Regional Roundup: PECO Works to Fix Overheating Meters
Read this and other headlines from around the region.
PECO Continues Work to Resolve Overheating Meter Problems: Installation of new smart meters has not yet resumed and the utility is continuing to investigate several fires linked to the meters. Read more on Newtown Patch.
What Should Replace the Old Giuseppe's?: Now that Giuseppe's Restaurant has made its move down the street, the old location at the Warminster Square shopping center is available for lease. Make a suggestion on Warminster Patch.
Lab Director to Serve Time for False Water Tests: Michael J. McKenna was sentenced to nine months in prison in part for submitting false and fraudulent environmental test reports to the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority. Read more on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.
School Board to Consider Sending Construction Plans to the State: The Neshaminy School Board will consider approving initial plans to send to the state in hopes of receiving funding for construction. Read more on Lower Southampton and Levittown Patches.
Dolphin Swim Club Closes for the Season: Lower Southampton's Dolphin Swim Club closed for the season despite hopes of remaining open through September. Find out more on Lower Southampton Patch.
Help Wanted: Stone World, Michael’s, Mealey’s: Looking for a job? These Bensalem-based businesses are hiring. See more on Bensalem Patch.
Southampton Dance School Awards Three Scholarships: Elements Dance Factory awarded scholarships in honor of a former student who lost her battle with leukemia. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
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