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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.

Bristol Borough Standoff Comes to a Safe End

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen A reported by DVN first the quiet of a Bristol Borough Street became a nest for law enforcement activity as a female reportedly armed with a handgun barricaded herself on the 300 block of Washington Street around  7 p.m Monday night. Upon arrival Bristol Borough Police confirmed a 42 year-old female

Community Event Raises Awareness to Combat Opioid Epidemic and Honors Lives Lost

Digital Contributor Aly Balan Last week nearly 500 people attended Steps to Recovery (STR) 3rd Annual Night to Remember Overdose Awareness Event in Levittown.  STR is a comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment program in Middletown Township serving approximately 75 individuals a month. The event, attended by current program participants, graduates, and their extended family,

Treatment Center & Non Profit to hold a Night to Remember Event

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Outside the offices of the Levittown-Fairless Hills Rescue Squad a sign reflects recent numbers about how opioid epidemic has taken its toll on locals. “163 Overdoses in Levittown this year. 18 of them died.” On Thursday night, Steps to Recovery and the Kaitlin Murphy Foundation is inviting the public to

WSFS Bank Expands Into Pennsylvania and New Jersey

By Alex Lloyd Gross WSFS bank merged with Beneficial Savings bank earlier this year. All banks will now be called WSFS.  There was a heavy advertising campaign that included billboards on highways and some surface streets.  Gone is Beneficial. This week all signage should have been changed over and the bank was closed Saturday to

Hazardous Waste Collection at Bucks Tech School Saturday

Digital Staff  The following is a press release from the Bucks County Public Information Office    The fourth of five Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection events for 2019 will be held Saturday, August 24, at Bucks County Technical High School, 610 Wistar Road in Fairless Hills. The collection, sponsored by the Bucks County Commissioners

Just In: Missing Central Bucks Woman has Ties to Levittown

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen The New Britain Township Police are seeking the communities help in locating a missing woman. Andrea Gorman was reported missing by her family on August 15, with authorities noting her last contact with here family was in the middle of July. Police say Groman “has ties to the Chalfont and

Lane Closures on U.S. 1 and Street Rd Continue on Sunday Night

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Single lane closures will begin tonight on two major roadways in Lower Bucks, Penn DOT announced last week. The alternating single lane closures will be in place on U.S. 1 and Street Road (Route 132) in both directions on Sunday, August 18, through Saturday, August 24, from 8:00 p.m.  to 6:00

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