Check out today's highlights from around the region, and click on the link to read the full article.
: The Philadelphia Police Department Northeast Detective Division needs the public's assistance in identifying two suspects observed in a surveillance video. The two unknown males in the video forced entry into a rear door of a residential property not far from Bensalem, on the 9200 block of Masland Street in Northeast Philadelphia. For the full story and to see the video, visit Bensalem Patch.
: Bristol Township Police reported that a vandal shot BB gun pellets into the rear window of a van parked at Stonybrook Drive in Levittown, causing roughly $500 in damage. Read more about this and other crimes in the police blotter on Levittown Patch.
: Warminster's first hookah bar—Blue Eye Hookah Bar—opened in November 2011. The business is owned and operated by a young entrepreneur and William Tennent graduate Bilal Aledlbi. For more on the small business visit Warminster Patch.
: Neshaminy Federation of Teachers President Louise Boyd prevailed in a harassment charge challenge from the Neshaminy School District this week. The "battle" began in September 2010 when the school district alleged that Boyd harassed a high school teacher who declined to honor the union’s “work to contract” action and participated in the district’s “Back To School Night” program. Learn more about the harassment charge on Lower Southampton Patch.
: Southampton's Environmental Tectonics Corporation now offers an advanced two-day training course at the NASTAR Center. For more information on the new space training course, visit Upper Southampton Patch.
: Nominate a woman who you think is making a difference in the workplace or community to be honored at the YWCA's 21st Annual Salute to Women Who Make a Difference Awards Dinner. The event will take place on May 10, at Spring Mill Manor. Learn more about the nomination process and the dinner on Northampton Patch.
Newtown Elementary School’s cafeteria is in the process of undergoing a beautification project thanks to the leadership of art teacher Donna Farrell. The project, which combines mosaic clay art with painted murals, began with the school’s sixth graders making a personal shield to be hung in the cafeteria entranceway, and will be complete by June. Learn more about the art project on Newtown patch.