Regional Roundup: Police Look for Masked Subject in Newtown
Today's top headlines across the region.
Police Look for Masked Subject in Newtown Township: Police Tuesday night asked residents for more information on a man acting strange and wearing a mask in Newtown Township. Visit Newtown Patch for more information on the subject.
Video: Allyson Schwartz Talks Medicare in DNC Address: U.S. Representative Allyson Schwartz (D-13) addressed the Democratic National Convention last night, as part of a group of current and hopeful Democratic congresswoman. View a video and read a transcript of her speech on Lower Moreland Patch.
First Day of School Ends Slowly at Davis: Parents remained positive during Tuesday's dismissal at Davis Elementary School, even though most waited more than 30 minutes to pick up their child. Read why dismissal was so slow on Upper Southampton Patch.
What Should Go Here?: A former dry cleaners on the corner of Street and Mearns roads in Warminster closed and is available for rental by any interested new tenants. Comment on what should go in this building on Warminster Patch.
Police Make Two Outstanding Warrant Arrests: Linda Marie Gambardello and Thomas Carmen Burke were arrested by Bensalem Police Tuesday, Sept. 4 on outstanding warrants. Read more about the arrests on Bensalem Patch.
Bristol School District Warns Parents of New Bus Schedule: The district cut the number of bus stops by two-thirds and also reduced the number of buses in route to save the district money. Parents said buses are overcrowded, run late and students with special needs haven't been accommodated. Find out how much the district pays for transportation on Levittown Patch.
School's Back for Neshaminy Students: Today was Neshaminy School District's first day of school. Upload your child's first day of school pictures to Lower Southampton Patch.
Upper Moreland Education Foundation Seeks Board of Directors: The Upper Moreland Education Foundation is seeking interested parties to serve on its board of directors. Find details of what the foundation does on Upper Moreland Patch.
Catholic School Parents Demand Busing Transfer Fix: About a dozen parents of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School students requested that the Hatboro-Horsham School District ensure faster routes home for their kids. Read what parents had to say on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
How Safe is That Place You Eat?: Several Doylestown-area establishments were recently inspected by the Bucks County Department of Health. See what turned up in those inspections on Doylestown Patch.