Regional Roundup: Prom Attendees Cited for Liquor Law Violations
And Upper Southampton's Township manager tries to address concerns about the change in trash collection dates.
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Prom Attendees Cited for Liquor Law Violations: Four Doylestown teens who reeked of alcoholic beverages at CB West's prom, according to prom chaperones, were cited for drinking by Northampton police Friday night. Get the details on Northampton Patch.
Township Manager Responds to Residents Trash Concerns: In a Letter to the Editor, Upper Southampton Township Manager Joe Golden responds to residents concerns regarding the change in trash collection dates. To read the letter and voice your opinion, visit Upper Southampton Patch.
School District Announces Employee Wrongdoing: The Bensalem School District announced today that certain employees in its facilities department falsified time records and collected wages that they did not earn or deserve, according to the district superintendent. Learn more about the wrongdoing on Bensalem Patch.
Construction Underway for Handicap Accessible Sidewalks: New handicap accessible sidewalks and street crossings are being installed on the Lower Moreland and Upper Southampton sides of Second Street Pike and County Line Road. See photos on Lower Moreland Patch.
Fire Chief Suspended Amid State Investigations: Newtown Fire Association Chief Andy Errico Sr. has been suspended pending the outcome of two investigations by the Department of Environmental Resources and the Department of Labor and Industry. Get the whole story on Newtown Patch.
Warminster Park to get 300 New Trees: Much of Warminster Community Park’s nearly three miles of walking trails are treeless, but that’s about to change according to officials from Warminster Township and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. This fall, 300 trees will be planted along the walking trails at the park. Get all the details on Warminster Patch.
Chamber to Hold Seminar for Businesswomen: The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce will hold a seminar especially for businesswomen—"Put Your Best High Heel Forward"—on May 15. Learn about the presenters and keynote speaker on Levittown Patch.