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Almost Two Million Available In Tax Credit In Bucks County Program

HARRISBURG, Nov. 15 – Bucks County lawmakers applauded the approval of almost $2 million as part of the Department of Community and Economic Development projects for the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program. The credits will help improve and expand the services offered by Habitat for Humanity, Philabundance and Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania in Bristol

Bristol Accountant Sentenced To Federal Prison: Stole From Work

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Matthew Chancler, 57, of Pottstown, Pennsylvania was sentenced today to 18 months’ imprisonment by United States District Court Judge Michael Baylson for engaging in a fraud scheme that victimized his employer. The defendant was a Certified Public Accountant and the Director of Finance for United

Animal Cruelty Tackled By the House

Alex Lloyd Gross It is a no brainier. Pass a bill that toughens existing laws against animal cruelty.  That is exactly what happened this past week in the US House of Representatives The US senate has their own bill and that they are working on.  So it is not law just yet.  The Preventing Animal 

48 Billion Dollar Settlement Reached in Opioid Epidemic

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that he and Attorneys General Josh Stein (NC), Herbert Slatery (TN), and Ken Paxton (TX) secured a $48 billion agreement in principle with Cardinal Health, McKesson, Amerisource Bergen, Johnson & Johnson, and Teva for their roles in fueling the opioid epidemic. The framework agreed upon includes $22.25

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

3rd Man Sentenced In Bristol Shooting Death

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen The third man convicted for criminal homicide in the 2016 murder of a 20 year-old Bristol man was sentenced to state prison earlier this week, county authorities said. Rodney Beaty, 29, who pleaded guilty earlier this year in the case, was sentenced Wednesday to serve four to eight years in

What To Do When Your Pet Gets Loose In a State Park

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s never a good thing when a pet gets loose. Especially in a large area like a state park.  Just last week, a dog got away from it’s owner at Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem and the results were tragic. Christine Raynor’s family  adopted a rescue dog out of the Lancaster 

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

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