Drunken Hit-and-Run Driver Faces Up to 6 Months; Hatboro Council May Swim for Free Top Local News

Here are the most popular local stories from Hatboro-Horsham Patch during the week.

Just in case you missed a day at Hatboro-Horsham Patch, which can happen but shouldn't (sign up for our free newsletter), here's a look at the top headlines this week:

Hatboro Guitar Lessons Give Kids 'Advantage'

A guitar instructor at DeLuca Music in Hatboro has developed Lesson Advantage, a systemized, interactive method of teaching kids ages 7 to 12 to play their favorite songs on guitar.

Drunken Hit-and-Run Could Get Hatboro Man Up to 6 Months

A Hatboro man will serve between 72 hours and six months behind bars for a hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian.

Should Hatboro Council Receive Free Pool Membership?

People employed by Hatboro's government receive free seasonal memberships to the Hatboro Memorial Pool, so why shouldn't the governing body also be entitled to the same benefit?

Hatboro May Miss its TV Limelight

Hatboro residents likely won't get to see the outcome of taping that occurred several weeks ago at the Hatboro Cemetery, as well as a Newington Drive home for the already cancelled NBC drama "Do No Harm."

A Philadelphia man is behind bars after police said he used a large dog to threaten an employee of the 7-Eleven in Hatboro.


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