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Regional Roundup: Coroner IDs Train Accident Victim

Today's top stories from around the region.

Northampton Police Suspect Alcohol Involved in Thursday Accident The one-car accident occurred on Newtown Richboro Road by Fir Drive. When police arrived, the driver, a 17-year-old male from Churchville, was injured and transported to the Saint Mary Medical Center for the treatment of his injuries. Get more about the accident at Northampton Patch.

Demolition of Abandoned Homes Begins in Newtown A string of abandoned and boarded-up houses at Durham and Eagle roads is being demolished in the coming weeks to make way for an assisted living complex. Find out more about the construction plans at Newtown Patch.

Neshaminy High School Student ID'd As Train Accident Victim A 16-year-old Langhorne resident's death on the train track in Middletown was ruled accidental, officials said Wednesday. Read more about the coroner's findings at Lower Southampton Patch.

Bomb Threat Made at Truman High School School administrators sent letters home to parents Wednesday informing them that district security was made aware of the threat this past weekend, which was written in the boy's locker room. Read more about the threat at Levittown Patch.

Montgomery County District Courts to be Audited with $20M in Receipts Stewart Greenleaf announced today that "the funds held by the District Courts are too significant to go unaudited by the county." Get more info about the audit at Lower Moreland Patch.

Upper Moreland Announces District Band and Orchestra Selections Twelve Upper Moreland High School students will represent the district in the upcoming 2012-2013 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District 11 music festivals. Find out who the students are at Upper Moreland Patch.

Hatboro's Village Pretzels Eyes New Offerings After 40 years, a new owner has taken over Village Pretzels and upgrades and new food choices are on the horizon. Read more about the delicious changes at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Services Set for Doylestown CouncilmanWilliam H. "Bill" Stevens III served two stints on the Doylestown borough council. He passed away on Sunday after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Read more about Stevens at Doylestown Patch.

 Looking to ring in the new year with a new job? Check out these Southampton-based businesses that are currently hiring. Find out what positions are open at Upper Southampton Patch.

Car Hits Pedestrian on I-95 A woman walking along an I-95 on ramp in Bensalem was struck by a car’s side mirror. Read more about the incident at Bensalem Patch.

Warminster Health Inspections for December 2012 The Bucks County Health Department visited several food-serving establishments in Warminster last month. Find out how your favorite restaurant did at Warminster Patch.

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