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Breaking: Levittown Fire Fighter charged with Sexual Assault of a Minor and Related Offenses

Digital Reporter-[Jeff Bohen Tullytown Borough Police arrested a local firemen for sex related offenses involving a minor on Monday, according to court records filed. James Marshal was arraigned Monday before District Justice Robert Wagner in Levittown, on charges of sexual assault, involuntary sexual deviate intercourse, corruption of a minor and related offenses. Levitttown Fire Company

Just In: Falls Police Investigating Serious New Falls Road Accident

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Falls Township Police minutes ago released a statement about Wednesday night’s traffic accident in Fairless Hills.  “The traffic accident involving a motorcycle and a pedestrian. Initial reports indicate the pedestrian was traveling on a bicycle westbound on the 8500 block of New Falls Road using the right hand shoulder. As

Motorcycle and Bicyclist Collide on New Falls Road

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen                   A traffic accident on New Falls Road, in Falls Township Wednesday night  has one person in Jefferson Hospital in Center City, Thursday morning with “grave injuries.” Police, firefighters and medical crews rushed to the scene of an accident involving a motor

Its 7-Eleven Day; Free Slurpee’s for Everyone!

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen   The popular convenience store is celebrating 7 -Eleven Day by giving the public a free Slurpee and an opportunity for a second one by downloading the store app. Beginning at  11 a.m., of course, participating stores will give out an estimated 9 million free small Slurpee drinks til 7

State Senator to open Constituent Services Office in Levittown.

Jeff Bohen – Digital Reporter State Senator announces opening constituent services office in Tullytown. State Senator Steve Santarsiero  (D-Bucks) announced at Tuesday’s Tullytown Borough Council he will be opening an office in the borough hall in late July. The office is in partnership with Tullytown Council, officials said. Staff will be available to assist residents

Camping with Cops Tullytown Style

    Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Late last week the Tullytown Police Department announced its next big community based event; Camping with Cops! Scheduled for The Park located 500 Main Street, on August 24, for children ages 6 to 14, with free food, games, a DJ and a movie (as yet to be announced). To

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