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Police say they found drug paraphernalia in Sheena N. Balliet's purse, and a subsequent search at the county jail allegedly turned up 60 bags of heroin in her bra. A cigarette flicked out a car window during a traffic stop drew officers' attention to a woman wanted out of Bucks County , according to Mansfield Township police. Comment?
A Quakertown, Pennsylvania, woman was pronounced dead after the car in which she was riding Monday night went out of control due to ice in Bucks County, police said. The crash occurred at 10:48 p.m. in the 1000 block of Trumbauersville Road, Milford Township, said Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin. Comment?
Police say the 2012 crash that destroyed the Leithsville Fire Co. firehouse was on the mind Tuesday morning of a trash hauler as he was bearing down on the rebuilt station, his brakes not working. Comment?
Dr. Paul Madonia, assistant medical director and family practice physician at Cornerstone Family Practice in Flemington, will retire in December after 49 years of service in Hunterdon County. Madonia started his medical career in the Navy as a family practice physician. Comment?
The announced closures of all Bottom Dollar Food stores will affect 1,623 jobs in Pennsylvania and 460 in New Jersey, according to filings with state officials. Bottom Dollar Food NE LLC says in its notice filed with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry the job losses are effective Jan. 18 and due to closing. Comment?
The owner of Hellertown's Braveheart Highland Pub, pictured above, is working to open a new restaurant at the former Starters Pub in Lower Saucon Township. The owner of Hellertown's Braveheart Highland Pub is working to open a new restaurant at the former Starters Pub in Lower Saucon Township . Comment?
A Lower Macungie Township man is accused of conducting an illegal sports betting operation out of the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem . Kirk David Orzel, 39, of the 900 block of Barnside Road, used the casino to run the illegal bookmaking operation and utilized an online gambling website -- betbigdaddy.com -- where bettors would place bets online, according to court records. Comment?
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