Regional Roundup: Arson Suspected in 2 House Fires

Read the news making headlines around Bucks and Montgomery Counties.


Suspected Arson Strikes 2 Horsham Residences: Two fires are believed to have been set outside of two Horsham homes in the early morning hours Tuesday. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham 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 all about the game on Lower Moreland Patch. 

Neshaminy High School Club Hosts District-Wide Toiletry Drive: The high school service club is collecting items for families forced out of their homes following Hurricane Sandy. Read how you can help on Lower Southampton Patch.

State Police: Drivers Lose Control and Crash on I-95: Police report two one-vehicle accidents. Read more about the incidents on Bensalem Patch. 

Cubby the Pomeranian Passes Away: Days after being reunited with the family Cubby missed for 8 months, the Pomeranian passed away over the weekend. Read the Cubby's story and a touching letter to the editor on Levittown Patch. 

: Students missed four days of school because of Hurricane Sandy, which makes the last day of school June 19, 2013. Read the full story on Northampton Patch. 

A Soft Place to Rest Their Head: Centennial students brought in their own used blankets, pillows and towels and donated them to the Wet Nose Rescue organization to give foster dogs a warm bed. Read all about the effort on Warminster Patch. 

Newtown's Annual Holiday Parade Set for Dec. 2: The 8th annual parade is sponsored by the Newtown Business Association. Read the full story on Newtown Patch. 

Power Outage in North Doylestown Tuesday Morning: Electric service is expected to be restored quickly, borough officials said. Read more on Doylestown Patch. 

Upper Moreland to Hear Wawa Development Plans: Township Supervisors will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. See what else is on the agenda on Upper Moreland Patch. 


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