Patchcast: Humanitarian Teacher, Community Rallies, Airman Welcomed

A roundup of the region's major developments for March 24.

Closed Pineville Road Bridge at Issue: The bridge is set to be rebuilt next year at a cost of $1.2 million. Residents raised questions about its design to Buckingham supervisors.

Warminster Supervisors Consider Firing Cop: Police Chief Michael Murphy will request approval for the action during Thursday's meeting. The terminated officer will be one of two possible candidates.

Theft Suspect Headed Back to Montgomery County: The Hatboro man accused of stealing a diamond ring is in custody in Baltimore County, Md. He will likely be moved back to the area later this week. 

Stackpole Teacher Joins Medical Mission: This summer, Fourth Grade Teacher Stephanie Badulak will make her annual humanitarian pilgrimage to El Salvador. Along with her husband, Badulak has made the trip for seven years to provide medical care and supplies.

Businesses, Officials Rally Against Project: Impending Route 413 reconstruction project stirred heated debate at the Bristol Township Business Coalition meeting. The proposed renovations would take seven months and likely impacted businesses along the route. 

Northampton Airman Welcomed Home: Shawn Lundy didn't expect the welcome he received last night at the Board of Supervisors meeting. The Airforce First Class Airman returned home from his tour in Qatar and will be leaving again for Germany at the end of the month.



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