Regional Roundup: 94-Year-Old Driver Sends Parked Car into Home
And see how your favorite Newtown restaurants fared in last month's health inspection.
Northampton Police Blotter Includes Vandalism, Thefts, Criminal Mischief: Northampton Township Police released recent crime information including seven thefts, three incidents of criminal mischief, three acts of vandalism and more.See all of the reported crimes on Northampton Patch.
Elderly Driver Sends Parked Car into Home: Rescue workers extricated 94-year-old Stanley Stevens from his car after he struck a car parked in a driveway on Willopenn Drive with such force, it bounced off of the house before coming to rest approximately 40 feet from where it was originally parked. See photos and get the whole story on Upper Southampton Patch.
Department of Health Inspects Newtown Restaurants: The Bucks County Department of Health conducted inspections of 21 food-service establishments in Newtown in March. Find out how your favorites fared on Newtown Patch.
Police: Thief Strips Copper From AC Unit, Causes $6K In Damages: Bristol Township Police said a thief damaged an HVAC air conditioning unit from a building on Crabtree Drive in Levittown. The thief stripped the unit it of its copper, which caused roughly $6,000 in damage. Read more crimes reported in the police blotter on Levittown Patch.
Grand Opening of New Blo/Out Blow Dry Bar is Friday: Huntingdon Valley's new niche salon only shampoos, drys and styles hair. Though Blo/Out has been opened for about a month, it was only a soft opening, and the salon will have its official grand opening debut on Friday, April 13. Learn more about the grand opening events on Lower Moreland Patch.
Bensalem Lawn Care Business Took Root at Early Age: Brian Landis was 11 or 12 when he started cutting his neighbor's lawn on Williamson Court, but now he manicures 19 of the 30 lawns on the block along with about 60 others throughout lower Bucks. Read more on Bensalem Patch.
Ivyland Country Store Remains Community Staple Since 1874: Though the country store has gone through many owners, it is still known for its old fashioned country style and the independent deli atmosphere. Learn more about the Country Store on Warminster Patch.
School Board Responds to NFT Consortium Concerns: The Neshaminy School District will negotiate a stipulation for the health care consortium that allows the consortium two years to prove its effectiveness, Neshaminy's School Board President said Thursday. Read more about the consortium on Lower Southampton Patch.
H-H Presents 'Legally Blonde: The Musical': Starting tonight at 7:30 p.m., Hatboro-Horsham High School will debut its spring musical, "Legally Blonde." The show runs through Saturday and features a cast of about 70 students. See photos and learn more about the show on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.