Regional Roundup: Former Coach Pleads Guilty to Corruption of Minor
Here are today's top stories from around the region.
Coach Pleads Guilty to Giving Alcohol to Minor Former Hatboro-Horsham High School cross country coach William Ryan Lichtner pleaded guilty to corruption of minor and selling or furnishing alcohol to minors charges. Read more at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Caregiver to Repay $9,000 to Lower Moreland Man's Estate Kimberly Brown stole $9,603 from her client's bank account after using his debit card for clothing, groceries and gas for her car. Get more info about the incident at Lower Moreland Patch.
Temple Judea Moves to New Home The members of Doylestown's Temple Judea walked about 2.5 miles Sunday to bring the Torah to their new synagogue on Rogers Road. Read more about the move at Doylestown Patch.
Parts of County Line Road Restricted to One Lane of Travel Motorists who drive County Line Road between Centennial Road and Huntingdon Pike may want to find an alternate route, especially during peak hours of travel. Read more about the construction at Warminster Patch.
Who's Hiring: Liberty Travel, Lee's, Ricca Group & More Looking for a new job? Check out these Southampton-based businesses that are hiring. Get more about the openings at Upper Southampton Patch.
Kmart Employee Steals Merchandise, Gift Cards Since the holidays, the Feasterville Kmart loss prevention staff has been investigating an employee for an ongoing issue with missing merchandise and gift cards from the register. Read more about the incident at Lower Southampton Patch.
Sunday Night Croydon Marina Fire Called 'Suspicious' A fire that destroyed two boats in the Croydon section of Bristol Township is being investigated as suspicious, officials say. Read more about the investigation at Bensalem Patch.
Police Chase Ensues After 4 Break Into Sesame Place All four suspects are now in police custody and medical treatment was requested for one suspect who has a laceration. Get more about the incident at Levittown Patch.
Nick Carter of Troop 147 Earns the Rank of Eagle Scout For his Eagle Scout Project, Nick designed, organized, raised the funds and led his troop in the building of a patio extension and sitting wall at the Northampton Township Municipal Park. Read more about his achievement at Northampton Patch.
Anthropologie Pulls Out as Promenade Tenant, Groundbreaking Likely in Early Spring Anthropologie will no longer be the anchor tenant for The Promenade project but a groundbreaking will still likely occur in late March or early April. Read more about the plans at Newtown Patch.