Regional Roundup: Trevose Beer Burglary Suspect Believed to be Bensalem, Philadelphia Suspect
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Trevose Beer Burglary Suspect Believed to be Bensalem, Philadelphia Suspect: Surveillance cameras in the Trevose Square Shopping Center and Trevose Beer Store caught a suspect breaking into Trevose Beer in the early morning hours of Saturday, Aug. 11. Lower Southampton Police believe that the suspect is the same suspect involved in recent Bensalem and Philadelphia burglaries. Get the whole story on Lower Southampton Patch.
This Was Southampton: Week of Aug. 12, 1959: Take a glimpse into the past with This Was Southampton. See photos and read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
Doylestown Great-Grandmother to Continue Fight Against Voter ID Law: Joyce Block, 90, was part of the lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law and said she isn’t giving up, even after a state court upheld the law. Read the full story on Doylestown Patch.
Friends School Receives $100,000 Anonymous Gift: The Newtown Friends School recently received a large gift that will benefit the highly-recognized school. See a photo and read the article on Newtown Patch.
Bristol Township's Community Day Set for Saturday: The third annual Bristol Township Community Day begins Saturday at 4 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. with fireworks. Get the details on Levittown Patch.
Hatboro-Horsham Considers Sponsorships, Naming Rights: The Hatboro-Horsham School Board may approve an agreement at its Aug. 20 meeting that would allow commercial businesses to advertise on district property or printed materials, or sponsor school events. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Propane Truck Overturned on Jacksonville Road: The driver of the car, a Falls Township police officer, was sent to St. Mary Medical Center with head injuries. Read more on Warminster and Northampton Patch.
Castor, Richards React to Voter ID Law Decision: Montgomery County Commissioners Bruce Castor and Leslie Richards react to the news that Judge Robert Simpson has upheld Pennsylvania's Voter ID Law. Watch the video on Lower Moreland Patch.
Upper Moreland Students Awarded Scholarship: Kudos to Upper Moreland High School graduates R. Calvin Wiley and Taylor Woodman who were recipients of the Upper Moreland Township Police Benevolent Association Scholarship presented by Sergeant Mark Drakeley and Officer Scott S. Metheny. Read more on Upper Moreland Patch.