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Updated: Hazardous Materials Released into Otters Creek Due to Pipe Burst

Update: 11:30 am The hazardous materials release into Otter Creek is due to a "pipe rupture" at a local chemical plant officials say. A source with knowledge of the incident said Sunday morning, the rupture occurred just after 11 pm…

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(Photo Credit, Denise Taylor): Coroner Meredith Buck Solemnly Observes At The February 2023 Unattended Veterans Service At Washington Crossing National Cemetery.

Service for Unclaimed Veteran to Held Next Week, Coroner says

Bucks County Coroner Meredith Buck is pleased to announce that her office has identified another of the County’s unclaimed decedents who died in 2015 as being a United States Veteran. “Our office is working  diligently to have the County’s unclaimed…

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PennDOT to Repair Potholes Next Week in Levittown

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced last week that  maintenance crews will be working in the Levittown area this upcoming week. Pot hole patch work will be performed on Bristol Oxford Valley Road, in Bristol, Middletown, and Falls townships…

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School District Makes Superintendent Hiring Official, Multi Media Library Project Plans Discussed

The Bristol Borough School District made it official at last months meeting approving a contract to hire Dr. Broadus Davis to a 4 1/2 year contract to be the next Superintendent and plans for modern multi-media center at Bristol High…

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GIANT Co Electric Vehicle Fleet Hit Streets Of Philly Area

The GIANT Company today announced four electric vehicles will join its fleet serving the greater Philadelphia community. The electric vans will fulfill GIANT Direct customer deliveries while reducing the company’s environmental footprint, safeguarding nearly 9,000 gallons of gas each year. “Fulfilling…

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County Overhauls Park Rules in New Ordinance

Tobacco, e-bikes and hoverboards are among the items subject to updated regulations under a new ordinance overhauling rules in Bucks County-owned public parks. Enacted Jan. 18 by a unanimous vote of the county Board of Commissioners, Ordinance No. 170 “protects…

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DA to Hit-and-Run Driver that Fled: Turn Yourself In

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub at a Monday afternoon press conference urged the the driver who fled the scene following Sunday’s deadly crash at a Bristol Township McDonald's to turn himself in to authorities. The victim is identified  as…

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Bristol Man Taken Down for Role in Pentz Drug, Gun Org, Home Raided in September

A Bristol Borough man was has been charged for his role in a notorious drug and ghost gun distribution network by Bucks County Detectives. John Lindsay 65, of Wood Street, was arraigned by District Judge Terrence Hughes on one count…

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Township Honors Wardogs Football Championship Season, Commitment to area Children

Bristol Township Council honored the Wardogs Athletic Association last week in a special ceremony highlighting their achievements in the recently competed football season and the leagues dedication to teaching lessons critical to personal development. Wardogs Football & Cheer has been…

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