Sunday, January 27, 2013
Lansdale Amusement Co. in Hatfield provided 40 VSPhoenix state-of-the-art dartboards at the inaugural three-day Phoenix Cup $22,000 tournament Friday at Holiday Inn in Towamencin
The inaugural Phoenix Cup at the Holiday Inn in Towamencin was a bullseye. The event saw Lansdale Amusement Co. in Hatfield providing 40 state-of-the-art Korean-made VSPhoenix dartboards for the $22,000 dart tournament Friday at the Sumneytown Pike hotel, according to The Reporter Online. The newspaper reports the digital dart machines have remote-play capabilities — you can challenge someone in another country from your neighborhood bar via a special online card — and are complete with surround sound speakers and 26-inch HD monitors. The tournament is sponsored by Phoenix Darts Co. and world champion dart master John Kuczynski, of Zion Grove, PA. You can find VSPhoenix dartboards locally at bars like Third and Walnut Lounge; Hattricks and…
This week's stories include a parking lot romance between two men leading to weapons charges, a man heading to prison for his PCP-fueled would-be crime spree and a sneaky elderly woman being charged with DUI.
Parking Lot Romance Leads to Weapons Charge: According to a report in the Lansdale Patch, a Quakertown man is facing weapons charges after an incident in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn in Towamencin. The report states that police were initially investigating a suspicious occupied vehicle in the rear parking lot, when they discovered two men allegedly engaged in a sexual activity. Later, a search of the vehicle uncovered a concealed weapon in the console. Read the full story here. Man Loses Gun During PCP-Fueled Crime Spree: According to a report in the Norristown Patch, a 21-year-old Philadelphia man testified that he was high on PCP the night he made several violent, but unsuccessful, robbery attempts in West Norriton and Norristown …
Thursday, July 5, 2012
One-year-old hound and mini-pinscher mix with pink collar and microchip last seen Tuesday in the area of Ide Drive in Towamencin near Freddy Hill Farms
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Thursday, July 5, 2012
A $100 reward for the person who brings Lisa home safely to her Towamencin doghouse. Lisa, a hound and mini-pinscher mix, was last seen at 7 a.m. Tuesday near Ide Drive in Towamencin, according to her owner Mary Jayes. Ide Drive is located near Freddy Hill Farms; the neighborhood is located off Green Lane Road and Sumneytown Pike. The owners noted Lisa is afraid of people and hard to catch. She has a hook at the end of her tail and is wearing a bright pink collar. She is microchipped. If you've seen her, call 215-237-6854. Lisa had not returned as of 6 p.m. Wednesday. Lisa was rescued from a flood in Mississippi, stricken with parvo and severely abused, according to Jayes. She was adopted from Wags Rescue and Referral.