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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

Could A Minimum Wage Deal Be On the Table For the Pennsylvania Senate?

By Alex Lloyd Gross Grumbling around the state capitol have gotten louder.  The republican majority are ready to negotiate with Senator Tina Tartagiolne for a minimum wage increase. The Democratic. Senator cancelled a previously scheduled interview on this subject, to make calls. That is a good sign for the lowest paid workers in this state. 

Illegal Tiger Skin Rug Gets NJ Man 1 Day in Jail

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Loren Varga, 62, of Franklin Township, New Jersey, was sentenced to one day of incarceration, two years’ supervised release and a $1,500 fine by United States District Court Judge Anita Brody for illegally purchasing a tiger skin rug, made from an endangered species. In July

Bristol Accountant Sentenced To Federal Prison: Stole From Work

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Matthew Chancler, 57, of Pottstown, Pennsylvania was sentenced today to 18 months’ imprisonment by United States District Court Judge Michael Baylson for engaging in a fraud scheme that victimized his employer. The defendant was a Certified Public Accountant and the Director of Finance for United

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