Just in case you missed a day at Patch, which can happen but shouldn't (sign up for our free newsletters), here's a look at the top headlines around our area this week:
Injured Teen Airlifted from Technical High School
An emergency medical helicopter took a teen with a broken leg from Bucks County Technical High School to the hospital on Thursday.
Mother of a Murdered 18-Month-Old Faces Criminal Charges
Nakia Adams, 28, was arraigned on Monday on a charge of endangering the welfare of children
Truman Grad Performs with Beyoncé at Super Bowl
Crystal Torres, from Bristol Township, played the trumpet in Beyoncé's halftime act at the the Super Bowl.
Sexual Assault Reported in Doylestown
A woman was putting things in the back seat of her car when a man grabbed her from behind, police report.
Murder Charge Held Against Driver in Fatal Crash
Drew Bodden will face trial in connection with the Nov. 21 high-speed car crash on the Rt. 611 Bypass that killed Holly Huynh.
Homeless Count Shines Light on Invisible Problem
The Housing Continuum and Care agency counted more than 150 unsheltered people living in Bucks County.
Scaled-Back Courthouse Wins Approval
Bucks County commissioners estimated the county would save $300,000 in construction costs by reconfiguring the new justice center's fifth floor.
24-year-old Philadelphia man was arrested for DUI in Lower Southampton.
'Abuse' of Subpoena Costs Ex-Tullytown Councilman His Job
Former Tullytown Councilman George Fox will not face charges.
The Lower Moreland Police Department and the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office are looking for Michael Bivans after an armed robbery in Huntingdon Valley.
Upper Moreland Looking for Ways to Improve Willow Grove Town Center
The Upper Moreland Township Revitalization Task Force is looking for ways to improve the look of the Willow Grove Town Center.
Hatboro Pet Store Gets Second Life
A Dog’s Life (and a Cat’s Too) in downtown Hatboro will remain open under new ownership.