The Falls Township man that police say started three fires at the Restoration Church in the Pinewood section of Levittown has officially been charged for his crimes.
Dr. Amy Moyer would not be where successful today if it were not for the help of the Bucks County Opportunity Council.
Mosquito spraying will take place in Falls Township Thursday night, officials said.
Traffic on northbound Route 1 was slowed Monday afternoon after a truck lost its cargo.
A police officer running for Falls Township constable has secured a spot on the fall ballot.
A Falls Township man has been charged with robbing a man.
See the latest from Falls Township police.
The Bucks County Division of Emergency Services recently announced the upgrade of its mass emergency notification system.
The state Senate on Wednesday approved legislation that would allow consumers to have wine shipped straight to their door from wineries across the world — and they uncorked a tax break to celebrate.
Hundreds of superheros came out to brave the stormy weather this weekend to participate in Fairless Hills Relay for Life.
Five people were transported to local hospitals after crash Sunday morning in Bristol Township.
Falls Township police are investigating a troubling incident.
With Falls Township police investigating a possible police impostor who tried to pull a vehicle over, here is a listing of what local police department vehicles look like.
In its first five years, the Affordable Care Act has survived technical meltdowns, a presidential election, two Supreme Court challenges — including one resolved Thursday — and dozens of repeal efforts in Congress. But its long-term future still isn’t ensured.
A Bristol Township man convicted of charges related to a crash that killed a retired Maryland law enforcement official was arrested recently on a Montgomery County warrant.
See the latest crime in Bristol Township.
The Bristol Borough School Board approved a new budget without raising taxes for residents.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission advises motorists that a seven-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) will be closed in both directions for six hours on June 28 between the Bensalem (Exit #351) and Bristol Township’s Delaware Valley (Exit #358) interchanges.
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life event in Fairless Hills will take place this week.
July 4th Spectacular Sale Underway At Blonder’s Discount Appliance Center