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Regional Roundup: Tiles Stolen From Kids Castle

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Regional Roundup: Tiles Stolen From Kids Castle

Tiles Stolen From Kids Castle The culprits have a few days to return the artwork, no questions asked, but after that, the "Knights of Kids Castle" will be on patrol. Read more about the theft at Doylestown Patch.

Teens Collect Funds for Fallen Friend Friends of Bucks County Technical High School student Ryan Viola raised funds over the weekend to help the Bensalem teen's family. Read more about their efforts at Levittown Patch.

NHS Cheer Wins Community Service Award The Neshaminy High School cheerleading program won a monetary prize to help pay the way to a national competition. Learn more about the squad at Lower Southampton Patch.

Centennial School District Community Gathers for Davis Dedication Families, students, faculty, administration and government officials for a ribbon-cutting ceremony honoring the dedication of the new Davis Elementary school. Check out video of te event at Upper Southampton Patch.

'School Counts' Puts Students on Employment Fast Track Hatboro-Horsham High School is piloting a program that offers credentialing of prospective student employees and gives those who meet requirements guaranteed job interviews. Get more info about the program at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Upper Moreland Intermediate School Celebrates Career Day Students welcomed over 40 presenters in this year's event, including Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Milrod, State Representative Tom Murt and Hatboro Mayor Hawkes. Check out pictures of the event at Upper Moreland Patch.

Lower Moreland Board of Commissioners to Consider Resignation of Township Manager The first item on Tuesday night's agenda deals with the resignation of the township manager and discussing the future plan of management in the township. Get the full agenda at Lower Moreland Patch.

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