryan Haggins, 26, of Philadelphia, following a one-vehicle crash in Concord Township on April 3. The report said Haggins’ vehicle struck a tree on Aldan Avenue, but police also learned that he was driving under the influence of drugs and had two young children in the car. According to the report, there were no injuries,…

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