Firefighters from various companies rushed to the scene of a blaze on Coral Lane in Bristol Township’s Levittown section.
PennDOT learned late yesterday that laminate supplied by vendors for driver’s licenses did not have the proper security image on the front of the license
Despite what the township manager has claimed, there was no police cover-up in Bristol Township, according to a grand jury report.
Philadelphia Flyers player Zac Rinaldo will be at the Oxford Valley Mall in Middletown on Friday night.
Those who are interested in applying or qualifying for property tax rebates or rent rebates are invited to a series of events held throughout the area.
To celebrate its founding in 1964 and opening its doors to students in 1965, Bucks County Community College is hosting a 50th Anniversary Faculty Lecture Series to share compelling topics with the community and showcase its instructors.
The man that police say drove the wrong way down Route 13 in Falls Township on the night of October 30 and struck two vehicles, killing a Lower Makefield woman, has been charged and arraigned.
A group of residents running for the Neshaminy School Board have filed a petition and complaint for a declaratory order against the district.
Police plan to charge a 22-year-old man Thursday in connection with the death of a 23-year-old woman who lost her life in a nasty wreck on Route 13 in Falls Township, according to authorities.
Penndel Borough will finally have space for it’s police department, space that council members say it desperately needs. But will the space end up costing the borough money it just doesn’t have?
Though it may not seem like it, the end of winter is near. Until that glorious moment when the temperatures start crawling out of the frigid basement, the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors would like to remind residents of the importance of moving vehicles off the road during snow emergencies.
Read today’s letter to the editor.
Three businesses in a Hulmeville Borough warehouse were damaged by a two-alarm fire Wednesday evening.
Fire crews were called to a property in the area of Reetz and Lincoln avenues in Hulmeville Borough Wednesday for a structure fire.
The Lower Makefield Police Department with the help of Tullytown police have arrested two in connection with marijuana sales in Levittown.
A doctor already charged with “pill mill” out of medical offices in Bristol Township and Philadelphia is facing more charges, according to federal officials.
A man raised the American flag over Levittown earlier this week.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has brazenly proclaimed his plans to lure businesses from Pennsylvania, his pitch hitting on low taxes and business-friendly policies.
I was recently made aware of possible unauthorized transactions made by a former employee.
Police successfully apprehended former editor and publisher Jeffrey Bohen, 46, during the evening of February 24 on suspicion of forgery and theft.