Regional Roundup: Wanted Suspect Accused of Groping Another Girl
Today's top stories from around the region.
Barnes & Noble Sexual Assault Suspect Strikes in Middletown The man wanted in connection with a late November sexual assault in Falls Township is now suspected of groping a girl at a popular store in Middletown. Read more about the incident at Levittown Patch.
Services for Cameron Smithwick to be Held This Week The 19-year-old former Council Rock North student died Saturday in a car accident in Northampton Township. Get info about the arrangements at Northampton Patch.
Wrightstown Students Featured in Philadelphia Art Museum Exhibit A dozen sixth-grade students have artwork in the exhibit, called Education In Action: Art and Nature. Read more about the students at Newtown Patch.
Package Stolen From Front Porch of Lower Southampton Home Lower Southampton Police are investigating the theft of a UPS package from the front porch of a home in the Sweetwater Frms section. Check out pictures of the suspect at Lower Southampton Patch.
Police: 46-Year-Old Woman Struck, Killed by Train A Bristol Borough woman was killed after being struck by a train minutes after 8 a.m. on Wednesday, not far from Bensalem. Find out more about the accident at Bensalem Patch.
DA to Announce Charges in Fatal Crash Prosecutors and police said they will announce charges against a driver in the crash that killed a 9-year-old girl last month on the Rt. 611 Bypass in Doylestown. Read more at Doylestown Patch.
Board Approves Reduction of Spring Break Holiday Days lost from Hurricane Sandy forced the district to reduce the end of March break down to two days. Any vacations scheduled for that week before Dec. 12 will not have to adhere to district policy and obtain the statement of educational benefit. Read more about the decision at Upper Southampton Patch.
Horsham 'Guardians' Watch Over Resting Places When a Horsham couple lost their jobs last year, they started a business delivering flowers and tributes and offering a little TLC to area grave sites. Find more about their work at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.