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Lower Makefield Police Report Multiple Scam Victims

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police desperately need you to read this article and think before sending any money or giving account information to anyone, unless you initiate the call and know 100 percent certain that the person you are speaking with is who they are. Within the past several weeks eight people have reported being

Effective Immediately Governor Shuts PA Restaurants & Bars

by Alex Lloyd Gross Effective Immediately, in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf has  ordered the suspension of operating privileges of all bars and restaurants that allow sit down, dine in service.  Take out and delivery is still permitted.  This , to stave off the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the world.  This order is for Bucks,

Police In Some Areas Change Response Protocol Due To COVID-19

by Alex Lloyd Gross With people whipping themselves into an panic over COVID-19  The Bucks County Police Chiefs Association has instituted contingencies for addressing manpower shortages among police departments should they arise as a result of efforts to quarantine individuals exposed to coronavirus.. Police will respond as normal to crimes in progress,  fights, etc but

Bucks County Sues Vape Manufactures Juul

By Alex Lloyd Gross Depending on who you talk to vaping is dangerous or vaping is safe. It cannot be successfully argued by anyone that taking smokeless tobacco into the lungs of children is a good idea or that it absolutely, positivity will never lead to any health problems  for users in the future.  That

Four Bucks Lawmakers Applaud $100K Grant For Bucks Workforce Board

HARRISBURG, Jan. 16 – State lawmakers from Bucks County applauded a $118,200 grant awarded to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board Thursday to help prepare students for in-demand careers. “Congratulations to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board for bringing home this investment,” said House Commerce Committee Minority Chairman Rep. John Galloway. “Thanks to the board

Rep Wendy Ullman Gets $53,000 in State Grant Money For Bucks County

DOYLESTOWN, Jan. 6 – State Rep. Wendy Ullman, D-Bucks, today announced that Bucks County schools were awarded $53,000 in state grants to help improve students’ employment skills. Bucks County Intermediate Unit 22 and Palisades School District were each awarded $25,000 Teacher in the Workplace Grants, which will enable teachers to visit local employers and identify

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