Regional Roundup: Woman Tries to Fraudulently Cash Neighbor's Checks
A collection of today's top stories from around the region.
Woman Tries to Fraudulently Cash Neighbor's Checks The victim told Lower Southampton police that he is friendly with his neighbor, but has never given her a check or permission to use his checking account. The neighbor will be charged with identity theft, forgery, theft by deception and receiving stolen property. Find more local stories at Lower Southampton Patch.
Charity Golf Outing for Local Fallen Soldier The sixth annual Major Jeffrey P. Toczylowski Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing will be held at Five Ponds Golf Course, in Warminster, on Saturday, August 4, at 1 p.m. Registration cost is $125 per person. Hole sponsorships are still being accepted. Find more local stories at Upper Moreland Patch.
Southampton: Where Pianos go to Die The New York Times recently called a trash-transfer station in Southampton one of several places where pianos go to die. Get more local stories at Upper Southampton Patch.
New Giuseppe's Location Now Open The family restaurant moved from its longtime home at the Warminster Shopping Center to a new standalone location at the corner of Delmont Avenue and Street Road. Get more local stories at Warminster Patch.
Hatboro Mayor Supports Tighter Gun Control A member of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, Hatboro Mayor Norm Hawkes is fighting for legislation that could prevent gun-related deaths similar to the Aurora massacre. Get more local stories at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Breastfeeding Ordinance Advances in Doylestown Supporters said a local ordinance would give nursing mothers a place to turn if their rights are violated - and, hopefully, increase public acceptance of breastfeeding. Find more local stories at Doylestown Patch.
Northampton Township Exploring Rail to Trail Project Converting an unused SEPTA rail that runs through Northampton Township into a multi-use trail is a possibility, according to a recent discussion at July's Board of Supervisors meeting. Get more local stories at Northampton Patch.
Archers to Hunt Deer at Neshaminy State Park in September An annual deer hunt again will enable archers to hunt in Neshaminy State Park, Bucks County, when Pennsylvania's statewide archery deer season opens Saturday, Sept. 29, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) officials announced. Get more local stories at Bensalem Patch.