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 State Sen Santarsiero to Host Kidsfest at Morrisville HS Saturday

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen State Senator Steve Steve Santarsiero (D-10) is inviting families out to his KidsFest event Saturday at Morrisville High School.  According to a release from Santarsiero’s office more than 30 vendors will be hand for the family-friendly event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow with representatives from Independence Blue Cross-CHIP, Big

Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren, Galloway Announce Grant for Morrisville Free Library

Digital Staff The following is a press release from the office of state Senator Steve Santarsiero State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representatives Perry Warren (D-31) and John Galloway (D-140) announced the award of a Keystone Grant totaling $52,500 to Morrisville Free Library for the replacement of the slate roof of the library’s 108-year-old building. “With this generous

Morrisville Police Chief: Support Marsy’s Law Crime Victims Rights Amendment

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen  Morrisville Chief of Police George McClay posted the following to the department’s Crime Watch Page Tuesday. The post has not been edited for content but has been reformatted. This publication attempted to contact McClay for a follow up interview and he was unavailable at that time. The Pennsylvania Marsy’s Law

Belligerent Yardley Man tells Police ‘I’ll blow your F**king Brains Out’ during Investigation

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Lower Makefield Police arrested a 57 year-old Yardley man who reportedly threatened to “kill police” while investigating reports he allegedly entered the yard of a private residence and had attempted to enter a local residence. Christopher Mattilia was charged with defiant trespass, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, and possession of drug

Bristol Kickball Launches its Registration Drive for First Season

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen  —Kickball player Isabella Antonelli  on why kids should join the Bristol Kickball League  “Its an opportunity for kids to have fun outside, make friends, and play sports”  Family- by- family they drifted into the clubhouse on Jefferson Avenue in Bristol last week. Moms. Dads. Friends. Strangers.  All asking the same

Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors Meeting Agenda for October 16, 2019

Digital Staff The following meeting agenda  is provided by Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors    LOWER MAKEFIELD TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OCTOBER 16, 2019 7:30 pm   I. CALL TO ORDER – Daniel R. Grenier, Chair II. PLEDGE Of  ALLEGIANCE   III. ROLL CALL IV. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1. Leaf collection begins November 4th: https://www.lmt.org/municipal-services/leafcollection/ 2.

Lower Makefield to Declare October 15th as ‘Kay’s Day’

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  The Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors will be passing a retroactive resolution at Wednesday nights meeting to honor the memory, and birthday of the late Kayden Mancuso, who would have turned nine tomorrow (Tuesday). “The Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors is declaring October 15th as “Kay’s Day” to honor

State Rep Warren to Host Cleanup Event at Tyler State Park this Week

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen   State Rep. Perry Warren (D-31) is partnering with Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful for the Pick Up Pennsylvania fall event to support the International Coastal Cleanup his office announced earlier this month. The cleanup event will take place at Tyler State Park this upcoming Friday, October 18.   “My office will be hosting

Cops: Yardley Man Jailed for Attack

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  Yardley Borough Police arrested a local man for his assault on relative Friday morning. According to police, William Rivera, 59 of Yardley was sent to Bucks County Prison for the armed attack of a younger female relative.   Authorities from Yardley and Lower Makefield responded to the report of an subject

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