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:
'She Said She Would Cut Off My Penis'
A former Bristol Township woman will be going to trial on charges she tried to kill her ex-husband and mother-in-law.
Bensalem Woman Charged with Homicide in Bristol Motorcycle Crash
A Bensalem woman was charged Wednesday with numerous offenses in connection with a deadly motorcycle crash that happened along Newportville Road.
Father's Day Standoff Shooter to Seek Insanity Defense
Richard Klementovich's lawyer says his client was temporarily insane when he allegedly shot at police officers during a day-long standoff in Doylestown Township on Father's Day.
Neighbors Mobilizing Against Mobile Home Park
Residents of the Newtown Walk community are banding together to stop the proposal and Headly's board is hosting local officials tonight to discuss the project.
'Act of Kindness' Contest Kicks off in Memory of Sandy Hook Victim
To enter, children should write or draw their story of their own act of kindness. Anyone under the age of 18 can participate.
Police: Shots Fired on County Line Road; Gunman at Large
Police continue to search for a man with a handgun who allegedly shot four times along County Line Road in Warminster this morning.
Alleged Suspect in Warminster Shooting in Custody
Jose Delgado faces several charges including discharging a firearm, terroristic threats, simple assault, reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.
Monopoly Piece Will No Longer Pass Go
The makers of the popular board game has asked the public to choose a token for retirement and its replacement.
Langhorne Borough Council Opposes Neshaminy School Closings
Langhorne Borough Council member Kathy Horwatt told the Neshaminy School Board Tuesday night that the council opposes the closing of Oliver Heckman Elementary.
Assault Reported at the Methadone Clinic
One patient assaulted another patient outside of the Discovery House on Philmont Avenue.
New Comet ISON Could Make Skywatchers' Year in 2013
The comet was discovered by two amateur astronomers in September.
Horsham Plans to Ground Airport Crash Zone
The Horsham Township Council introduced an ordinance for the third time to eliminate the Airport Crash and Noise Overlay District.