Child Confronted Off Bus; Alleged Burglar Tries to Trap Resident Top Local News
Murray Avenue approves a purchase for new lockers, and new athletic fields hope to alleviate pressure for HVAA also make headlines.
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Child Confronted Near Bus Has Parents Concerned
Lower Moreland School District sent a letter out to parents explaining a situation in which a young child was approached by an older man after he was dropped off after school.
Burglar Tries to Trap Resident in Bathroom During Break-In, Police Say
A Huntingdon Valley resident reported a man posing as a Water Department employee forced his way into her home.
New Lockers Approved for Murray Ave. Middle School
Lower Moreland School Board agreed to put 650 new lockers in Murray Avenue Middle School.
Driver Caught with Knives, Oxycodone, Police Say
Police investigated a car that was stuck in the middle of the road during a snowstorm. The driver allegedly had multiple knives and pills.
New Athletic Fields Hope to Alleviate Pressure for HVAA Teams
With a new synthetic turf being installed, HVAA teams and school teams will not have to share the same field for practice anymore.