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ACMoore To Close All Stores By the End Of 2020

By Alex Lloyd Gross All  ACMoore craft stores will close  by the end of 2020.  That shocking news was released today, November 25 2019 by the company. 40 of the big box craft supply stores will become Michaels.  The rest could remain vacant for years to come.  Based in Berlin New Jersey, Anthony Piperno, Chief

Almost Two Million Available In Tax Credit In Bucks County Program

HARRISBURG, Nov. 15 – Bucks County lawmakers applauded the approval of almost $2 million as part of the Department of Community and Economic Development projects for the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program. The credits will help improve and expand the services offered by Habitat for Humanity, Philabundance and Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania in Bristol

Election Results For Some Races Are In

By Alex Lloyd Gross In spite of what thehBucks County Web Site is reporting, some local races have been called differently. In Bensalem,  democratic Candidates for council Bryan Allen and Angela Cacchio have conceded the race to Ed Kisselback and Joe Knowles, who are incumbents . At Tarranova’s  restaurant, Allen and Cacchio  stood up and

Lying To the Police Among Incidents On Morrisville Police Blotter

The following is from the Morrisville Bucks County Police Department  from 10/23/19 through 10/26/19 THEFT – 10/22/19 @ 23:08 – Report of silver/chrome Olympic size bar bell stolen from yard on 200 block Grove St. Value $100.00  10/23/19 @ 05:38 – Faith Fox, age 34, was arrested on a Warrant for Assault that occurred on

Stolen Halloween Decorations and Traffic Cones In Lower Makefield

These are just some of the recent things going on in the township that got the attention of  the police recently: RETAIL THEFT 1600 block of Big Oak Rd. at Kohl’s reported at 7:14PM. Loss Prevention reported four unknown persons removed $226.98 worth of merchandise without paying. October 25, 2019 ACCIDENT & DUI ARREST 1300

Animal Cruelty Tackled By the House

Alex Lloyd Gross It is a no brainier. Pass a bill that toughens existing laws against animal cruelty.  That is exactly what happened this past week in the US House of Representatives The US senate has their own bill and that they are working on.  So it is not law just yet.  The Preventing Animal 

Morrisville Council Meeting Highlights For October 2019

DVN Staff, The Morrisville Borough Council met last night, October 21, 2019.  During the monthly meeting, there was a long discussion on current and ongoing projects.  The $52,500 State Grant for the Library  was brought up by Council President Debbie Smith . This money was suggested to go for repairs and Smith put on the

48 Billion Dollar Settlement Reached in Opioid Epidemic

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that he and Attorneys General Josh Stein (NC), Herbert Slatery (TN), and Ken Paxton (TX) secured a $48 billion agreement in principle with Cardinal Health, McKesson, Amerisource Bergen, Johnson & Johnson, and Teva for their roles in fueling the opioid epidemic. The framework agreed upon includes $22.25

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