Middletown police are investigating two cases that involve elderly residents falling victim to phone fraud.
A handful of Neshaminy School District staff members were given awards for their service earlier this week.
The Boy Scouts of America’s ban on allowing gay adults to participate must change — and soon. That was President Robert Gates’ message in a speech Thursday at the organization’s annual national meeting.
Two women are accused of attacking the loss prevention officers who caught them stealing, according to Middletown police.
The Memorial Day weekend is filled with events to honor those who served.
Bristol Township School District’s Drummers with Attitude (DWA) will travel to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia to perform during halftime at the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships on May 25, 2015. The drummers will take the field at 1:45 p.m. and perform for approximately five minutes.
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A trip to the restroom for Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Jeffrey Hand led to an arrest.
Some taxpayers and parents were not thrilled Thursday evening when Bristol Township School District officials announced the construction of two schools was months behind scheduled.
Waste Management will have to cease all disposal operations at its Tullytown landfill within two years, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
Lower Southampton Township police have charged a Warminster woman with killing two Falls Township residents in a mid-March three vehicle crash. Police said they have confirmed the woman was driving under the influence of alcohol and prescription medications in the incident.
Falls Township officers took one man into custody early Thursday morning after he allegedly started a fight at a local bar and then tried to hide in a wooded area near Jo-Jo’s Ice Cream.
The heroes of tomorrow were forged at the Bucks County Rescue Squad in Bristol Township recently. The Bucks County Rescue Squad hosted training for how to deal with mass shooting events and improvised explosive device (IED) scenarios. The event was named the Columbine Mile, named after the 1999 mass killing at a Colorado high school. “This training(…)
The current Neshaminy School Board has no plans of stopping the already in motion consolidation plan.
A Washignton D.C. man who has had a warrant out for his arrest since late April has been taken into custody.
Over $2,000 of “dirt cheap” flowers were sold in Bristol Borough on Saturday morning in a sale sponsored by Bristol Borough Raising the Bar.
A $500 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s) in Sunday’s tire slashings in Falls Township.
According to Bristol Township police officers, a Levittown woman attempted to steal two six-packs of beer, instead she incurred her first criminal offense.
Harry S. Truman High School in Bristol Township has been rated among the best public high schools in Pennsylvania in U.S. News and World Report’s annual ranking.
Kids ages 5 to 17 years old will be able to test their mettle against other young anglers at Falls Township Parks and Recreation’s annual fishing derby.