Video: Bensalem Police Search for Gas Station Robber: Police are looking for a man who robbed a local gas station and was caught on surveillance video. Watch the video and read more about the robbery on Bensalem Patch.
Newtown Hardware House Set to Close: The Newtown Borough staple is set to close after more than 100 years in operation. Read more on Newtown Patch.
Beer Bought at M.O.M.'s for Slain Plymouth Officer: A friend of Brad Fox's bought him a beer Monday night, and it sat in front of an empty bar stool at the Doylestown bar all night. Read more on Doylestown Patch.
Pa. Voter ID Ruling Puts Burden on Commonwealth: Tuesday's Pa. Supreme Court ruling on a challenge to the Voter ID law now puts the burden on the commonwealth to prove that no voters will be disenfranchised by the photo ID requirement. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
Supervisors to Discuss Rails to Trails Project: Northampton Township's Board of Supervisors will meet tonight for its monthly meeting. The rails to trails project that has sparked much conversation through the township and neighboring areas is on the agenda. See other agenda items on Northampton Patch.
Upper Moreland Arrests: Controlled Substance Dealer, Retail Theft, More: The Upper Moreland Police Department released its latest update on arrests made in the township. Get the details on Upper Moreland Patch.
Lower Moreland Lions Shut Out by Pennington: The Lions were on the road last Saturday in a non-league affair against Pennington Prep. Coming off a convincing win the week prior, the Lions were confident heading into the game. While the defense turned in an outstanding effort for the Lions, the offense was just not there in an 18-0 defeat. Read more about the game on Lower Moreland Patch.
Man Moves Surveillance Camera Before Stealing from Giant: A complainant at Giant said men's razors were stolen from the shelf. They discovered that the surveillance camera that covers where the men's razors are located had been moved to point in a different direction. Read this and arrest information on Lower Southampton Patch.
Hatboro Council Discusses Going Paperless: Using iPads or laptops to store borough documents could save Hatboro $800 to $1,000 a year in printing costs, an official said. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.