A service dog has been reported missing,
There will be no teachers’ strike in the Pennsbury School District this year.
See the latest crime in Falls.
Falls Township will be providing residents with a unique opportunity this fall as part of their relationship with the state’s Horticultural Society.
Bristol Township Council is expected to vote on the hiring of two new police officers at their next meeting.
Provided by PennDOT: As part of a focus on reducing drug- and alcohol-related crashes, PennDOT, state police and municipal police will take part in the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement initiative through Labor Day. “Even though the number of people killed in drug- and alcohol-related crashes decreased last year, we and law(…)
The Bucks County West Nile Program will be conducting an ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation to reduce high populations of mosquitoes capable of transmitting West Nile Virus on Tuesday, September 8 in parts of Bristol Township, Falls Township and Middletown Township.
When the police tell you to stop, you probably should.
By Andrew Staub | PA Independent It’s no big fish story: Pennsylvania’s growing public pension obligations could soon hook anglers across the state. Lawmakers are considering increasing fishing license and permit fees for the first time since 2005 as the state Fish and Boat Commission trolls for about $9.1 million in revenue to sustain core(…)
Meet two adoptable pets from the Bucks County SPCA.
Tullytown Borough Council recognized the police officers who responded to an hours-long standoff with two men at a gun store last winter.
A 33-year-old Falls Township man accused of a vandalism spree that involved firebombing a church waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Wednesday.
Middletown officials announced Thursday that South Flowers Mill Road will be closing for approximately two months starting Tuesday, September 8.
Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick write about the ‘Do-Something’ Congress.
The debate has continued over the last year or so whether impending Neshaminy School District fifth graders were ready for the perils, stress, and maturity of area district middle schools; but as new Carl Sandburg middle schoolers, and yes, fifth graders, are discovering, the fun has just begun.
A Naloxone training program is coming to Lower Bucks County next month.
See the latest crime in Bristol Township.
Many students attending the Bristol Township School District, Bucks County Technical High School, Neshaminy School District and Pennsbury School District went back to class this week.
A 26-year-old Philadelphia man accused of fatally stabbing his father with a sword waived his right to a preliminary hearing before a district judge Wednesday afternoon.
The work to make Bristol Township’s three new elementary schools “state-of-the-art” is underway, and under budget.