Regional Roundup: Missing Elderly Woman Found Dead in Delaware River

Catch up on the top headlines from today.

Missing Elderly Woman Found Dead in Delaware River: Crews from Bensalem, Bristol and Lower Southampton searched the Neshaminy Creek and Delaware River for a 73-year-old woman who went missing Wednesday night. Read more on Lower Southampton Patch.

 Trevose Woman Arrested After Crashing Church Youth Group: A 36-year-old Trevose resident is charged with defiant trespassing, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after an incident that disrupted a church youth group and forced a classroom to be cleared of students Friday evening. Get the details on Bensalem Patch.

Drunk Man Drives to Police Station; DUI Charges Pending: Charges for DUI are pending after a man, who showed signs of intoxication, drove to the Northampton Township Police Department to complain about being fired from his job, according to police reports. Read more on Northampton Patch.

Bristol Woman Continues Jeopardy Winning Streak: Susan Jann, a Bristol Borough resident, won again on Wednesday's episode of Jeopardy. Read more on Levittown Patch.

'Meet the Candidate' Forum Cancelled: Centennial announces it will reschedule a town hall forum to meet the candidates for the new high school principal. Read more about this on Upper Southampton Patch.

Santa's Coming to Warminster This Weekend: Ol' St. Nick will tour the township neighborhoods riding atop Warminster and Hartsville firetrucks. Learn more on Warminster Patch.

Willow Grove Fire Company Will Name New Chief: Brian Focht will take over for Lee Perlmutter as the new Chief. The announcement will be made tonight. Read more on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.

Kids Castle Art Returned: The 3-foot tiles removed from the playground in Doylestown Township's Central Park have been returned. Read more on Doylestown Patch.

Benjamin Wheeler Memorial 5K to be Held Dec. 30: Benjamin Wheeler is the son of a Council Rock graduate who died in last week's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. Read more on Newtown Patch.

Buyouts for Hatboro Condos in 'Final Review': Hatboro officials said the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency is carrying out a final review for possible buyouts of a dozen Woodwinds condominiums. Get the details on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.


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