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Bensalem Memorial Day Parade Marches on Monday

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen The Bensalem Township Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 27  beginning at 10 a.m. The Parade will start on Bristol Pk at Woodbine and proceed south to Mill Rd. Township officials suggest motorists plan accordingly as access to some roads and business will be restricted between the

Angler Alert: Sunday is a ‘Fish For Free Day’ in Pennsylvania

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Fishing in your Memorial Day weekend plans? Sunday residents of Pennsylvania can fish for free as the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission  (PFBC) is offering the first of its two Fish-for-Free Days Sunday. According to a release from the commission,  license requirements will be waived, allowing anglers to fish within public

Synder-Girotti Students Graduate from Borough Police D.A.R.E. Program

Since the early 80’s The D.A.R.E. Program ( Drug Abuse Resistance Education) has been going into class rooms educating students about the dangers of smoking, illicit drugs, and alcohol. This week students form sixth grade class of Snyder Girotti Elementary School graduated from the Bristol Borough’s Police drug prevention efforts, according to a press release

Falls Twp Police Announce New Camera Registry Form

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Falls Township Police announce new camera registry form earlier this week according to a release from the law enforcement agency. The program, authorities say, is for local residents and businesses and would aide with active police investigations. Video surveillance submissions would be kept confidential with only law enforcement agencies able

And the Primary Winners Are…

The following is a breakdown of winners and losers on Tuesday based on unofficial results published by the Bucks County Board of Elections.  Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Tuesday’s primary election turnout, according to county officials was at or about “average” for a municipal election. The last time voter turnout surpassed the 20 percent mark,

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