Student Found Dead At Delaware Valley College: A female student was found dead Monday afternoon in a South Hall dormitory room at DelVal. Doylestown and New Britain police and the Bucks County coroner's office are continuing an investigation into the death of a student on Monday at Delaware Valley College. Watch a video and view photos of the scene on Doylestown Patch.
NHS to Host 20th Annual 'Kaleidoscope of Bands': The high school's music department is hosting the event that is music department's biggest fundraiser and helps keep the "music flowing at Neshaminy School District." Find out which local high schools are participating on Lower Southampton Patch.
Parx Slot Machines Generate $30M in September: The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that the figure was the highest of all 11 state casinos. See how much gross revenue was earned by state casinos on Bensalem Patch.
Cameras Reduce Crime by 50% in Bristol: Over the past several months, crime in a deadly section of Bristol Township has been reduced using a new camera system. Read more about the cameras on Levittown Patch.
Fight Breaks Out During Council Rock Football Game: A fight involving “numerous juveniles” during a football game Friday at Council Rock High School North required township police to call in assistance from neighboring police departments. Newtown Patch has more details about the incident.
Hatboro Official: Tax Increase Necessary: Council President John Zygmont said a $52 local services tax, levied against Hatboro workers, could lessen the impact of a tax hike. Visit Hatboro-Horsham Patch to read more.
Fire Stations Open Doors for Fire Prevention Week: Northampton Township area fire stations are hosting open house events for Fire Prevention Week on Friday, Oct. 12 at several locations. Find out the times and locations on Northampton Patch.
Vendors Needed for OLGC Flea Market: Got things you want to sell? Our Lady of Good Counsel School is looking for vendors for a flea market on this Saturday. Visit Upper Southampton Patch to find out how to participate.
Lower Moreland Ranks 7th on Top Area Public High School List: LM made Philadelphia Magazine's list of the top 100 public high schools in the area for 2012. It ranks 7th overall, and second in Montgomery County. See how other local schools ranked on Lower Moreland Patch.