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Regional Roundup: Del Val Student Death Investigation Still Underway

Check out all the biggest headlines from the area.

 

Del Val Death Investigation Still Underway: The Bucks County Coroner is awaiting several test results before he can say how Gabrielle Hillman died. Read more on Doylestown Patch.

Hardware House Has New Owner: Newtown resident Bill Newell on Monday took the reigns at the beloved borough business. Read more on Newtown Patch.

Veterans' Field Playground Nears Completion: Crews have been working to finish the playground and construction is expected to be completed by Monday. Read more on Upper Southampton Patch.

Officers Respond to Report of Struck Pedestrian: Police also provided an update on the truck that struck the Cedar Avenue bridge in Croydon. Read more on Levittown Patch.

Police Report Three DUIs Over Weekend: Northampton Township Police reported to three incidents over the weekend that could result in DUI charges. Read more on Northampton Patch.

:Spend your weekend locally while raising funds and awareness for breast cancer. There are also a lot of other seasonal and family-friendly events in the area this weekend. Read more on Lower Southampton Patch.

Photo Contest: Put Your Pet in a Costume: Post your cutest pictures of your pets in costume and you could win a Patch prize pack and $50. Read more on Warminster Patch.

Police: Serial Burglar Robbed Horsham Jeweler: Authorities said a man suspected of robbing a Newtown Township jewelry store on three separate occasions, as well as a Montgomery Township Costco, is believed to have burglarized Jems Jewels and Gold in Horsham Township. Read more on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Armed Robbery at Easton Road Manhattan Bagel: An armed black male walked into the Manhattan Bagel and got away with cash. Read more on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.

Lion’s Pride Award: Renee Van Naarden: The Octobert Lion's Pride Award was recently presented at the latest School Board meeting. Read more on Lower Moreland Patch.

Parx Tables Generate $9.3M in Sept: Table games at the local casino generated $1,190,249 in state taxes and $186,684 in local taxes for Bensalem and Bucks County. Read more on Bensalem Patch.

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