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Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant

Today's top stories from around the region.

Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant Regional Roundup: Local Man Caught with 20-Inch Pot Plant

Today's top stories from around the region.

: The plant had leaves with five serrated leaflets consistent with a marijuana leaf. Read more at Lower Moreland Patch.

: They were stolen from a home on Belmont Avenue sometime between Tuesday, August 2 and Tuesday, August 7. Read more at Upper Southampton Patch.

: The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers and Neshaminy School Board met to negotiate Thursday night, but did not make any progress. Read more at Lower Southampton Patch.

: Northampton Township Police released a recent crime summary for Friday, Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 5. Read more at Northampton Patch.

: Several local Twitter users met at a Wrightstown ice cream shop on Wednesday. Read more at Newtown Patch.

: Falls Township official start looking at options for building a new government center in 2014. Read more at Levittown Patch.

: A ceremony held at the Philadelphia museum honored 18 students ranging from second graders to high school graduates for their dedication to community service. Read more at Warminster Patch.

: The No. 3 seeded Horsham Astros will face the No. 2 seeded Warminster Warriors in a best of five semi-finals series which begins Saturday. Read more at Hatboro Horsham Patch.

: Doylestown police say the two teens caught drawing with chalk on a borough street were cited for criminal mischief because of other recent chalk graffiti. Read more at Doylestown Patch.

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