Regional Roundup: WWII Bombshells Found During Fire Rescue
Check out today's top stories from around the region.
WWII Bombshells Found During Fire Rescue Members of the Philadelphia Bomb Squad were called to a residence in Warminster following a fire Thursday Morning. Read more about the fire at Warminster Patch.
Deacon Charged with Sexual Assault of 13-Year-Old Girl According to Bensalem Police, a Pentecostal Church Deacon has been arrested and charged with raping a 13-year-old girl. Find out more about the charges at Bensalem Patch.
Driver in Route 413 Crash Transfered to UPenn Traffic investigators are still probing last Friday's wreck at I-95 and Veterans Highway (Route 413) in Bristol Township. Read the latest developments at Levittown Patch.
'Bungee Jumpers' Bring Crowds to Their Feet The Bungee Jumpers amaze crowds all around the area with their jump rope skills, which they've been honing since 2008. Check out the Bungee Jumpers in action at Doylestown Patch.
Horsham Plans to Ground Airport Crash Zone The Horsham Township Council introduced an ordinance for the third time to eliminate the Airport Crash and Noise Overlay District. Find out more about the plan at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Youth Aid Panel Seeking Volunteers for Montgomery DA's Office This unique program helps first time juvenile offenders take responsibility for their actions and move forward in a more positive direction with the assistance of a group of local community volunteers. Read more about the program at Lower Moreland Patch.
Police Investigating Theft at Shop-N-Bag Police are seeking clues into a theft by deception incident that occurred Monday night at the Richboro Shop-N-Bag. Read about the theft at Northampton Patch.
'Act of Kindness' Contest Kicks off in Memory of Sandy Hook Victim To enter, children should write or draw their story of their own act of kindness. Anyone under the age of 18 can participate. Read about the contest at Newtown Patch.
Langhorne Borough Council Opposes Neshaminy School Closings Langhorne Borough Councilwoman Kathy Horwatt urged the school board not to close Olive Heckman Elementary School, which is located on Maple Avenue and Cherry Street in Langhorne Borough. Find out why the closures have been opposed at Lower Southampton Patch.