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PA Senator Charged With Having Child Porn Resigns Seat

By Alex Lloyd Gross Republican State Senator Michael Folmer was arrested for possessing child pornography.  The senator was taken into custody without incident following acyber tip . An investigation was started and he wound up in handcuffs. “This defendant serves as a state Senator and was entrusted to honor and represent his community in the

Davis Senior Expo Draws Hundreds, Provides Supports and Resources for Area Residents

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen   Hundreds of seniors filled the Bristol Township Senior Center as  community based organizations and local officials came out for State Rep. Tina Davis’ (D-141) Senior Expo last week. Representatives from the Bristol Township Fire Marshal’s Office, Lower Bucks Hospital, Silver Lake Nature Center, Bucks County Transit, Bucks Opportunity Council and

New Jersey Man Guilty in Falls Woman’s Fatal OD Case

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen New Jersey man was found guilty Thursday of selling drugs that killed a Falls Township woman from The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday. Terrence L. Ridley, 25, of Trenton, was convicted after a bench trial of drug delivery resulting in death, drug delivery, involuntary manslaughter, related conspiracy counts and

State Rep Davis Holds Senior Expo Today

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen State Rep. Tina Davis will host her ninth annual Senior Expo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 5 at Bristol Township Senior Center, Thursday a release from her office says. Due to the ongoing construction at the township municipal complex, Davis is asking attendees to park at St. Mary Church,

Falls Police to Hold Citizen Police Academy

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen                     The Falls Township Police department will conduct a 13-week citizens police academy for township residents beginning Wednesday, September 25 at the Falls Township Municipal building, officials announced in a release. The  program is designed to educate residents about the police department.

Bill Seeks to Ease Restrictions on Beer & Wine Purchases

Jeff Bohen- Digital Reporter   Soon it might become easier to purchase beer and wine in the commonwealth. Lawmakers are considering legislation that would ease requirements for grocery and convenience stores to sell beer and wine. House Bill 1644  introduced by state Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-51) who represents parts of Fayette and Somerset counties, would

Sweet Success at “Cone with a Cop” in Yardley Borough

Digital Contributor- Aly Balan Many communities are taking a proactive approach to fostering positive perceptions about their local law enforcement personnel. One such community is Yardley, which held their 2nd Annual “Cone with a Cop” event at the Yardley Ice House on Monday night. Many families came out to the event where they were able

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