Regional Roundup: Newtown Theatre to Host Fundraising Gala
Check out these local headlines on area Patch sites.
Newtown Theatre to Host Fundraising Gala: The "Let's Get Digital...Digital" gala will be held this Saturday to help raise funds for a new digital projector. A portion of North State Street will be closed for the function. Visit Newtown Patch for more.
Police Arrest Chair-Throwing Bank Robber at McDonald’s: A homeless man allegedly robbed a Bensalem bank and then threw chairs at officers that were attempting to apprehend him at a McDonald’s restaurant. Visit Bensalem Patch for more.
Truck Broken Into on John Kennedy Ford Parking Lot: Incidents and arrests as reported by the Lower Southampton Police Department. Visit Lower Southampton Patch for more.
A Fair First Week of Fall: Crisp mornings and warm afternoons are in store this week. Visit Upper Southampton Patch for more.
Man Beaten, Hit With Guitar in Bristol: Police are looking for a 31-year-old Levittown man in connection with the Bristol Borough attack. Visit Levittown Patch for more.
Honor & Courage: A New Program Benefits Our Wounded Heroes: Operation Ward 57 also found it fitting to launch their newest program that supports our Heroes who have been wounded fighting in the war on terror on September 11th. Visit Warminster Patch for more.
Vacancy: Hatboro Office Space: What would you like to see fill this North York Road office complex. Visit Horsham Patch for more.
Upper Moreland Library Hosting Read-A-Thon, Medicare Info Session: Visit the Upper Moreland Free Public Library for some great events. Visit Upper Moreland Patch for more.
Lower Moreland Field Hockey Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer: The LM field hockey team will host a Play 4 the Cure fundraiser during its game on Oct. 4. Visit Lower Moreland Patch for more.
Former Mayor William E. Neis Dies at Age 93: A lifelong resident of Doylestown, Neis was the longest serving mayor in borough history. Visit Doylestown Patch for more.