by Alex Lloyd Gross Borough Police Officer James Ellis was on routine patrol in Bristol Borough saw three juveniles at the WAWA on Farragut Ave and Green Lane.They were at the trash dumpster . He watched them light the dumpster on fire. When they spotted him, they fled . One rode away on a bicycle.
by Alex Lloyd Gross WAWA, the largest Pennsylvania convenience store chain in the Delaware Valley is starting to set new procedures for serving customers, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. First is no one pours their own coffee. Too many people touching the handles and pushing buttons. They will be done by an employee.
By Alex Lloyd Gross It has been years since WAWA drew up plans to open in Croydon at the intersection of 413 . Those plans become a reality tomorrow December 12 2019. Employees have been hired and the building is inspected. At 8:00 AM the doors will swing open and the store will be open
Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Bensalem Police are seeking to identify a cigarette bandit. Bensalem authorities are looking for the man pictured above (and in the video below) in connection to a theft at Wawa on the 1500 block of Bristol Pike last week. Authorities allege the suspect went behind the register counter, opened up a
Digital Staff The following zoning board agenda is provided by Bristol Township Municipal Authority BRISTOL TOWNSHIP ZONING HEARING BOARD Notice is hereby given that the Bristol Township Zoning Hearing Board will hold their regular meeting on Monday evening, August 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Bristol Township Municipal Building, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol