Regional Roundup: Business Coming to Hatboro

A William Tennent senior turned a photograph into scholarship money.

Here are some highlights from our region.

: The Taubs didn't ask for the devastation they've endured for the past year and a half after husband and father Mike Taub was in a serious car accident, but an event this weekend will help them overcome some of the financial burden.

: Samantha Scheer, a senior at  in Warminster has been chosen as the top winner in the student portion of the 20th annual Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition in New Hope.

: Aaron’s - a chain store specializing in lease-to-own office furniture, electronics and home appliances - is planning to set up shop in the former Big Marty’s carpet store at 317 S. York Road.

: Lower Southampton police also reported public drunkenness.

: A vandal damaged a car in Levittown.

: the college will host a free open house for prospective students and their parents on March 28.

: Learn about the lives of the Doylestownians who lived - and died - here, and helped make Doylestown the town it is today.


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