In case you missed it, here are some of the stories featured on Lower Southampton Patch this week:
A 24-year-old Philadelphia man was arrested and charged with DUI and several other offenses after an early-morning incident in Lower Southampton on Saturday.
At Tuesday night’s school board meeting, Neshaminy School District taxpayer Charles Alfonso proposed turning all of the district’s schools over to MaST Charter School.
Vigil Held For Neshaminy Student Critically Injured in Crash
Dozens of people descended upon Our Lady of Grace in Penndel for a prayer service held for borough resident and Neshaminy High School sophomore Matt Cruz.
Two suspects broke into Mink Restaurant & Lounge on Bustleton Pike at 2:00 a.m. last week and made off with hundreds of dollars in cash, alcohol and video games.
Pearl S. Buck International Hosts Special Needs Family Day
Parents, siblings and friends of children with special needs are invited to the first Special Needs Family Day at Pearl S. Buck International on February 24.