Saturday, April 27, 2013
Check out the most-read stories on Upper Southampton Patch this week.
See which Southampton eateries received a clean bill from the Bucks County Department of Health. Librarians are asking for help from the community to locate approximately 100 missing children's cookbooks that were taken from the library. Centennial School Board approved a preliminary final budget that includes a hike in real estate taxes. Assistant Superintendent of Education Joyce Mundy joined members of the Centennial School Board of Directors at the table Tuesday. See recent additions to the housing market in Southampton courtesy of Zillow.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Check out these events happening in and around the neighborhood this weekend.
Saturday Celebrate Earth Day at Tamanend Park What: Join the Friends of Tamanend Park and members of the Upper Southampton Parks and Recreation Department staff by contributing a few hours to help clean up the park. A light lunch will be provided. When/Where: Starts at 10 a.m. at Tamanend Park 1255 2nd Street Pike, Southampton. Cost: Free Relive the Civil War What: Guests will be able to "Meet the Generals," hear a fife and drum corps concert and see live battle demonstrations. When/Where: Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and again Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Neshaminy State Park. Cost: Free Spring Jam at Warminster SkateSpot What:The SkateSpot at Munro Park will feature beginner and advanced competitions for both bikers and skaters this …
The National Weather Service says temperatures will drop to near freezing overnight on both Saturday and Sunday.
The National Weather Service issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Southampton Friday afternoon. The NWS is predicting that a strong cold front will move through the area Friday evening, causing possible thunderstorms and gusty winds. They say heavy rainfall can be expected, and it could cause possible flooding in areas with poor drainage. On Saturday night, temperatures are expected to drop near freezing with frost conditions expected. Here's a detailed look at the National Weather Service's weekend forecast for Southampton:
Sunday, April 14, 2013
A look at a few of the events this week in Southampton.
Order your spring plants this week at the Southampton Free Library. Geraniums: Red, Pink or Salmon. Sturdy plants in 4 1/2 pots $3.75 each or 3 for $10.50. Join the crew at Kenny's Spirited Eatery every Wednesday evening from 7 to 11 p.m. for DJ Jimmy K's 'Back In The Day' Dance Party. Get your groove on with requests and hits from the 60's on for no cover. Show of your musical talent (or lack thereof) at karaoke night at 'The Mag.' During karaoke, enjoy $2 Miller Lite drafts and $2.50 Miller Lite bottles from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. Be sure to add your event to the Upper Southampton Patch events calendar here.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Check out these events taking place in and around the area this weekend.
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Saturday, April 6, 2013
Check out the most read stories on Upper Southampton Patch over the past week.
Check out what homes are selling for around Southampton. Township Code Enforcement Officer and Volunteer Firefighter Ken Kline suffered an accident that has left him in a wheelchair. See how you can help out. Was it a wild turkey or a mature peacock strutting around the center of Southampton? Take a look at what the Upper Southampton Police Department has been up to over the past week in this week's police briefs. Looking for a job? Check out our list of Southampton-based businesses that are currently hiring.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Take a look at the biggest stories of March 2013.
With all the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day, it's easy to miss out on a story or two. If you haven't heard the news, here are the top 10 stories for March on Upper Southampton Patch. Click on the links to read more. 1. Recent Health Inspections in Southampton 2. Sketch Released of Man Wanted for Huntingdon Valley Home Invasion 3. Sports Bar to Replace Calloway's This Spring 4. 5 Upper Southampton Homes up for Auction 5. Fireplace Embers Spark Blaze on Charles Street 6. New Weis Supermarket Gets Liquor License 7. $375K Listing Price for 5-Bedroom Southampton Colonial 8. Daytime Burglary on Rick Road 9. Stolen Checks Under Investigation 10. Prom Proposal During Black and White Night Did we miss one of your top news items from the …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Try an infrared body wrap at a discount in Southampton.
If you have been wanting to try one of the new massage parlors that have opened up around town, Groupon might have a deal just for you. iMassage, the newly-opened spa that took over the old Wishlist Boutique location in the Redwood Shopping Center, is currently offering a special via Groupon. You can purchase packages of one, three or six, 60-minute infrared body wrap body wraps at a discount through the Groupon website. Infrared body wraps help burn calories and rid the body of toxins, according to the iMassage website. Click here to check out the iMassage deal on Groupon.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The drawing is Wednesday; several Southampton businesses sell Powerball tickets.
The jackpot for Wednesday's Powerball lottery drawing has grown to to at least $260 million. The jackpot is estimated to have a $161.1 million cash value. No one has won the jackpot since February 14. If you want to break that streak, here are some Southampton retailers that sell Pennsylvania Lottery products, including the $2 tickets for Powerball: To find other Powerball vendors in the area, plug an address or ZIP code into the Pennsylvania Lottery website's retailer-locator application. The drawing takes place at 10:59 p.m. Wednesday. Ticket sales for that drawing end no later than 10 p.m.; check with your local retailer to find out its cutoff policy.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Take a look at the week's top headlines in Southampton.
The Bucks County Health Department recently inspected eleven establishments in Southampton. Weis Market in the Marketplace at Huntingdon Valley recently had its liquor license approved; this will allow customers to drink wine and beer in the store and to carry out six packs. Police said the burglar forced open the rear door of the home. Robin Hood Restaurant patrons are now welcome to bring beer and wine to enjoy with their meal.