Patchcast: Centennial Deal, Family Wants Answers, Rep. Holds Town Hall

Here's a roundup of the day's major events for April 21, 2011.

Communities Take Wait-And-See Stance on Runway: Warminster and Montgomery Township officials approved resolutions supporting Horsham's effort to permanently shut down the air base's runway, but most municipalities are simply watching.

Fundraising Effort Rewarded: A Penn Valley elementary teacher won a Pizza party for her class, complete with an edible Falcon. Second grade teacher Mary Johnston won a pizza party for her efforts in raising money for Pennsbury School District’s United Way Drive last fall. 

Family in Limbo: The family of Sheree Maillie, who died in an auto accident on Woodbourne Road on Dec. 23, says they want answers as to why the man charged in her death was able to flee the country.   

Rep. Petri Holds Town Hall: Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks) took two hours last night to explain the proposed state budget and take community questions.  

Covered Bridge in New Britain Set for RepairsDetour signs will be posted two weeks before the bridge is closed for construction. 

Centennial Teachers, District Strike Deal:Centennial School District has extended a tentative contract offer to its teachers and it appears the teachers like what they see. Now, the question is will the Centennial School Board like what it sees and vote to adopt the agreement Tuesday evening.     


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