A manatee, also known as a sea cow, is hanging out in the Delaware River.
Supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders’ bid for president are holding an event Wednesday evening in Levittown.
In response to the National Weather Service’s Excessive Heat Warning currently in effect, the Bucks County Board of Commissioners will extend hours from Wednesday to Friday, July 29-31, 2015 until 6:00 p.m. at several senior community centers as a respite from the dangerous heat and humidity.
According to police, Tuesday’s raid on a Bristol Township apartment complex netted a 20-year-old Middletown man wanted in connection with an alleged armed robbery that happened earlier this year.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced Tuesday that two more Lower Bucks County mosquitoes tested positive for the virus recently.
Over the weekend, Middletown Township police officers uncovered an attempted burglary suspect just blocks away from the alleged scene of the crime.
The American Legion Post 834 will soon host a veteran’s expo and open house.
For college students and recent graduates with an interest in the political process and public service, Republican Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) has just the internship for you.
A high-speed chase that started in Tullytown Tuesday morning ended in New Jersey a short time later.
One Day Regional Rail passes for the Papal Visit will be made available through an online lottery scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 3.
Authorities from several law enforcement agencies conducted a raid at a Bristol Township apartment complex Tuesday morning.
The tension was immensely high Monday night when Penndel Borough Councilman Gianpiero Lo Piccolo motioned for an end to Arlene Harms’ term as borough president.
The region was glued to the screens of their mobile devices and computers Monday evening as a man driving a older white van led law enforcement on a low-speed chase through Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Pennsylvania’s imperfect education funding system has shorted some school districts more than $1 billion, one lawmaker says.
World War II veterans were honored at last Monday’s Middletown Township Board of Supervisors meeting.
They say you never get a second chance at a first impression, so dress accordingly. OK, so we added that last part, but it’s not completely off base.
A majority of voting members of the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers (NFT) have approved a tentative one-year contract.
In hopes of capturing the male suspect who robbed a gas station and pistol whipped a clerk, Bristol Township police have released surveillance images from the Saturday morning incident.
The main federal fund for roads and bridges runs at a deep deficit. If even red states can raise the gas tax, why can’t Congress?
Construction contractors have spent the summer buzzing around Herbert Hoover Elementary School, Albert Schweitzer Elementary School and Carl Sandburg Middle School in Middletown.