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16 Year Cold Murder Case Solved in Quakertown.

After nearly 16 years, the mystery of Quakertown man Adam Brundage’s disappearance has finally been solved. Daman Andrew Smoot, 36, was arraigned Tuesday morning on one count of criminal homicide for the killing of Brundage in Hilltown Township in 2004. The pair had been roommates at Brundage’s Glen Meadow Court home for only a few


Burglar On Bike Wanted By Philly Cops

On January 10, 2020 at approximately 12:01 AM, an unknown white male entered an apartment building under renovation in the 300 block of North 12th Street and took numerous tools valued at $3,000. The then left the building south on 12th Street. Suspect Description: White male, wearing a black knit hat, black jacket, gray sweatpants,

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House Bill Would Help Domestic Violence Victims

HARRISBURG, Jan. 16 – State Rep. Mike Zabel, D-Delaware, this week introduced legislation that would support victims of domestic violence in their attempts to obtain protection from abuse orders. The bill, H.B. 2228, would require employers to provide unpaid leave for employees who attend a PFA hearing if the employee is a victim or is

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Adoptable Animals

Take Tommy Home This Weekend

Meet Tommy. A three year old cat who has been at the Women’s Animal Shelter on Richlieu Road for six months. Tommy wants to come home with you, and he promises to be a good boy. He is at the shelter only because his previous owner had to go to a nursing home. He loves


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


12 Years In Prison For Ex Montco Sheriff Deputy For Child Porn

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Matthew Laver, 38, of Souderton, in Montgomery County, PA was sentenced to 144 months’ incarceration and ten years’ supervised release by United States District Court Judge Michael M. Baylson for multiple child exploitation offenses including distribution, receipt, and possession of child pornography. The defendant pleaded


Speed Cameras To Be Installed On Roosevelt Boulevard

By Alex Lloyd Gross The most controversial enforcement program is going to start this spring on the Roosevelt Boulevard. The installation of speed cameras and ticketing of drivers that exceed the posted speed limit by more than 11 MPH. A press conference was held today, January 13, 2020 on the Blvd at Solly Avenue, one

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