Charges Against Tennent Choral Director Upheld by District Court Tyrone Dinkins will be arraigned in Doylestown on Nov. 2. He has been remanded to the Bucks County Correctional Facility. Read about his preliminary hearing at Warminster Patch.
SEC Charges Southampton-Based Broker with Defrauding Clients The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a complaint alleging David Rothman, vice president of Rothman Securities, Inc., defrauded several clients out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Read more about the charges at Upper Southampton Patch.
SAT Scores Earn Central Bucks Schools Spots in Top 20 All three Central Bucks School District high schools earned spots among the top 20 high schools in southeast Pennsylvania according to rankings released this week. Find out where they ranked at Doylestown Patch.
As a whole, Council Rock School District made adequate yearly progress in 2012, but a few schools within the district have been placed on warning status by the Pennsylvania Department of Education as not enough students demonstrated grade-level proficiency. Get more info at Northampton Patch.
Township OKs NAC Liquor License The health club is seeking to serve alcohol once its outdoor aquatics facility opens in 2013. Read more about the decision at Newtown Patch.
State Police Investigate DUI Crash A two-vehicle crash occurred on I-95 in Bensalem and one driver was charged with DUI. Find out more about the incident at Bensalem Patch.
Best Friends Open Crossfit Gym in Feasterville Crossfit Lifeforce located on Pennsylvania Boulevard will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday. Read more about the new gym at Lower Southampton Patch.
Visitor Asked to Leave Manor Care for his Behavior The Lower Moreland Police Department received a call from the manager at Manor Care to report that Joseph Katz, 56, of Philadelphia was being aggressive with the staff and directing vulgar language towards them while visiting a significant other. Get more info about the incident at Lower Moreland Patch.
Sewer Authority Raises Rates on Customers Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority customers will incur either a $15 or $20 per quarter service charge beginning in February. Read more about the rate change at Upper Moreland Patch.
$30 Theft Lands Woman Behind Bars Video surveillance allegedly caught a 22-year-old woman take a donation from the Union Library of Hatboro. Read more about the incident at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.