Regional Roundup: Missing Teen Found With Sex Offender Dad
Check out the stories making headlines around the region Thursday.
Local Missing Teen Found with Sex Offender Father: The 16-year-old disabled girl who was reported missing in Bensalem several weeks ago was found last week with her father in Connecticut. Read the full story on Bensalem Patch.
Valley of Fear Rises from the Ashes for Grand Opening: After a devastating fire in August, Feasterville's Valley of Fear is ready to make people scream with fright this Halloween season. Read all about the popular attraction's comeback on Lower Southampton Patch.
Man Reports Home Invasion in Colbolt Ridge: Neighbors in the Colbolt Ridge section of Middletown Township did not hear anything at the time the crime was alleged to have happened. Get the full story on Levittown Patch.
Missing Man Spotted at PetSmart: A PetSmart employee believes Michael Naylon, whose family has been looking for him since Friday, was in the store Wednesday evening. Find out more on Newtown Patch.
The Warminster Rotary Club will soon host its annual charity ball. Find out how you can attend on Warminster Patch.
Plans Advance for New Hallowell School:The Hatboro-Horsham School District expects to take ownership of the former Horsham Memorial Army Reserve Center by May or June 2013. Read all about the acquisition on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Woman Scratches, Hits Boyfriend After He Breaks Up with Her: Following an alleged three-hour argument, Lower Morland Police were called to the scene. Read the details surrounding the incident on Lower Moreland Patch.
Willow Grove Boy Scouts Spruce Up Village Players Theater: Members of Boy Scout Troop 354 in Willow Grove spent a recent weekend making much-needed exterior repairs to The Village Players of Hatboro. Read about the project on Upper Moreland - Willow Grove Patch.
'Save Kids Castle' Movement Gaining Steam: More than 80 people have come together to raise money to repair, restore and replace parts of the iconic Kids Castle playground, but more are needed. Find out how you can help on Doylestown Patch.