Regional Roundup: Holland Doctor Gets Prison Term for Selling Percocet
Take a look at the news making headlines around the Bucks and Montgomery County region Wednesday.
Holland Doctor Gets Year in Prison for Illegally Selling Percocet: A Holland doctor was sentenced to a year and one day in prison after illegally selling the pain killer from his Trenton, N.J. office, according to reports. Read the full story on Northampton Patch.
Pearl Buck Students Deck the Walls at Pearl S. Buck House 34th Annual Festival of Trees: Students from Neshaminy School District's Pearl Buck Elementary helped decorate the Pearl S. Buck house for the holidays. Read the full story on Lower Southampton Patch.
Great Dane from Bensalem to be Honored at National Dog Show: If you watch the "The National Dog Show Presented by Purina®" on Thanksgiving, you might see a local Great Dane named James. Read the full story on Bensalem Patch.
FBI: Levittown Man Sentenced for $400K+ Fraud. Read about the illegal purchases William Rullo allegedly made using govenment funds on Levittown Patch.
Supervisors Hold Line on Taxes: The Upper Southampton Township Board of Supervisors proposed a balanced budget with no additional real estate taxes for 2013. Read the full story on Upper Southampton Patch.
Warminster Township Supervisors Adopt Proposed $14.5 Million Budget: Cuts in personnel and capital projects helped Township Manager Rich Manfredi present a balanced budget proposal to the Warminster Board of Supervisors. Read the full story on Warminster Patch.
Newtown Borough Tree Lighting Set for Next Week: The annual Christmas tree lighting takes place Friday, Nov. 30 at the Newtown Firehouse on Liberty Street. Read the full story on Newtown Patch.
Santa Paws Returns to Doylestown: Get your pooch's portrait with Santa taken at Life on the Leash. Read the full story on Doylestown Patch.
Hatboro Spa Puts Clients ‘In Good Hands’: Five former employees of Spa Escape have branched off in a new Hatboro-based business, In Good Hands Salon and Spa. Read the full story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.