LOWER BUCKS COUNTY, PA —The rescue of 36 animals from a Bensalem hotel and the retirement of the Neshaminy schools superintendent after he had been placed on administrative leave topped news in Lower Bucks County this past week.
These are some of the stories making news in the past week:
33 Cats, 3 Dogs Rescued From Bensalem Hotel
The Bucks County SPCA said the animals were found in filthy conditions in a hotel room Wednesday. Charges are pending against the owner.
Neshaminy Schools Superintendent McGee Retires
Neshaminy Schools Superintendent Rob McGee had been placed on administrative leave last year. He served 36 years with the district.
Cancer-Linked ‘Forever Chemicals’ In Neshaminy Creek: Study
The Neshaminy Creek is one of two in the region in which a study found some of the highest concentrations of PFAS in sampled streams.
Philly Cargo Company Moving To Bensalem Township
Shax Express Cargo will build an office along with parking for its tractor-trailers, establishing its headquarters in Bensalem.
Man Tried To Burglarize Home After Fleeing From Warminster Crash: PD
A Philadelphia man faces numerous felony charges for attempted burglary and a burglary in progress, Warminster police said.