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PatchCast: Kids Helping Kids, Parx Casino Robbery, New Police Chief

A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday, April 15

Doyle Kindergarteners Collect Books for Needy Kids

  • Doylestown: The students were inspired by the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" by Carol McCloud.   

Archbishop Wood Celebrates State Title

  • Warminster:  It was perfect weather for a parade. 

Hatboro-Horsham School District Presents Informal Contract Proposal

  • Hatboro: The Hatboro-Horsham Education Association is expected to vote on the proposal Monday.    

Police Charge Levittown Man with Parx Robbery

  • Bensalem: Suspect confronted victims just outside the casino.  

Langhorne Appoints New Chief Of Police

  • Levittown: After a six-month search and nearly 30 applicants, Langhorne Borough has a new chief of police.

Melsky: So What Does It Mean?

  • Newtown: Some in the community say Council Rock should use $8.2 million from the sale of the Melsky Tract to make up the budget deficit. But district officials say that wouldn't be prudent. 

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