Regional Roundup: Local BBQ Experts Head to National Competition
Read today's top headlines from the Bucks and Montgomery County region.
Local Barbecue Experts Head to Arkansas for National Competition: The Warminster-based BBQ Guru Cook-Off team will compete against 50 other teams in the Sam's Club National BBQ Championship. Read more about the competition on Warminster Patch.
Doylestown Tackling Budget Deficit: Borough council members will meet tonight to discuss next year's budget, which does not bring in enough money to cover recommended expenses. Read more about the budget on Doylestown Patch.
NFT Rejects School Board's 'Council Rock' Proposal: According to school board President Ritchie Webb, it became apparent in Wednesday night's negotiation session that the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers have rejected the board's latest offer. Read more about NFT on Lower Southampton Patch.
Holy Redeemer Thrift Store to Host Fall Festival: The Holy Redeemer Thrift Store will host a Fall Family Fun Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 28, 2012. Read more local headlines on Upper Southampton Patch.
New Restaurant Planned for The Elements Horsham: The applicant said a 3,100-square-foot eatery is in the works for the former 5 Star Gardens. Read about more local connections on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Weinrich's Bakery Donates Food to Benefit Good Cause: The popular sweets store helped out at The 10th Annual International Food Festival. Check out more local headlines on Upper Moreland Patch.
Woman Reportedly Assaults 19-Year-Old Woman: A 43-year-old woman was charged with simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct after assaulting a 19-year-old woman, police say. More police news is featured on Northampton Patch.
Five Township Officers Recognized: Officers Richard Huff, Daniel Clifton, Steven Benz, Jules Ferraro and Sergeant Frank Ambrose were recognized for their recent outstanding work. Read more local headlines on Newtown Patch.
Overheating Smart Meters to be Replaced by PECO: PECO will move forward with installing smart meters after replacing all Sensus brand units. The Sensus meters were linked to several area fires. Read more about the meters on Levittown Patch.