Upper Moreland Student Killed in Accident: A 17-year-old male student lost his life after being struck by an SUV on Blair Mill Road yesterday. Read more about the accident on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.
Man With Axe and Machete Prompts Police Response: And township police conducted a truck inspection detail, in which five trucks were stopped on the Newtown Bypass. Read more from police at Newtown Patch.
Neshaminy Resident Calls Redskin Mascot 'Racist': Neshaminy School District resident and parent explained to the school board why the high school's mascot is racist Tuesday night. Join the conversation on Lower Southampton Patch.
SWAT Trains for Worst Case at Chemical Plant: Specialized police from Bucks County and Philadelphia recently held a massive drill in Falls Township. See photos on Levittown Patch.
Southampton Food Bank Continues to Seek Donations: Volunteers recently delivered 1000 pounds of food as well as gift cards to the food bank at the Jesus Focus Ministry. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.
Police Investigate Train Station Catalytic Converter Theft: Trevose troopers are investigating the theft of a catalytic converter from a vehicle in the Cornwells Heights Park & Ride lot. Get the full story on Bensalem Patch.
Lower Moreland: District 1 Champions: The Lions won the district title with a win over New Hope-Solebury in a game that came down to one final two-point conversion. Read more about the game on Lower Moreland Patch.
H-H May Need to Make Up School Closure Days: The three days that Hatboro-Horsham School District was closed leading up to and after Hurricane Sandy may need to be made up before the school year's out, an official said. Get the details on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Warminster Resident Recognized as one of Bucks County Forty Under 40: Yesterday, Greg Hucklebridge was recognized by the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer as one of their Forty Under 40. Read more on Warminster Patch.
Central Bucks Trims 2 Days from Calendar: Central Bucks School District students will make up only three of the five days lost to Superstorm Sandy. Get the details on Doylestown Patch.