A new face will greet students at Harry S. Truman High School in Bristol Township come the first day of school.
For the first time in 15 years, tolls on the Burlington-Bristol Bridge might be going up.
The phenomenon known as a “blue moon” graced the skies above Bucks County last weekend.
A former student at Bristol Township’s Bucks County Technical High School was convicted of vehicular homicide and involuntary manslaughter last week.
Bristol Borough Council announced a donation to the Bristol Riverside Theatre at their Monday evening meeting.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has levied a $528,000 fine against Waste Management’s three Lower Bucks County landfill operations.
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for assistance from the public after a juvenile was shot with a paintball in Langhorne Manor Sunday evening.
The two Penndel Borough council members that announced resignations last week have since changed their minds. The earlier resignations by council members Beverly Wolfe and Barbara Heffelfinger, came after Democrat Arlene Harms was ousted 4-3 last week from her role as president. Harms, a longtime figure-head of the borough, was ousted last week by LoPiccolo, now(…)
As the temperature neared 90 degrees earlier this month, Marquis “Mack” Richardson sought relief in the Delaware River with a swim from the rock-strewn banks in Bristol, Pa. Near the shore, the river depth was between 4 and 5 feet and the 22-year-old, who grew up swimming the river in Camden, navigated the water with ease.
After an all-night investigation by Pennsylvania State Police, troopers have determined Sunday evening’s fatal crash on I-95 in Lower Makefield was caused by human error.
A new thrift shop has opened in Bristol.
George N. Redner, III died tragically on Saturday, August 1, 2015. He was 27.
See what police have been keeping busy with in Bristol.
Blonder’s Discount Appliance Center in Levittown is proudly celebrating 30 years in business.
Several people were rushed to area hospitals after a serious accident n I-95 in Lower Makefield.
See the latest crime in Middletown.
See what LevittownNow.com readers were clicking on last month.
The man killed when he was struck by an Amtrak train at SEPTA’s Levittown station in Tullytown Saturday morning has been identified as a local firefighter and medic.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train in Tullytown Saturday morning.
Bristol Township’s road repaving program continues to move along.