Regional Roundup: Fairless Hills Teen Charged with Delaware Home Invasion
Check out the news making headlines around the region on Wednesday.
Fairless Hills Teen Charged with Delaware Home Invasion: A 16-year-old girl was charged in connection with a home invasion that left a Delaware business owner dead. Read the full story on Levittown Patch.
Neshaminy School Board Names an Assistant Superintendent: The Neshaminy School Board promoted elementary and secondary education director Jacqueline Rattigan to the district's assistant superintendent. Get the details on Lower Southampton Patch.
Read about the the recent Bucks County Health Department inspections of the establishments in Bensalem on Bensalem Patch.
Increased Incidents of Burglary in Northampton: Reports of burglaries have increased during the first three quarters over 2011, Northampton Township police said. Read more on Northampton Patch.
CR North Among Highest Area SAT Scores: Council Rock North tied for sixth place in a recent analysis of the top 40 scoring schools in the region. Get the full story on Newtown Patch.
Horsham Sunoco Station Looks to Expand Store: The 16-pump gas station, situated at the intersection of Welsh Road and Route 309, hopes to more than double the size of its convenience store. Get the full story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Sidewalk Construction at Huntingdon Valley Library: Crews have been working on Red Lion Road to get the new sidewalks complete at the HV Library. See how the project is progressing on Lower Moreland Patch.
Upper Moreland Hosting 23rd Annual 'Pumpkins on Parade' Event: Residents are invited to Masons Mill Park on Oct. 20 for a fun-filled night of Halloween activities. Read the full story on Upper Moreland Patch.