- A gray tabby has been missing in the Millcreek section of Levittown since Dec. 3. The cat, which goes by the name 'Mittens,' has gray fur with white on the belly and paws. If found, contact the owner at (215) 486-5892.
- The sounds of teenage excitement filled the Bucks County Courthouse Community Room Wednesday morning as Commissioners Robert Loughery and Diane Ellis-Marseglia proclaimed the occasion “Neshaminy Girls Soccer State Champions Day” throughout the county. The members of the undefeated Lady ‘Skins team wore their gold state championship medals, and head coach Rachel Clemens cradled the team trophy and its silver soccer ball hardware. En route to a state final, 2-1 overtime victory against Spring-Ford on November 16 in Hershey, the Lady ‘Skins posted 19 shutouts, won their second consecutive Suburban One National championship and the school’s first girls soccer District 1 crown.
- The Neshaminy football team will attempt to match the soccer team's success when it takes the field at Northeast High School against St. Joe's Prep in the PIAA Class AAAA semifinals Saturday at 3 p.m. The winner will move on tot he state championship at Hersheypark Stadium.
- Casino impact grants have been awarded to several Lower Bucks municipalities, the Bucks County Courier Times reports. The $3.7 million in grants will help fund local projects, including Middletown Township's repairs to Big Oak Road and Bristol's plan to retrofit street lights.
- Wet and rainy for today and into the rest of the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. The rain is likely to turn into snow and sleet on Saturday and Sunday, with temperatures in the mid-40s.
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