Chamber Visit with the Easter Bunny Noon – 2:00 p.m., Sat., 04/13/2019
Children enjoy a visit with the Easter Bunny at the Rimersburg Community Building thanks to the Rimersburg Chamber of of Commerce at no charge!
Come Meet & Greet our local Police – all ages invited!
All ages are invited to come meet & greet an officer(s) of our local police department at the Rimersburg Borough Community Building at 484 Main St. on Mon., April 15, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Police Meet & Greet Flyer
Beware of Tax Fraud and Scams – taxes due 04/15/2019
Know the following things:
- The IRS will not demand immediate tax payment;
- The IRS will not demand specific payment types;
- The IRS will not threaten to arrest for not paying;
- The IRS will not ask for debit or credit card information over the phone or email.
If you are contacted by email or phone and have any of the above experiences, it is fraud and you should report it immediately to the IRS at http://www.irs.gov. Here is a link to a poster you can put up to help protect those around you.
*Get your water and sewer bill in your email and do away with paper bills!
When you register for eBill using the “Pay My Bills” tab, you can pay your bill at Northwest Bank in Rimersburg, mail in a check to the Borough office, or choose to pay it online. The only differences are that you will receive your bill in your email instead of paper, and you will have the ability to view your bill online using “View and Pay Bills.” This does not obligate you to pay online and it helps the environment by using less trees! If you have questions, please contact the Borough Office – we are happy to help. We do not share your email address or any contact information.
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- Road, water and sewer report presented to Sandy Twp. supervisorsSandy Township Public Works Director Matt Cook presented his March report to the supervisors at Monday’s meeting.
- Police officer missing from Run/Walk event, road projects are meeting topicsSYKESVILLE — The absence of a police officer who was scheduled to be at this year’s “Run/Walk for Someone Special” event was the opening topic of Monday evening’s Sykesville Borough Council meeting.
- Sandy Twp. approves noise ordinanceThe first step toward implementation of a noise ordinance in Sandy Township was approved by the supervisors at Monday’s meeting.
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- Main Street shop serves up scoops of antiques, ice cream in RidgwayRIDGWAY — With the arrival of April, a Main Street Ridgway shop will be serving up scoops of its popular ice cream, while inviting the community in for a look at antiques.
- DCC sixth-graders present annual Passion Play during Holy WeekDuBois Central Catholic sixth-graders staged their annual re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross, a school tradition for decades, during Holy Week.