- Middletown police have determined that the devastating Racquet Club fire that left more than 100 people homeless ignited when a mentally challenged 16-year-old emptied out a used ashtray into a trash can, according to LevittownNow.com. The incident has been ruled accidental, but the boy's father has been arrested and charged with child endangerment after police say he left the boy alone in the apartment to speak with a neighbor, according to the report.
- The Neshaminy School Board meets Tuesday at the district offices at Maple Point Middle School at 7 p.m. The agendaincludes considering the appointment of a new board member to fill a vacant seat in Region 1.
- To celebrate next weekend's Harvest Day Festival, Bristol Township is sponsoring arecycling poster contest for children in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. The focus is to give students an opportunity to share their ideas about recycling and how it helps our environment. The theme of the poster contest is “How does Recycling Help Protect the Earth.”
- The Falls Township Planning Commission meets tonight at 7 p.m. at the township municipal complex. Click here to see the agenda.
- Mostly cloudy today, with a high near 65, according to the National Weather Service.