Week in Review: Top Stories from Oct. 1 - 7
Were you too busy this week to keep up with the news? Here's the top stories from this week.
Facebook Fighting Enhances Bullying in Schools: Cyber bullying hasn't replaced "traditional" bullying in the hallways. It's enhanced it, school counselors say. Is Bullying a Problem in Council Rock Schools?
Valley of Fear Rises from the Ashes for Grand Opening: After a devastating fire in August, Feasterville's Valley of Fear is ready to make people scream with fright this Halloween season.
Family: Missing Man May Have Had a Stroke: Michael Naylon, 65, has been missing since Friday, Oct. 5, walking down Route 413 towards Newtown from Worthington Mill Road. He was then spotted at PetSmart.
South Amps Up Cleaning to Avoid Impetigo Break Outs: The school district also consulted with the Bucks County Board of Health to ensure proper cleaning procedures and protocols were being followed.
School Board to Clarify Policy to Ban Guns at Meetings: “For the last year, I have felt unsafe sitting at this dais,” Council Rock School Board member Bernadette Heenan said Thursday. The school board will review district policy to include language that restricts anyone from bringing a gun to the Chancellor Center, where the meetings are held.