Regional Roundup: Pilot Killed in Helicopter Crash in Tinicum
Today's top headlines from the region.
Pilot Killed in Helicopter Crash in Tinicum: A Tinicum man was killed Wednesday morning when a helicopter crashed after takeoff in Upper Bucks County. Go to Doylestown Patch for the latest details of the deadly crash.
Pa. Politicos Split on Who Won Second Presidential Debate: A non-scientific sampling of Pennsylvania Democrats and Republicans shows they agree that national media will view President Barack Obama as the consensus winner of the second presidential debate. Read more about the survey on Upper Southampton Patch.
Police Charge Morrisville Man in Hit-and-Run Crash: On Oct. 16 at 7:48 a.m., Bensalem policeresponded to a hit-and-run accident at Lincoln Highway and the PA Turnpike, Trevose. Check out the details of the crash on Bensalem Patch.
Crashes Reported Tuesday Night in Bristol & Falls: For the second time in just days, a person was injured in a motorcycle accident in Bristol Township. Falls Township police also responded to a crash a bit later. Visit Levittown Patch for more information.
Police Report Three DUIs Over Weekend: Northampton Township Police reported to three incidents, one on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, that could result in DUI charges. Northampton Patch has the details on all three incidents.
Two More Arrested for Retail Theft in Upper Moreland: Find out who was arrested on Upper Moreland Patch.
Truman's Grandson, Bomb Survivors Spread Message of Peace: About 100 people attended the forum, which was sponsored by the college’s Wordsmiths Reading Series and the BuxMont Coalition for Peace Action. Learn more about the speakers on Newtown Patch.
Tennent Soccer Kicks Back with Special Olympics: The Bucks County Special Olympic Soccer Team challenged the Panthers in the annual Partners in Soccer game Tuesday night at the high school stadium. View photos from the game on Warminster Patch.
Hatboro-Horsham Facing Budgetary Unknowns: As the Hatboro-Horsham School District prepares its 2013-2014 spending plan, more program cuts, furloughs and staff reductions will be a reality, officials said. Read what district officials said on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.