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Newtown Police Catch Male With Items Stolen From Cars

by Alex Lloyd Gross It is April 9 2020. Newtown Twp. Police just released information late yesterday afternoon about a male that was arrested for allegedly stealing items from vehicles.in and around the Bucks County Town.  He was spotted with another subject at the Village of Newtown Shopping Center. The person he was with was

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 Brings Voting Machines Out For A Demo Tour

  Voting Machines are making the rounds before the election. Since it is a presidential election turnout is expected to be huge.  Check the flyer to see then these machines will be brought out for a demonstration.  

Shady Brook Farm Holiday Light Show Shines In Region

By Alex Lloyd Gross Looking for something to do this holiday time?  Look no farther than Shady Brook Farm, located  right off Route 332 in Newtown Pa. The annual holiday light show is a spectacle that should be seen at least one time in your life.  You can either drive your own vehicle, which is

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

Yardley Councilman-Elect Quits Over Racist Facebook Posts

By Alex Lloyd Gross It takes a lot be win an elected position and very little to lose it.  Patrick McGovern found that out this weekend when he quite his newly elected position as borough councilman before he was sworn in. Patrick McGovern had an alternative Facebook account where he posted what he called “satire”.

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