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Regional Roundup: Child Molester Sentenced to 494 Years

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Regional Roundup: Child Molester Sentenced to 494 Years

Falls Child Molester Sentenced to 494 Years A Falls Township tattoo artist was sentenced to 494 years in prison after being found guilty of 170 sex-related charges. Read more about the sentencing at Bensalem Patch.

 Horsham-based Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association received approval to fix and relocate a P-3. Read more about the repairs at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Should Central Bucks Teachers Carry Guns? Weigh in on whether you support teachers and staff carrying guns in Central Bucks schools. Voice your opinion at Doylestown Patch.

Police: Items Worth More Than 8K Stolen from Two Local Businesses Items were taken from Handy Man Builders and Franklin Instruments in two separate incidents this week. Get more about the thefts at Northampton Patch.

 During Thursday night's negotiation session, the Neshaminy School Board decided to not pull its "final offer" to the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers just yet. Read more about the latest development at Lower Southampton Patch.

Harry Rose Receives NBA President's Award Harry Rose, Chairman of The Rose Group, a leading franchisee of Applebee's Grill & Bar and Corner Bakery Cafe, was given the President’s Award from the Newtown Business Association (NBA) at Chandler Hall on January 22. Read more about the achievement at Newtown Patch.

 A 53,865-square-foot addition onto a building at the Keystone Industrial Park is expected to bring at least 40 new jobs to Bristol Township, officials said. Learn more about the expansion at Levittown Patch.

 You can register your child this Saturday, Jan. 26 between 9 a.m. and noon at the Upper Moreland Little League Complex located on Fairhill Street off of York Road. Get more info at Upper Moreland Patch.

Quaint Oak Bank Completes Successful Food and Toy Drive Quaint Oak Bank donated in excess of 600 pounds of food along with cash contributions to food banks at the Second Harvest program in Allentown and the Southampton Food Bank at Jesus Focus Ministry. Learn more about the program at Upper Southampton Patch.

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