Regional Roundup: Bucks County to Trade Gift Cards for Guns
Patch's daily roundup of the news making headlines around the region.
Here's a look at what's happening around our area:
Bucks County Trading Gift Cards For Guns: Bristol Township is using $25,000 in casino grant revenue to try to make the streets of the community safer by buying unwanted guns. Get the details on Levittown Patch.
UPDATED: Crews Battle Horsham Blaze: A fire in a three-story building broke out Tuesday afternoon. Read the full story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Wawa Employee Struck in Face with Carton of Milk: Police responded to a reported assault at Wawa, according to a recent police blotter. Read all about this and other incidents in Northampton on Northampton Patch.
Warminster Teen Wins Scholarship To School of Rock Doylestown: The scholarship will provide Dominic Estrada with the opportunity to take part in a four-month season of the School’s Performance Program. Get all of the details on Warminster Patch.
How Safe is the Place You Eat?: The Bucks County Department of Health recently inspected establishments in Lower Southampton. Read all about it on Lower Southampton Patch.
Commissioners Lead Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at Ridgway Park: New playground equipment was installed and Lower Moreland officials were on hand to unveil it. Read about this and other local stories on Lower Moreland Patch.
Former Willow Grove Resident Named Nonprofit Marketer of Year: Anne Marie Dougherty was recently honored for her work in building Family Foundation into a multimillion-dollar national nonprofit. Get the details on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.
Newtown Girls Hope to Continue Charity Effort: Dona Lisciotto and Emma Lambert-Waldmann hope to continue to be able to make dresses for needy girls around the world. Check out the full story on Newtown Patch.
CB East Grad Weighs in on Penn State Punishments: Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott played football in State College during the period of wins the NCAA just voided from Joe Paterno’s record.