Bayberry Road Fire Tops Local News This Week
The next step in getting rid of the vultures also tops local news.
One case was confirmed and others are being investigated, and those who were in the same places as those infected are being told to contact a health care provider.
Residents paid for a vulture carcass to be hung from a tree to scare away the hundreds of vultures nesting in an area of Martinsville.
Eisenhower Intermediate School held its own Special Olympics Peer Basketball program with games and cheerleaders.
Neighbors are collecting gift cards for the Bayberry Road family who lost their home in a Monday morning fire.
A charter member of the Country Hills Fire Company, Harry Naismyth, died March 7 in New Hope.
A Bayberry Road home was completely destroyed in a large fire early Monday morning, and a father and two children were taken to the hospital with burns.
As the township continues to prepare its new budget, state aid will remain flat for this year.