Regional Roundup: Neshaminy Board Holds First Post-Picket Line Meeting
Hatboro residents got their first look at a proposed Wawa.
Here are some highlights from our area.
Neshaminy Board Meets Tonight: In the first meeting since teachers left the picket line, the board will consider a preliminary 2012-13 budget. Meanwhile, folks are still talking about the contract impasse.
Hatboro Hears Wawa Plan: If a second Wawa comes to Hatboro, the Old Mill Inn would be preserved “as-is,” but the neighboring Spa Escape building, as well as a vacant former nursing home, would be demolished, officials announced Monday.
Film Featuring Tennet Grad Grabs Oscar Nomination: Former Warminster resident Mike Vogel can be seen in The Help. Upper Southampton Police Report Fraud: The police blotter also included someone being cited for harassment.
Suspect Tied to Five Burglaries: The suspect arrested recently on suspicion of a burglary in Doylestown has since been tied to four more.
Bristol Man Wanted in Five Armed Robberies Arrested: Brsitol Township Police said an 18-year-old Bristol man, wanted for five armed robberies, was arrested on a bench warrant. Mack Mitchell was wanted by Edison Police Department in New Jersey in connection to the robberies, according to police.
Bensalem Police Make Arrests: Monday’s activity included 10 being charged with underage drinking.
Woman Charged with Stealing from Tip Jar: Doylestown Township police also reported a DUI and retail theft.
Developer Releases Sketch of Piazza: Developer Allan Smith has three proposals on the table for the former Stockburger Chevrolet site. One of them, which is not currently being considered by Newtown Borough Council, features this public piazza.
Newtown Twp. to Consider Variances for Cafe: The Corner Bakery Cafe, which received conditional use approval from the Newtown Township Supervisors in October, is seeking variances for signage and impervious surface requirements.
Bensalem Mayor Addresses Businessmen: He talked about the state of the township and the growth of the Bensalem Business Association.
St. Bede's Holds Walk for Life: The Walk began after a prayer service in the gym and was closed with a solemn rosary being prayed in the Church, followed by a short rally.