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Regional Roundup: Three-alarm Fire Sweeps Industrial Plant

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

 

Three-alarm Fire Sweeps Buckingham Industrial Plant: The fire at a complex near the Doylestown Airport raged for about two hours early Tuesday morning. Read more about the fire on Doylestown Patch.

: A Bristol Township resident died from injuries sustained when she was hit by a car. Bristol Borough police are investigating the accident. Read the details of the incident on Levittown Patch.

Deer Causes I-95 Crash: Police said the accident occurred in the right lane when the front of a vehicle, driven by a 21-year-old Bristol man, struck a deer. Read more about the incident on Bensalem Patch.

Police Charge Two Woman with Retail Theft: Two women were charged with retail theft after being arrested at the Neshaminy Mall Macy's. Read more incidents on Lower Southampton Patch.

: The Warminster administration wants to prevent a situation similar to what happened in Northampton Township over the summer, when ATC plan to install poles on the township right-of-way sparked a contentious legal battle. Read more about the Township on Warminster Patch.

Hatboro Council: No Tax Hike in 2013: The Hatboro Borough Council is poised to adopt its 2013 budget on Dec. 17. Read more about taxes on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Apple Store Opens in Willow Grove Mall: The latest Apple Store opened in the Willow Grove Mall this past weekend. Find out more about the store and its products on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.

Deer Hunt Set for Tyler State Park: The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Pennsylvania Game Commission have scheduled a one-day regulated deer hunt in Tyler Park for Dec. 5. Read more about the event on Northampton Patch.

Newtown Entrepreneur Debuts Beer 'Fusion Tower' at Whole Foods: Combining beer with fresh ingredients, product is poised for a breakthrough. Read more about the "Fusion Tower" on Newtown Patch.

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