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Regional Roundup: Police ID Victims Killed in I-95 Crash

Catch up on headlines from Montgomery and Bucks Counties.

Police ID Victims Killed in I-95 Crash: A 19-year-old Philadelphia woman and a 51-year-old Pennington, NJ man, were killed while four others were injured in a crash on I-95 near the border of Bensalem and Bristol Saturday evening. Read more about the accident on Lower Southampton Patch.

Eat Pancakes with Santa on Saturday: Santa will be visiting Southampton a little early this year, as he will be in town for a pancake breakfast at Applebee's this Saturday. Children and Adults can dine with Jolly Ol' Saint Nick, courtesy of the Southampton Kiwanis Club, on Dec. 1 from 8 to 10 a.m. Get all of the details on Upper Southampton Patch.

Another Case of Counterfeit Money in Lower Moreland: An employee of Ferrari Sunoco on Huntingdon Pike report that someone tried to pass him a counterfeit $100 bill. The actors left the scene by the time the police showed up, but the employee said they left in a light blue or silver sedan. Read more from the police blotter on Lower Moreland Patch.

Taste of Willow Grove Set for Dec. 2: More than 20 restaurants will show off samples of their finest offerings at the annual Taste of Willow Grove on Dec. 2. Get the details on Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch.

PHOTOS: 2012 Bristol Borough Holiday Parade: Thousands of people lined the streets of Bristol Borough on Saturday to watch the traditional Christmas parade. Check out our photos and add your own on Levittown Patch.

Where to Donate Warm Clothing for Sandy Victims: A local voices blogger wants to donate winter clothing to those affected by Hurricane Sandy. If you know of a local clothing drive, comment on Warminster Patch.

 : Looking for a job? Find out what local businesses are hiring on Bensalem Patch.

Newtown Arts Company to Present 'Charlie Brown': Newtown Arts Company will bring the Peanuts characters to life in its upcoming production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” The musical opens this Thursday at the historic Newtown Theatre and will be performed through Dec. 5. Read more about the upcoming performance on Newtown Patch.

: Community group’s move to become an education foundation will strengthen its ties with Central Bucks School District. Read more on Doylestown Patch.

Hatboro to Approve Wage Tax on Wednesday: The Hatboro Borough Council is holding a special meeting to approve the $52 per year local services tax. Get all the details on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

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