Regional Roundup: Council Rock Grad, Bristol Resident to be on Jeopardy Tonight

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

: Susan Jann, a 1998 Council Rock graduate, will appear on Jeopardy tonight at 7 p.m. on WPVI-6. Read more details on Newtown Patch.

: The Newtown, CT school shooting has spurred some retailers to suspend gun sales. Read the details onLower Southampton Patch.

Police Officer Hailed for Saving Driver's Life: Doylestown officials praised Officer Jessica Whiteside for saving the life of Suzanne Berry after the car crash that killed Berry's granddaughter, Holly Huynh. Read the full story on Doylestown Patch.

: Hatboro-Horsham School District said that the person or persons responsible for the dissemination of GPA and class rank information has been 'adjudicated through the Montgomery County Juvenile Court system in a manor we believe to be fair and just.' Read the complete story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

: Looking for a job? check out these Southampton-based businesses that are hiring. Check out what other companies are hiring on Upper Southampton Patch.

Bucks Mont Art League Changing Locations: The Bucks Mont Art League has changed its meeting locations, from the Warminster Library to the VFW on Louis Drive. The move is effective January 16, 2013. Read more local headlines on Warminster Patch.

: An Upper Moreland resident's house made it as one of 24 finalists in Patch's "Deck the House" contest. You can vote for your favorite now on Upper Moreland Patch.

Pennsbury Seniors Host Dinner for Seniors: Over 200 seniors were entertained and fed by a group of Pennsbury High School seniors. Read more local headlines on Levittown Patch.


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