Large Romney Sign Vandalized with '47%': A large sign in Wrightstown supporting Republican Mitt Romney for president was spray painted sometime overnight. Visit Newtown Patch to read more about the vandalism.
: A mother and her two children were rescued from their Richboro home late Tuesday night after a neighbor reported seeing flames coming from the house, according to the Northampton Township fire chief. Read more about the fire at Northampton Patch.
Traffic Restrictions on Easton Road to Last Until End of Month: Daytime construction work to periodically impact travel where the PA Turnpike (I-276) crosses Easton Road. Read more about the project on Upper Moreland Patch.
Township Supervisors Seek Solution to Street Road Traffic: Warminster traffic engineers hope to improve the timing software on traffic lights along the corridor before the County Line Road water main project sends even more vehicles to Street Road. Get more details on Warminster Patch.
: Superintendent Kevin J. McHugh told parents gathered at a town hall meeting at Falls Township’s Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary School that Pennsbury is planning to redistrict. Read more about the plans at Levittown Patch.
Night of Thanks at School Board Meeting: Centennial School District bus drivers and a retiring staff member were recognized for their hard work and dedication Tuesday evening. Get more info at Upper Southampton Patch.
: Bensalem police Monday cited three teens for disorderly conduct and using tobacco at the high school. Read more about the incident at Bensalem Patch.
Two Bustleton Pike Businesses Burglarized: Two Feasterville businesses located next to each other on Bustleton Pike were burglarized last Thursday, as reported by Lower Southampton Police. Get more details about the crimes at Lower Southampton Patch.
Lower Moreland Football Drops Tough One to Bristol: Last Saturday afternoon the Lower Moreland Lions played the Bristol Warriors in a highly anticipated gamefeaturing the best offense in the league (Bristol) against the league's best defense in Lower Moreland. Get highlights from the game at Lower Moreland Patch.
Hatboro Officials: No Plan to Dismantle Clock Tower: Until the Millbrook Society raises the anticipated $35,000 to restore the 200-year-old clock atop Hatboro Borough Hall, it will not be taken apart. Read more about the restoration efforts at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Central Bucks Settles First Assessment Appeal: The Central Bucks School District on Tuesday approved a settlement with a Warrington apartment complex that will net the district increased property tax revenue. Learn more about the agreement at Doylestown Patch.