Northampton Police Search for Missing 17-Year-Old Kyle Wittcoff, 17, was last seen on Sept. 17 in the Langhorne section of Northampton Township. He was wearing tan boots, tan BDU pants, a tight fitting t-shirt and he was carrying a black backpack. Keep track of the ongoing search at Northampton Patch.
Harlem Wizards to Play Hoops Against Centennial Staff Staff members of Centennial School District are gearing up to take the court against the Harlem Wizards next month at William Tennent High School. Find out more about the game at Upper Southampton Patch.
Hatboro Secures Funds for Clock Tower Plan The next step in restoring Hatboro's 200-year-old clock tower is devise a restoration plan. Find out how the necessary funds were raised at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Win Fame and Free Pizza at Jules Jules Pizza is holding a contest for original, inspiring quotes to print on the papers on which their pizza slices are served. Find out how to enter the contest at Doylestown Patch.
LSFD Mourns the Loss of a Life Member The Lower Southampton Fire Department is mourning the loss of its life member, Mike Gindele, who passed away in the early morning hours Monday, Sept. 17 when he lost his battle with cancer. Give your condolences at Lower Southampton Patch.
Couple Arrested in Connection with Delaware Murder Joshua Aaron Lemonick of Newtown, and Angeline Terek of Bristol, were taken into custody Wednesday morning. Police said the couple was involved in the murder of a Delaware diner owner. Find out more about the incident at Levittown Patch.
Newtown Hardware House Saved by Mystery Buyer Just days since Newtown Hardware House announced they were closing after 143 years in business, a local man has stepped up to buy the store. Get more info about the surprising turn of events at Newtown Patch.
Philly Man Charged with Theft from Hollister A 29-year-old Philadelphia man was charged with retail theft from a Neshaminy Mall clothing store. Find out more about the charges at Bensalem Patch.
Resident Allegedly Hits Neighbor in Face for Trimming his Trees Lower Moreland Police Department received a call from a resident who said his neighbor was verbally and physically harassing him after a dispute over trees on their property line. Read more about the altercation at Lower Moreland Patch.
Allyson Schwartz Honored for Role in Health Care Policy Last week Schwartz received the Claude Pepper Award from the Alliance for Aging Research at their 19th Annual Bipartisan Congressional Awards Gala for her leadership in health care policy on behalf of seniors. Get more info about Rep. Schwartz's award at Upper Moreland Patch.