Up until 1997 Penndel was known for one thing – the four-engine Super Constellation that sat in the center of the borough.
A man was seriously hurt during a drug deal gone wrong, according to police.
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The Jones New York fashion brand has been purchased by Authentic Brands Group LLC.
Middletown police warn that there could be traffic troubles in the area of Woodbourne and Langhorne-Yardley roads on Monday.
A popular eatery was damaged when an SUV crashed Saturday.
Members of the Bucks County Fire Chiefs & Firefighters Association were thrilled to learn a museum exhibit will highlight their county’s volunteer firefighting history – and determined to add a lesson in current events.
A 61-year-old woman from Palm City, Florida was arrested Thursday on a warrant.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane this week alerted Commonwealth residents of a reoccurring telephone scam in which consumers have been told there is a “freeze” or “hold” on their credit cards.
Nearly 50 runners took part in the third annual Detective Christopher Jones 5K race in Middletown on Saturday.
After a law change, Bucks County is gearing up to sponsor its only electronic collection event for 2015.
Beware of slow moving if you’ll be driving southbound on Route 1 this afternoon. The area is a mess as PennDOT road crews fix potholes and officials deal with a minor three car accident less than a quarter mile away. Cars are at a standstill from the Neshaminy Creek through the Langhorne area. (…)
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A Bristol Township man is accused of stealing loaded pistols from a Falls Township apartment. A resident of the Village of Pennbrook complex on Penn Valley Road called police Wednesday after he noticed two loaded pistols, a game controller, DVDs, video game disks, a Go Pro camera and several other items were taken from a(…)
The Neshaminy School District will shell out roughly $40,000 to fight a legal motion filed in February by a group of school board candidates, according to officials.
Middletown Township police have taken one man into custody after they say he entered a stranger’s car and took possession of her credit card.
Celebrate Bucks County Community College’s 50th anniversary at Community Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25, on the original Newtown campus.
Two police officials suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a suspected shoplifter fought them, according to an affidavit of probable cause.
A man accused of robbing a Tullytown store and several others in Chester and Delaware counties was arraigned before a Bucks County district judge on Thursday.
A freeze watch was issued for Lower Bucks County in advance of cold overnight temperatures.