Check out these highlights from around the region, and click on the link to read the full article.
: A Warminster man, Thomas W. Borden, 33, who was struck by a SEPTA train while fleeing from police in Jenkintown on Monday morning, has died from his injuries, authorities said this afternoon. For more on this go to Warminster Patch.
: An estimated 600 people waited at the doors outside of Impact Thrift in anticipation for its official opening in Feasterville Saturday morning. Read more and see photos on Lower Southampton Patch.
: Between April 16 and 22, Trevose troopers made five DUI arrests. Get more information about the arrests on Bensalem Patch.
: Bristol Township Police reported to two separate incidents on Red Cedar Drive on April 16, according to the recent blotter. An I-Pass was taken from a car parked on the street and a vandal broke the passenger side mirror off of another car on the same street. For more from the police blotter go to Levittown Patch.
: Newtown Township police responded to a call on April 17, that two males were acting unruly in Bed, Bath & Beyond. When the subjects were located, one of the men had two cans of compressed air and was inhaling the substance. For more from the police blotter visit Newtown Patch.
: Hopkins Ford will donate $20 to the Lower Moreland football team for every car that is test driven by local residents on Saturday, May 5. Get the full story on Lower Moreland Patch.
: The Centennial School Board of Directors will meet Monday evening at 7 p.m. to vote to execute the agreement of the sale for Stackpole Elementary School and more. For the full agenda visit Upper Southampton Patch.