Check out some of Patch's biggest stories from the past week in eastern Pennsylvania:
No Philadelphia Eagles Camp at Lehigh University
The Philadelphia Eagles are flying the Lehigh Valley coop. After 17 years, the training camp will no longer be held at Lehigh University, the team announced on its website Friday.
Principal Charged with Child Porn
Federal charges have been filed against Springton Lake Middle School Principal Dr. Troy Czukoski. Czukoski, 42, of Exton, was charged with one count of possession of child pornography, according to U.S. Attorney’s Office Public Affairs Specialist Patty Hartman.
Can It: Sam Adams Rolls Out New Option for Boston Lager
The Samuel Adams brewery in Lehigh County will manufacture its famed Boston Lager beer in cans, for the first time. Boston Beer Company Senior Public Relations Manager Jessica Paar said the company will produce the lager in cans by early summer exclusively in its Upper Macungie Township brewery.
Warminster Police said an elderly woman was scammed out of $11,000 in the parking lot of Walmart last Tuesday. According to police, the elderly victim was approached by a woman carrying a handbag with "District 21" written on it on Tuesday, March 5.
Norristown police investigated two armed robberies that were reported within an hour of one another Sunday night, Norristown's Interim Police Chief Willie Richet said. More than an hour earlier, officers were investigating a report of shots fired in the area of 800 Green St.
A freshman at Emmaus High School in Lehigh County was charged with making terroristic threats for a Dec. 20, 2012 bomb hoax at the school, according to Emmaus Police. Charges were to be referred to Lehigh County Juvenile Court. The high school has been the target of three bomb hoaxes in three months. Investigation into the other incidents continues, police say.
Car Crashes Through Dunkin Donuts
A Toyota Corolla plowed through the front of a Dunkin Donuts‚—and no one was hurt.
Can a Daughter's Love Conquer Budget Cuts?
Jazmine Smith of Bryn Mawr is a tireless advocate for her mother, whom she says is a victim of dysfunctional social services
Just before 5 p.m. on Tuesday Bensalem Township Police arrested a woman and two men at Macy's Department Store in Neshaminy Mall for weapons offenses. Charges include carrying a weapon without a license, retail theft, criminal conspiracy with multiple criminal objectives and receiving stolen property, according to information on Bucks County's inmate database.
Montco Teen Found
A missing 16-year-old Montgomery County boy returned home "safe and sound," his mother, Liz Atchison, said. "He was found," Atchison said. "Someone recognized him from the Facebook post from the Patch news article."