Comedian Robert Dubac to Bring the Male Intellect: an Oxymoron? to Bristol Riverside Theatre, 1/9-12
What do women want? Comedian Robert Dubac pinpoints the difference between the sexes and then celebrates them with 90 minutes of non-stop laughter in THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON?, coming to Bristol Riverside Theatre January 9th - January 12th.
The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
Poul Anderson Poul Anderson was born in 1926 in Bristol, Pennsylvania. His first publication was "Tomorrow's Children" in the March 1947 issue of Astounding, and his first novel was Vault of the Ages .
Parties recruit veterans to run for House in 2014
In this Oct. 3, 2013, file photo, Pennsylvania Democratic Congressional hopeful Kevin Strouse poses for a portrait at his campaign office in Bristol, Pa.
Beef & Beer for Bristol Wardogs, 150th Anniversary for Emilie United Methodist
The Elks Lodge at 95 Wood St. in Bristol is hosting a Beef & Beer fundraiser Friday at 7 p.m. to benefit the Bristol Wardogs Unlimited.
Group Hopes to Add Bike Paths Through Bensalem
Biking from Bensalem to Bristol could become easier. But, how quickly bicycling and trail access-proposed primarily for State Road-could become a reality is dependent upon the estimated costs and funding availability associated with linking Bensalem to the over-arching East Coast Greenway , a network of 3,000 miles of community trails from Maine to ... (more)
Walmart cuts its outlook despite 3rd-quarter profits
In the uneven economic recovery, their bills are going up, but their wages are not.
Copper thieves cut power to Pa. veterans group
Officials at the Delaware Valley Vietnam Veterans organization in Bristol tell WPVI-TV that someone stole copper wiring from a transformer that supplies electricity to their headquarters in Bristol.
Agent Orange Balloon Release, Vendor Bingo Night at Murphy's
The Delaware Valley Viet Nam Veterans will honor Veterans Day with a balloon release at 7 p.m. Monday in remembrance of those affected by Agent Orange.
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Pa. baby hit by tossed hammer, could lose eye
Police in a Philadelphia suburb said an 11-month-old girl could lose her eye after being hit with a hammer that a family member tossed while trying to break up a fight between other relatives.