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Regional Roundup: Jersey-Grabbing Incident Under Investigation

Here are today's top stories around Bucks and Montgomery counties.

Neshaminy Investigates Reports of NHS Football Coach Grabbing Athlete Neshaminy district officials confirmed to Patch that they are investigating reports of an incident between Neshaminy High School football coach Mark Schmidt and a player. Get more about the incident at Lower Southampton Patch.

College Lacrosse Tourney to Honor Horsham Teen The Edward Taylor Coombs Memorial Fall Ball event will be played Saturday and Sunday at Hatboro-Horsham High School. Read more about the event at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

 

Hydrant Flushing Throughout Southampton This Week Residents may notice a short duration of reduced pressure and some discoloration in the water. Get more info about the project at Upper Southampton Patch.

De Anthony's Pizza & Pasta Has Closed The Italian restaurant closed its doors, and the property is under court order. No information on civil disputes or pending litigation could be found by searching the Office of the Prothonotary on Bucks County's website. Read more about the closing at Northampton Patch.

Newtown Man Still Missing Michael Naylon was last seen Sept. 28 walking down Route 413 towards Newtown from Worthington Mill Road. Get the latest on the search at Newtown Patch.

Neshaminy Senior Honored for School Newspaper Article Neshaminy High School senior Melanie Matyi has been selected as a Gold Circle Award Winner by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for her work with the school's newspaper, The Playwickian. Learn more about the award at Levittown Patch.

Lower Moreland Shows Dominance Under the Lights Against Jenkintown The Lions came up with a 33-6 win to improve their record to 5-1 on the season. Lower Moreland was dominant on both sides of the ball and Jenkintown’s only touchdown came late in the game with the outcome already determined. Read more about the game at Lower Moreland Patch.

First Annual Fall Party in Willow Grove On October 21, Veteran’s Memorial Park, at Easton and York Roads, will become a party land for adults and children as the neighbors gather to enjoy the pleasures of the living and working in this vibrant area. Read more about the upcoming event at Upper Moreland Patch.

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