Regional Roundup: New Hanover Body ID'd as Local Model
Check out what else made news around the area with our daily regional headlines.
New Hanover Body ID'd as Local Model: The body that was discovered Wednesday along a cornfield in New Hanover has been identified as 26-year-old Natalie Marella, of Ambler, according to a press release from the Montgomery County District Attorney's office. Read the full story on Doylestown Patch.
Police: Son Tries to Gouge out his Father’s Eyes: A 61-year-old Northampton man was attacked by his son at 3:32 a.m. Sunday, according to the Northampton Township Police report. Read the details of the incident on Northampton Patch.
Local Health Inspections Conducted in August: The Bucks County Department of Health conducted inspections of several food-service establishments in Warminster. Find out which ones were inspected on Warminster Patch.
Newtown Cops to Hold DUI Checkpoint: Police officials said they would did not disclose the time and location of the checkpoint, but they will be out on patrol Labor Day weekend. Learn more on Newtown Patch.
Woman Steals, Forges & Cashes her Grandfather's Checks: A 23-year-old woman allegedly stole $905 from her grandfather's bank account by cashing checks at a Philadelphia bank. Read what else appears in the police log on Lower Southampton Patch.
Air Museum Seeks More Plane Restoration Space : Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association hopes to obtain hangar 175 at shuttered Willow Grove air base in Horsham to spread its wings in restoring planes. An official overseeing the site's redevelopment said, 'It's not going to happen. Read more details about the air museum on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
GoBananas Southampton Location Slated for September Opening: Richboro frozen yogurt store, opened a second location in New Britain Wednesday, and a third location is set to open its doors in Southampton in early September. Visit Upper Southampton Patch to read more about GoBananas.
Thieves Steal Cash, Computer, Copper and a Car: Bristol Township police report five thefts and burglaries on Monday and Tuesday. Read the details on Levittown Patch.