Regional Roundup: Council Rock Threats Still Under Investigation
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Police Continue to Investigate Council Rock South Threats Police have not yet made a final determination on whether additional charges will be filed in the case involving threats of violence by a 14-year-old Council Rock South student. Get the latest on the case at Newtown Patch.
Tamenend Park Hosting Owl Prowl This Month Explore the mysterious nighttime world of owls with a local naturalist. Learn how to call for owls and listen for their replies. Learn more about the event at Upper Southampton Patch.
Who's Hiring in Huntingdon Valley? If you live nearby and looking for employment, check out what jobs were recently posted on Craigslist. Read more about the jobs at Lower Moreland Patch.
Animal Angel Campaign Collects more than $1,500 in Supplies for Homeless Pets at Area Shelters Local animal lovers showed their concern for homeless dogs and cats this holiday season by donating more than $1,500 worth of food, supplies, toys and treats to Best Friends Pet Care’s annual Animal Angel Tree campaign. Read more about the successful program at Upper Moreland Patch.
Murky Year Ahead for Warminster Parks and Rec The loss of the WREC Center and a revenue reduction in the 2013 budget has the Parks and Recreation Department staff working to do more with less. Read about the department's struggles at Warminster Patch.
Truman High School 'All Clear' Following Bomb Threat After receiving a bomb threat, Truman High School was searched Wednesday night and deemed "all clear" for students to return to class Thursday. Get more info at Levittown Patch.
Health Inspections: Is Your Favorite Restaurant Clean? The Department of Health inspected 11 food establishments in Bensalem between Dec. 27-31, nine of which had code violations. Find out how which ones had violations at Bensalem Patch.
Township's 'Buckle Up' Campaign a Success Northampton Township Police Department dedicated 23 patrol hours to the Anti-Aggressive Driving/Buckle Up Campaign. Read more about the program at Northampton Patch.
Gross' Gourmet Marks New Year in New Location The longtime Doylestown staple has a new home on South Main Street. Check out the restaurant's new features at Doylestown Patch.
NFT Does Not Vote on 'Final Offer;' Urges Board to Continue Talks The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers did not vote on the school board's "final offer" Tuesday night, but union members want to continue negotiating with the board on remaining issues. Keep following Lower Southampton Patch for the latest on the teacher negotiations.
No Timetable for Hatboro Firehouse Completion Despite a contractor being more than 16 months behind on Enterprise Fire Company's roughly $900,000 expansion, Hatboro officials told Patch that they have "no time table" for its anticipated completion. Get more info about the construction at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.