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Regional Roundup: Teens Involved in Fiery Wreck at Tyler State Park

Read the stories that making headlines around the region Tuesday.

Teens Involved in Fiery Wreck at Tyler State Park: Two teenage girls from Levittown were involved in a scary wreck at Tyler State Park in Newtown last week. The driver is suspected of driving drunk. Read about the story and see the accompanying video shot from the helmet cam of a firefighter on scene at Newtown Patch. 

Fonthill Named to 'Awe-Inspiring' Castles List: Henry Mercer's iconic former home has been listed as a top U.S. castle to visit. Get the full story on Doylestown Patch. 

Man Attempts to Steal $700 of Merchandise from Kmart: Read about this and details of several other incidents and arrests on Lower Southampton Patch.

What Will Become of This Former Bank?: This bank building located on York Road has remained empty for quite some time. Read about the vacant commercial space and enter your thoughts on what kind of businesses you think should inhabit the space on Warminster Patch.

Historical Society to Host Flea Market on Sept. 29: The Bensalem Historical Society is looking for donated items that it can sell and renting spaces at its flea market. Read about how you can partcipate on Bensalem Patch. 

Upper Moreland Participating in Gun Buyback Program: Residents are encouraged to turn in their guns for a cash reward. Get the details on Upper Moreland - Willow Grove Patch. 

Who's Hiring in Levittown: Looking for a job? Check out the list of businesses in the Levittown area that are hiring on Levittown Patch. 

County Reminds Residents of Rabies Risk: Bucks County has five reported cases of rabies in 2012, the latest being a stray cat in Buckingham, which deliberately attacked a woman who walked in its path. Read the full story on Upper Southampton Patch. 

School Board Agenda: Improve Sports Fields, ADA Accessible Route, More: The Lower Moreland School Board will hold its public meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Pine Road. Read about what is on the agenda on Lower Moreland Patch.

Should Hatboro Residents Foot Costs for Woodwinds Buyouts?: The Hatboro Borough Council is discussing who should cover the local 3 percent match should 12 Woodwinds condominiums receive buyouts from the federal government. Read more about this story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

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