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Bucks Co Recorder of Deeds Joins with Attorney General’s Lawsuit Against Alleged Housing Scammer

Bucks County Recorder of Deeds, Dan McPhillips, is working with Recorder of Deeds from  surrounding counties and the Attorney General’s office with a lawsuit against MV Realty.  In the beginning of the year, Dan McPhillips, Bucks County Recorder of Deeds,…

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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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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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Man Pretending to be Marine and Stole from Middletown Senior Couple Gets 5 to 12 in Prison

A man who pretended to be a U.S. Marine in his plot to deceive an elderly Middletown Township couple out of almost $320,000 was sentenced on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, to five to 12 years in state prison. Marc A.…

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County Opioid Advisory Committee Presents “Roadmap for Settlement Funds”

The Opioid Advisory Committee (OAC) has announced its 18-month “roadmap” for the allocation of funds Bucks County was awarded in a lawsuit against several opioid giants earlier this, Commissioner Chair Bob Harvie said. The county sued the three major manufacturers…

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Giant Hosting Fill a Plate Food Drive to Support Public School District Hunger Relief Efforts

 As part of its Feeding School Kids initiative, The GIANT Company is helping to eliminate hunger in local public school districts. From Jan. 20 – 30, customers can participate in Fill a Plate, a non-perishable food drive to benefit local…

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