Mustang Driver Faces Murder Charge Bucks County prosecutors say a 37-year-old Plumstead man acted with malice when he caused a high speed car crash on the Rt. 611 Bypass in Doylestown. Read more about the charges at Doylestown Patch.
Identified Package Theft Suspects Confess to Crimes The Lower Southampton Police Department has arrested Nicole Frye, 30, and Bryan Reppert, 37, both of Philadelphia, for two thefts of delivered packages in Lower Southampton Township this week. Get more info about the incidents at Lower Southampton.
Upper Moreland Mini Thon Preview On December 14th from six o’clock until midnight, Upper Moreland students will be dancing to fund research for pediatric cancer in the schools first annual mini dance a thon. All proceeds will go directly towards the four diamonds fund to find a cure. Read more about the event at Upper Moreland Patch.
A truck was pulled from the Delaware Canal in Bristol Borough. The driver has not been located. Find out more about the incident at Levittown Patch.
Hatboro's Village Italian Bistro to Reopen Once opened, the family-run restaurant will be called Victorian Village Italian Bistro, a slight modification of its previous name. Get more info about the new owners at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Huntingdon Valley Resident Wins Scholarship Award Huntingdon Valley resident Eric Dyke, an engineering student at Drexel University, has been selected to receive a scholarship as part of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' (IEEE) Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Plus Initiative. Find out more about the achievement at Lower Moreland Patch.
Council Rock North Advances to the Finals in B101 Competition Council Rock North has won the semi-finals of B101’s Christmas Choir Competition, the radio station announced this morning. The school's choir beat out the competition with its rendition of "Deck the Halls" during Wednesday's semi-finals. Read more about the final round of the contest at Newtown Patch.
No Tax Increases for Northampton's $28 Million 2013 Budget The spending plan covers operating, capital and trust funds for the township. There were no increases in taxes, no employee layoffs and no service cuts. Get more info about the budget at Northampton Patch.