Regional Roundup: Community Rallies Against Mobile Home Plan
Some Newtown residents mobilize to oppose a mobile home park, a new coffeeshop opens in Hatboro and an elementary school is vandalized, among top stories today.
Newtown Neighbors Mobilizing Against Mobile Home Park Residents of the Newtown Walk community are banding together to stop the proposal and Headly's board is hosting local officials tonight to discuss the project. Read more about the plan at Newtown Patch.
Hatboro Coffeehouse Opens Maine Star Coffee opened Tuesday on Jacksonville Road in Hatboro. Read about the owner at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Holland Elementary Vandalized The Northampton Police Department received a complaint on Wednesday, Jan. 2 that sometime over the preceding days, someone damaged the lights and siding at the school's entrance. Read more about the damage at Northampton Patch.
Troopers Report 'Propulsion of Missiles into Vehicle' The owner of a 2011 Ford Fusion told police he was driving south on SR 95 when he heard a loud bang. The driver exited at Street Road to look over his vehicle, noticed the sunroof of his vehicle was shattered and called the police. Read more about the incident at Bensalem Patch.
Van Overturns into Queen Ann Creek in Levittown Just after 11 p.m. Monday night, residents reported hearing a loud bang near their homes on Levittown Patch's Facebook page. The loud bang they heard was a van that overturned into Queen Ann Creek at New Falls Road & Indian Creek Drive in Levittown. Check out photos of the accident at Levittown Patch.
Warminster Supervisors Retain Same Leadership for 2013 The Warminster Township Board of Supervisors met for its annual reorganization meeting Thursday evening. Read more about the meeting at Warminster Patch.
Latest Department of Health Inspections in Southampton The Bucks County Department of Health recently inspected four establishments in Southampton.Check to see which restaurants were reviewed at Upper Southampton Patch.