Week in Review: Top Stories from July 23 to 29
Catch up on the news you may have missed this week.
Is Your Favorite Restaurant Clean?: The Department of Health conducted inspections of area restaurants, some of which had violations. Find out how your favorite restaurants fared.
Wawa Employee Struck in Face with Carton of Milk: An employee of Wawa reported having been assaulted by a customer on Thursday, July 19, according to a recent police blotter. The customer allegedly became angry after the clerk and victim confronted the customer for not wearing shoes in the store. The customer then threw a half gallon of milk at the clerk, striking him in the face, according to police reports.
West Nile Virus Found in Northampton: Mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile Virus have now been found in Northampton and other areas of Bucks County, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Other affected Bucks County areas include, as well as 14 other municipalities across Pennsylvania, including ten Montgomery County communities.
Police Cite 4 Teens for Underage Drinking: Detailed in a recent police blotter, the Northampton Township Poice Department reported three separate incidents where four teenagers were cited for underage drinking.
Community Honors Recently Deployed Army Ranger Terrence McGovern: As part of the flag presentation program, Terrence McGovern's family honored him by placing an Army Ranger flag in the township's display.