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Regional Roundup: Charges Filed in String of Local Jewelry Store Robberies

Today's top headlines from the Bucks and Montgomery County area.

Charges Filed in Local Jewelry Store Robberies: Newtown Township police have charged two men who they believe are responsible for a string of jewelry store robberies. Find out what all the charges are on Newtown Patch.

Major Suburban Meth Ring is Caught: A methamphetamine trafficking organization that worked in Pennsylvania through Bucks and Montgomery counties have been caught in "Operation Blowout." Visit Warminster Patch to read about the investigation.

Lack of Attorney Postpones Dinkins Trial to January: Former Tennent choral director Tyrone Dinkins will face 16 counts related to unlawful contact with female students on Jan. 7. Get the details of the charges he's facing on Upper Southampton Patch.

: Bensalem Police arrested two men on Monday. Find out what they were charged with on Bensalem Patch.

Cops: Man With Knife Steals Medication: Bristol police also handled other calls, including the theft of $1,000 in quarters. Read the most recent police reports on Levittown Patch.

Recent Arrests in Upper Moreland: Police reported charges filed ranged from DUI to retail theft. Get all the details on Upper Moreland Patch.

Health Inspections: Is Your Favorite Restaurant Clean?: The Bucks County Department of Health recently inspected several Richboro, Holland and Churchville restaurants. Read the reports on Northampton Patch.

New Apartments Coming to Hatboro Development: Work is ongoing at Wynfair Apartments on North York Road in Hatboro. The owner received approval from the Hatboro Borough Council last year to build 10 new units. Check out pictures of the construction site on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

School Board Approves Comprehensive Plan: After 18 months of study and deliberation, the Central Bucks School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a draft of the new comprehensive plan, which outlines the district's guiding principles. Read more about the plan on Doylestown Patch.

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