Regional Roundup: Help A Local Girl Get Her Christmas Wish
Today's top stories from Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Help A Local Girl Get Her Christmas Wish: Arianna Barricelli, an 11-year-old St. Ephrem student, is a fabulous singer who is struggling with a tumor that affects her eyesight. And all she wants for Christmas is an iPhone 5. Read more on Bensalem Patch.
Homeowner Injured in Indian Creek Drive Blaze: Officials say the man who lives at 300 Indian Creek Drive in the Levittown section of Bristol Township was transported to St. Mary Medical Center after a fire at his house late Wednesday night. Read more on Levittown Patch.
Suspicious Person Seen Looking into Elementary School Bathroom: It was reported to Lower Southampton Police that a suspicious person was seen looking into a boy's bathroom window at Lower Southampton Elementary. Read more on Lower Southampton Patch.
Vote for St. Katharine Drexel in B101 Christmas Choir Competition: Saint Katharine Drexel Regional Catholic School in Holland is a finalist in the B101 Christmas Choir Competition. Read more on Northampton Patch.
Resident Reports Second Encounter with Unleashed Dog: A Lower Moreland resident called LMPD on Nov. 30 after he was bit in the leg by a dog while walking his own dog along Greenawalt Road. Read more on Lower Moreland Patch.
Demolition of Abandoned Houses on Durham Rd Imminent: The cluster of boarded-up houses, across from the Corner Bakery Cafe, will be demolished to make way for an assisted living complex. Read more on Newtown Patch.
Owners Must Renew their Dog Licenses for 2013: Over the next several weeks and months dog owners who have previously purchased dog licenses will be receiving reminders to renew their licenses for 2013. Read more on Upper Moreland Patch.
H-H Cheerleader Proves 'Every Hatter Matters': Hatboro-Horsham High School senior Kelsey McGuire established a cheerleading squad for special needs students as her graduation project. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Service to be Held Thursday for Justin Pray: Friends who would like to share a special memory of Justin Pray are invited to do so Thursday night. Read more on Doylestown Patch.