Regional Roundup: Fire In Huntingdon Valley Friday Morning
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Fire in Huntingdon Valley Friday Morning: A structure fire was reported early this morning in Huntingdon Valley. According to Willow Grove Volunteer Fire Chief Lee Perlmutter, the call went out at 7:51 a.m. for a outside garage on the property of 1601 Huntingdon Road. Get the details on Lower Moreland Patch.
Suspected Paraphernalia Explains 'Bulge' Near Breast:Yes, Lower Southampton police were looking at 29-year-old Tara Mancuso’s chest Wednesday evening. Read the scoop on Lower Southampton Patch.
Modell's Assists Warminster Baseball, Soccer Teams with Donation: Representatives from Modell's Sporting Goods presented a $2,000 donation to the teams at the Warminster store to help replace the equipment lost in a storage shed fire at Munro Park last weekend. Get the details on Warminster Patch.
Falls Township Summer Concert Series Continues Sunday: The free event is open to the general public. Read more on Levittown Patch.
Northampton Township to Begin Repairing Manholes July 2: A company will begin working on manholes around the township beginning on Monday, July 2. Get the details on Northampton Patch.
Several Southampton Streets Set for Repaving this Summer: The Upper Southampton Board of Supervisors recently awarded a contract for the milling of several township streets. Get the details on Upper Southampton Patch.
Hatboro-Horsham Schools Stand to Gain More State Funding: A bipartisan majority has supported a final state budget that ups school district funding by nearly 15 percent for Hatboro-Horsham School District. Get the details on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
New Pub Set to Open in Upper Southampton: Steam Pub is set to open July 2. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
Newtown Genuardi's Store Closing Sale Starts Saturday: Genuardi's is holding a store closing sale starting Saturday and going through Thursday, when its doors will shut for good at 6 p.m. The store will become a McCaffrey's by mid July. Catch the full story of Newtown Patch.