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Lower Makefield Board Of Supervisors Approves Hiring of Four New Officers

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  The Lower Makefield Board of Supervisor’s approved the hiring of four new polices officers unanimously at last weeks board meeting. This  comes after the positions had been vacant for over a year, Police Chief Ken Coluzzi said. The four newly hired officers are as follows: Michael Irvin, 32 from Hamilton, New

A Woman’s Place to Celebrate Contributions of Community Members at Annual Breakfast

Digital Staff  The following is a release from A Woman’s Place in its entirety as they continue highlighting Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.  Domestic violence impacts millions of people each year, but it can be prevented. It requires the collective voice and power of individuals, families, institutions, and systems. It is in this spirit

Bucks Business Connections Presents 6k to LMT for Garden of Reflection

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  Bucks County Business Connections (BCBC) presented 6K to Lower Makefield Township for  the 9/11 Garden of Reflection Memorial  at last weeks board of supervisors meeting. Business Connections President  Joe Clark and vice president Joe Marrazzo, made the third annual presentation to the township community foundation at Wednesday nights meeting. This is

Morrisville Fire Company Annual Poinsettia Sale to Support Rescue Efforts

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  The Morrisville Fire Company (MFC) 2019 Poinsettia sale started last week as a way to raise funds to support the non-profit frist responder company serving community. Fire company officials say all plants will be eight inches in size and can be ordered by credit card at the fire companies website by

Cops: 2nd Story Man Attempts Break in, Flees; Fugitive Arrest, Clothes Stolen from Dryer and More!

Digital Staff  The following is provided by the Bristol Borough Police Department covering the dates of October 4, to October 16, 2019.  October 4 9:44 a.m., 300 block Jefferson Ave., male, age 53, Bristol, PA, cited for harassment. 2:20 p.m., 200 block Market St., male, age 70, Bristol Twp., PA, cited for disorderly conduct and

Rep Davis Announces Keystone Grant for Levittown Library to Upgrade Windows

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen      State Rep. Tina Davis (D-Bucks) announced on Friday the Levittown Library has been chosen to receive a Keystone Grant. According to the release from Davis’ office, the library on New Falls Rd will receive just under 88 thousand dollars in sate funding to replace dilapidated windows with energy

Rep Galloway Announces Safe Schools Grant for Tech School

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen  State Rep. John Galloway, D-Bucks, on Thursday announced a 25 K  Safe Schools Targeted Grant for the Bucks County Technical High School, a release from his office said. The money is part of the $7.3 million in competitive grants that were awarded to schools statewide to prevent and reduce violent

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