See the latest crime in Bristol Township.
The homeless and those in need in the Bristol community will be able to stay warm this summer thanks to over 100 winter coats that were donated recently.
At a meeting of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) Board last week, a unanimous vote was cast, filling the Chairman seat vacated just a few days ago with Bucks County Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW.
It was just enough snow to get outside and have a great time!
See if local schools and government offices are closing early.
A car crash on Saturday led to the capture of an alleged thief.
The Bristol Township School Board voted last week not to raise taxes past the Act 1 limit of 2.4 percent.
A federal jury convicted a once prominent Philadelphia union official of arson, racketeering conspiracy and extortion this week, providing more fuel for lawmakers who want to close a loophole protecting individuals from prosecution of some crimes if they’re part of a labor dispute.
With a winter storm now predicted to bring between 14 and 24 inches of snow to the region, local municipalities are declaring snow emergencies ahead of the first flakes.
What was initially forecasted to be a clipper storm with a few inches of snow has ballooned into a storm that could bring in more than a foot of snow.
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What forecasters at the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly office are calling a “major snowstorm” is moving toward Lower Bucks County.
The plot has thickened in the investigation of a country-wide marijuana operation fronting as a Falls Township quilt business.
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.
These guys need forever homes!
Bucks County officials have issued a “Code Blue” declaration.