Regional Roundup: Cross-Dressing Perp Takes 3 Hits from Taser
Here are today's top stories from around the region.
Cross-Dressing Perp Takes 3 Hits from Taser A 22-year-old Philadelphia man was arrested after a wild incident in Morrisville that required the aid of Falls and Bristol police. Find out more about the altercation at Levittown Patch.
Man Charged in Fatal Route 1 Racing Crash Aurelio Xhepaj, of Philadelphia, was charged with vehicular homicide Tuesday in connection to a fatal Labor Day crash. Read more about the charges at Bensalem Patch.
Montgomery County Student Diagnosed With E. coli The student was diagnosed with a powerful strain of the bacteria after visiting a local farm. Read more about the incident at Lower Moreland Patch.
NSB Approves Administrators' New Contract With No Salary Increases The Neshaminy School Board unanimously approved the district administrators' new contract Tuesday night. See more about the deal at Lower Southampton Patch.
Bank Donates $222,222 to Educational Foundations, Community Groups The recipients of the educational funding are the Centennial Education Foundation, CB Cares, the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation, the Upper Moreland Educational Foundation, and The Union Library of Hatboro. Get more info about the donation at Upper Moreland Patch.
Advertising Program Proposed for Centennial Schools Initiated by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit, the partnership has the potential to generate between $80,000 and $160,000 of revenue for the district. Read more about the possible program at Upper Southampton Patch.
Hatboro Baker Lets Them Eat Cake Ciao Bella Cakes is the creation of Stefanie Kitchner, who specializes in crafting artistic desserts. Check out what the bakery has to offer at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Declining Enrollment Won't Force Redistricting The number of children in the Central Bucks School District is on the decline, school officials said Tuesday, with implications for future teaching jobs, class sizes and school populations. Read more about what the officials said at Doylestown Patch.