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Car Crashes into AT&T Store: A gray Honda Civic crashed into the front of the AT&T store in the Goodnoe’s Corner shopping center at the corner of Durham Road and Sycamore Street. See the photo and more on Newtown Patch.
School Board Meeting Ends in Angry Exchange: Six months worth of anger and frustration erupted Tuesday night as a Central Bucks School Board meeting ended with raised voices, emotional statements and one audience member walking out. Read that story and more on Doylestown.
Levittown Workers Rally To Raise Minimum Wage: Community members and minimum wage workers gathered at the Levittown Town Center on Tuesday to call for their member of Congress, Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 per hour. Check out this story and more on Levittown Patch.
Former Cross Country Coach Waives Hearing in Corruption of Minor Case: William Ryan Lichtner is accused of supplying vodka to a 17-year-old Hatboro-Horsham High School athlete on multiple occasions. See more local news on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Bensalem police arrest two men who had gun with altered seriel number: Two Philly men face charges and were sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $70,000 bail each. Read more on Bensalem Patch.
Warminster Agrees to Join Pilot Text Program: The township has enrolled in the emergency alert provider—Nixle.com—that will help law enforcement and emergency management services inform the public of any immediate dangers or situations. Read more local news on Warminster Patch.
United Way Adds App to Help County Residents: United Way of Bucks County unveiled a human services phone app at an event that garnered a spot on one of the Internet's most popular social media websites. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
Homes Sold in Lower Bucks County: See the highest closing price on recently homes sold in the area. Read that and more on Lower Southampton Patch.