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Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Aldan, Pennsylvania 19018

The Borough of Aldan is of only modest size, yet has a population over 4,000 and alternative names within its limits: Clifton Heights, Primos, Primos Secane and Secane.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Oxford, Pennsylvania 19363

Oxford is in Chester County, Pennsylvania. A town firmly grounded in history, it used to be the halfway point between Philadelphia and Baltimore for travelers and coaches to rest in.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Bristol, Pennsylvania 19007

Bristol, in Bucks County, is one of the older boroughs in Pennsylvania.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Lindenwold, New Jersey 08021

In central Camden County is the developed borough of Lindenwold.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355

Malvern, also known as Frazer, is a borough in in Chester County, Pennsylvania. With a land area of 1.2 square miles, it is home to about 3,000 people. Malvern has parks, gardens and fields, as well as wooded areas. Many of these are inhabited by wild animals.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Palmyra, New Jersey 08065

Palmyra, in Burlington County, is home to Palmyra Cove Nature Park and about 7,400 residents.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Hulmeville, Pennsylvania 19047

The borough of Hulmeville, with a population of just over 900, is in Bucks County, PA.

Tick Bite leads to Amputation Horror

Tick bites are known to cause all sorts of health issues - but for Oklahoma mom Jo Rogers, the consequences were more horrifying than anybody could possibly have imagined.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066

Gloucester County’s Paulsboro borders the Delaware River and is most known for its marine transfer of petroleum products.

Aspenn Alerts: Tick Control in Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320

The city of Coatesville in Chester County has a population close to 14,000. This city is diverse and dense, best known for the local steel company. There are many historic places, fields, lakes and small wooded areas around the city.

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