Investigators are still awaiting positive identification on a man who was struck by an Amtrak train in Bristol Township last week.
Bucks County Community College, which has been a hub of artistic creativity for 50 years, presents “Paradise Lost & Recycled” by Bryant Holsenbeck through March 13 at the Hicks Art Center Gallery.
See the latest police incidents in Middletown.
Police in Middletown are investigating the theft of $5,324 in Apple iPod Touch devices.
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Bucks County officials have issued a “Code Blue” declaration.
B and B Turf Management of Falls Township has been picked once again to handle the management of Bucks County-owned Oxford Valley Golf Course.
The Housing Continuum of Care of Bucks County (HCOCBC) will conduct its annual countywide “Point in Time” count of unsheltered homeless individuals on Thursday, January 29, 2015.
A woman was assaulted inside her Falls Township home, and police are looking for the suspect.
Four people are behind bars in connection with alleged heroin use in Levittown.
It was 106 years ago this week that the Jersey Devil came to Bristol.
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Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday pulled nominations for three Bucks County men, one who was the most recent lieutenant governor.
Neshaminy High School’s Head Football Coach Mike Frederick has officially resigned.
Convicted cop killer Robert Anthony Flor was in Bucks County court on Thursday for a hearing that is part of the State Post Conviction Relief Act.
Erik Arneson is about to become volunteer executive director of the Office of Open Records. He’s refusing to leave the post after new Gov. Tom Wolf fired him Thursday.
Two new after school programs will be coming to the Bristol Borough School District in February.
A winter storm is expected to bring rain, sleet and snow to the region late Friday night into Saturday.
Distracted driving is likely to blame for a minivan versus pedestrian accident outside the Levittown Walmart, police say.
Falls Township has announced the winners of its Holiday House Decorating Contest. The contest, which was announced by the township in early December, has been a standing tradition with the Park Advisory Board.