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Regional Roundup: Naked Doylestown Man Arrested After Gnawing on Woman’s Head

Read today's top headlines from the Bucks and Montgomery County region.

 

: A 20-year-old Doylestown man has been arrested in northern Pennsylvania after stripping naked, jumping out a window and attacking a woman walking nearby. Find out more about this bizarre incident on Doylestown Patch.

: A 29-year-old man said that while he was walking home from work around 11:15 p.m. on Wednesday night three males jumped him and robbed him in the area of Tabor and Pennsylvania Avenues. Read more police news on Upper Southampton Patch.

Opponents of Pennsylvania's new voter ID will make their case Thursday before the state Supreme Court. Visit Bensalem Patch for more details.

: More than 225 properties are on the list for Friday's Bucks County sheriff's sale. View the list of properties on Levittown Patch.

The 8-minute lock down at a Hatboro elementary school was carried out at the Montgomery County dispatch's request. Find out what the cause of the lock down was on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

: Wednesday night, the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers' negotiation team sought clarification from the Neshaminy School Board on their latest offer that was referred to as a "game changing" proposal. Go to Lower Southampton Patch to find out how many questions the union asked.

: Make this holiday special with these traditional recipes and share some of your favorites. Test these recipes on Upper Moreland Patch.

: Delegates with the Pennsylvania Democratic Party gathered at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. last week and said they have eyes on several candidates to challenge Gov. Tom Corbett in 2014. Read what Corbett's approval rating is on Warminster Patch.

: The bike ride that benefits the CRB1 fund for curing retinal blindness is back for a second year. Read what the event organizers had to say on Northampton Patch.

: The Newtown Business Association's Expo was held Wednesday evening and was estimated to have drawn more than 1,000 people. View photos of the event on Newtown Patch.

: Hair stylists, registered nurse, EMTs, paramedics and more positions are open at Huntington Valley businesses. See what other businesses are hiring on Upper Moreland Patch.

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