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A motorcyclist and a car were involved in a collision on Saturday.
After losing their fields – the Bucks County Legends finally have a place to play ball.
Imagine sitting on Santa’s lap and telling him everything you want for Christmas. Then, imagine Santa removing his beard and telling you, don’t count on it.
Fugitive Vincent Belmont III couldn’t outrun the law.
A local man has been declared a hero.
The Bristol Township School District is inviting residents to apply to fill a vacancy on the governing body.
Falls Township has announced the official rules for a logo contest for their newly appointed ‘Live Here, Spend Here’ Campaign.
A Bristol Township man pleaded guilty earlier this week to killing his brother-in-law.
The Ryan Strong 5K Walk and Run will be held at Bucks County Technical High School this Sunday.
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The now-empty Bottom Dollar Food store in Bristol Township’s Levittown section will soon reopen as an Aldi.
Construction on the new 1,300-student school at the Mary Devine Elementary School site in Bristol Township’s Croydon section is underway.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission advises motorists that a seven-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) will be closed in both directions for six hours this weekend.
Veterans Highway – a once desolate area of Bristol Township known for failing businesses – has been seeing new light.
More than a dozen people traveled out to the Keystone Industrial Port Complex in Falls Township on Thursday afternoon to learn about a special financing partnership between the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and the Bucks County Board of Commissioners.
Four Flyers will be making an appearances at the Oxford Valley Mall in Middletown Friday evening.
A Bristol Township woman is accused of abusing her baby daughter and faking cancer.
The long-awaited, newly installed cameras in Winder Village are not a reactive measure, according to Bristol Township Acting Police Chief Ralph Johnson.