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Bucks County Sues Vape Manufactures Juul

By Alex Lloyd Gross Depending on who you talk to vaping is dangerous or vaping is safe. It cannot be successfully argued by anyone that taking smokeless tobacco into the lungs of children is a good idea or that it absolutely, positivity will never lead to any health problems  for users in the future.  That

Parents Arrested After Infant Has a Fentanyl Overdose In Bensalem

By Alex Lloyd Gross A nine month old child almost died after he  injested Fentanyl inside an apartment on Finch Drive in the Frankilin Commons Apartments.  According to police, they got called for a report of an overdose and found the baby unresponsive and near death.  Narcan was administered which helped a little bit, police

Bristol Flea Market Update

By Alex Lloyd Gross It is coming soon. That is the only news  regarding the opening of the Bristol Flea Market that for certain.. Coordinator Anthony Soprano released a statement this past week stating that the  building alarm system was from 2002.  It does not have to be replaced but it does need to be

Scammers Try To Steal Money From State Toll Road Users

By Alex Lloyd Gross As a major push to go cashless progresses along Pennsylvania’s toll roads,  another thing that progresses are scams that will try to separate you from your money.  The latest is a text message informing you that you owe money or maybe even a message on social media  telling you that you

Take Tommy Home This Weekend

Meet Tommy. A three year old cat who has been at the Women’s Animal Shelter on Richlieu Road for six months. Tommy wants to come home with you, and he promises to be a good boy. He is at the shelter only because his previous owner had to go to a nursing home. He loves

Four Bucks Lawmakers Applaud $100K Grant For Bucks Workforce Board

HARRISBURG, Jan. 16 – State lawmakers from Bucks County applauded a $118,200 grant awarded to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board Thursday to help prepare students for in-demand careers. “Congratulations to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board for bringing home this investment,” said House Commerce Committee Minority Chairman Rep. John Galloway. “Thanks to the board

Buttercup Looking For A Home

Buttercup is a six month old female bunny. She is at the Women’s Animal Shelter on Richlieu Rd. in Bensalem . Her previous owners brought her to the shelter when the rabbits they had gave birth to her. It was too difficult to take care of all of their rabbits.   She is a great

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