A cold front and more winter weather are on their way to Lower Bucks County.
First-term Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf announced his $33.8 billion spending plan that raises some taxes and cuts corporate and property taxes in the capital building in Harrisburg.
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Charges have been filed against a man who police say was driving under the influence when he struck a 10-year-old boy in December.
Students and staff at NHS displayed some unusual footwear Friday, February 27, all for a good cause.
The Bristol Borough Council met on March 2 to discuss the agenda for the March 9 agenda meeting.
The following was provided courtesy of the Bristol Township Police Department. Bristol Township February 25 Theft Sometime between 12:01 p.m. on Feb. 23 and 2:00 a.m. on Feb. 25, unknown subject(s) broke the lock on the change machine at the 5300 block of New Falls Road, Levittown, and removed the cash. The approximate value is unknown. February 27 Burglary(…)
Bucks County has a new human resources director.
Several people were taken by ambulance from a fire scene in Bristol Township Tuesday evening.
After nearly seven months, Bristol Township police have announced the cause behind a deadly summer crash on Mill Creek Parkway.
Middletown Township police are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying a vehicle they believe was used in a theft.
A Levittown native will be appearing on Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen” Tuesday night.
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The Langhorne-Neshaminy Cobras have finished as co-champions of their under 12 inter-county soccer league, finishing with a record of 9-1.
Forecasters are expecting a messy drive home Tuesday.
State-mandated Act 34 closing hearings for six Bristol Township Elementary Schools took place Monday evening.
Lower Makefield Township police have once again used a confidential informant (CI) to take down another suspected area drug dealer.
Bristol Township police have arrested one man after they say he held up a fake sign by the road asking motorists for money.
For the second straight legislative session, state House Republicans say it’s time to privatize liquor and wine stores.
Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler disagrees with Gov. Tom Wolf’s controversial move to issue a moratorium on Pennsylvania’s death penalty.