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Regional Roundup: Man Attempts To Lure 11-Year-Old In Upper Southampton

And an SUV crashes through a card store window in Bensalem.

 

Check out these highlights from around the region, and click on the link to read the full article.

: Police reported that a man in a dark-colored, full-sized pickup truck approached an 11-year-old girl on Dennis Avenue near Paddock Road around 8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13. Det. James Schirmer of the Upper Southampton Police Department said the girl was walking alone when the man pulled up and asked for help finding his dog. Read the full story on Upper Southampton Patch.

: A Chevy Blazer crashed through the window of Susan's Hallmark store in the Village Center on Bristol Road near Hulmeville Road around 11 a.m. The SUV knocked over a display inside the shop, but no one in the store was injured. Learn more about the accident on Bensalem Patch.

: The time has come for a new season of Miracle League baseball, and but after three years of hard work, the Northampton league finally has a home turf. Opening day will be April 22. The Miracle League is a national charitable organization with localized chapters whose purpose is to provide a baseball/softball league for special needs children. Read more on Northampton Patch.

: The speed limit on Sycamore Street will be the topic of conversation at Monday night's Newtown Township Board of Supervisors work session meeting. The township's traffic committee is expected to recommend the speed limit be reduced from 35 to 25 miles per hour. Get the full agenda and more on Newtown Patch.

: By the end of August, Ollie's Bargain Outlet is slated to open in Horsham's Village Mall. According to plans filed with the township recently, Ollie’s intends to take over the former 32,000-square-foot space previously occupied by the pet store within the nearly shuttered shopping center, which is located on Blair Mill Road. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

: After several weekends of inclement weather, Warminster's Skate Jam finally took place on Saturday, April 13. Check out the photos on Warminster Patch.

: Huntingdon Valley's Patty Sharp first started running "to fight off the Freshman 15" back in college, but has been doing it ever since. Her finish in the 2010 Philadelphia Marathon qualified her to run in Boston Marathon, which will be her third marathon. Read more about Sharp on Lower Moreland Patch.

: Help raise funds for the Lower Southampton Fire Department by dining on pancakes and sausage at the all-you-can-eat breakfast on Saturday, April 21. Get all of the details on Lower Southampton Patch.

Michelle Smith December 05, 2012 at 05:06 PM
One of the challenges of being a parent is teaching your kids to be cautious without filling them with fear or anxiety. Although some dangers do exist, you lessen the chances that your child will be abducted. And the idea of my children being harmed or lost is not something anyone wants to consider. Therefore, I have registered their smartphones in an application that can enable them to summon for help whenever it needed. In addition, I can also locate the place wherever they are and have the ability to know if their location is safe. If situation needs a medical, fire or police assistance they can quickly reached 911 in our area with the help of the Call Center with complete information. This is the site where I found the link: http://safekidzone.com/

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