Accident Probe in Horsham; Hatboro Landlord Seeks Buyout Top Local News
Here are this week's most popular stories from Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
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Three went to the hospital after a car flipped and hit a tree. One of the car's occupants fled the scene on foot, according to police.
The owner of 332 S. York Road in Hatboro is seeking a government buyout for the frequently-flooded property where Manja Pizza is currently situated. Also at play are plans to build 16 homes on the site and demolish the auto repair businesses.
The Hatboro Borough Council is mulling over the results of its facilities study, in which the consultant recommended using the borough's park space to help with cramped quarters.
The Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association is working on several fronts to incorporate better training for its tour guides and stepped-up educational offerings for visiting school-aged children at its Horsham aviation museum.
A month after announcing its outdoor pool would close, officials at the Hatboro Area YMCA still do not know where its swim team, the Hatboro Hurricanes, will practice for meets.