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Regional Morning Briefing: After historic election, courtrooms get busy

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Regional Morning Briefing: After historic election, courtrooms get busy

Good Morning. Here are some of the top stories from around the region.

WEATHER

The cold is just starting. Get out the heavy jackets and sweaters, because it’s going to get downright icy. After a high of about 55 today, there will be the possibililty of freezing temps the next few days.

Have you seen this woman? Newtown Township looking for woman who stole eyeware from retail store (VIDEO)

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Have you seen this woman? Newtown Township looking for woman who stole eyeware from retail store (VIDEO)NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> Police are looking for a woman who stole a pair of eyeglasses from the Design for Vision store in the Newtown Shopping Center on Oct. 23 at about 11:30 a.m. Police said the woman, who can be…

Skateboarders, neighbors share thoughts at Lansdale meeting

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Skateboarders, neighbors share thoughts at Lansdale meeting

LANSDALE >> Borough officials and outside experts want to hear from Lansdale residents about what they’d like the planned borough skate park to look like, and Wednesday night marked the start of several months of discussion to shape those plans.

Design expert Jesse Clayton and landscape architect Al Gryga led a public discussion Wednesday night that drew input from dozens of skateboarders and neighbors, as they work to shape the park.

Hatfield tax collector Murphy holds on against Miller

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Hatfield tax collector Murphy holds on against Miller

HATFIELD TWP. >> The blue wave that swept through much of Montgomery County Tuesday night appears to not have made it to Hatfield Township.

Unofficial results from the Montgomery County Department of Voter Services put incumbent Republican tax collector Christina Murphy solidly ahead of Democrat challenger Dottie Miller, by a margin of 1,550 votes (59.