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The incident happened on Aug. 20 around 7:30 p.m. Two juvenile females, ages 12 and 13, reported they had been fishing at the river area located at East Ferry and River Roads.
A Morrisville, Pa., woman was charged today by information with theft of government funds and making false statements related to Tropical Storm Lee, United States Attorney Zane David Memeger announced.
Fee-payment talks continue in Whitewood case Efforts to negotiate the payment of legal fees in the Whitewood lawsuit were ongoing this week.
WRIGHTSTOWN The Bucks County commissioners opened the 66th annual Middletown Grange Fair last week by preserving 266 acres of farm land.
Education advocates in Pennsylvania have been canvassing the state, trying to raise awareness of the importance of quality, affordable early child education.
Bucks County outfit Illinois continue to prep for the release of a new record, this week sharing second album cut "Things Are Gonna Be Ok."
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that homeowners' warranties against defects apply only to a property's first buyer, and cannot be passed along in subsequent sales.
THE TINY cameras are disguised as alarm clocks, teddy bears and cereal boxes, designed to keep an eye on the people baby-sitting children or caring for elderly loved ones.
Renee Shai Levine loved reading to children, not only infants but also elementary students.
School begins again in just about two weeks and one local expert says now is the time to start getting your children out of summer mode and refocus them for school.
A New York-bound Amtrak train struck and killed a pedestrian on the tracks Monday afternoon in Bucks County's Bristol Township, temporarily halting train service in the region.
A judge ruled in June that all nine cases against 19-year-old Joshua Benson would be consolidated into one trial.
The victim was struck on the northbound lanes at the Croydon Station on the 700 block of Bristol Pike, according to officials.
According to the plaintiff's amended complaint, on Jan. 7, 2011, plaintiff Ernest Soreth, 57, turned himself in at the Bucks County Correctional Facility, at the direction of his parole officer.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 01:23 am
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