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Bristol Twp Police Reports: Levittown Women Stabs Boyfriend, Bristol Man Jailed for Fleeing, DUI and More

Bristol Twp Police Reports  December 28 to January 1, 2024 Arrest 12-28-23, 0900 hours, Bath Road, Bristol, Pa. The below subject was arrested on a Local Warrant out of Bristol Township.  The subject was processed and arraigned by Judge Jonas. …

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Randall Ave Bridge Town Hall Scheduled for Next Tuesday

Updated: Friday January 12 5:30 p.m.  A community meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, January 23, 2024 at 7PM concerning the Randall Avenue bridge, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol Township administration building, officials announced this week. Township manager Randee Elton said…

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New Bristol Twp Trash Deal Raises Questions, Holiday Pushes Collection Back 1 Day in Some Sections

In late October, Bristol Township and Waste Management agreed to a new five-year contract that goes into effect on January 1. In recent days, some terms of the new deal are causing confusion for residents, leading to questions. In the…

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Bristol Township School District Receives PA Farm Bill Farm-to-School Grant

Bristol Township School District (BTSD) is receiving a $15,000 grant to purchase locally produced fresh fruit and vegetables, state Representative Tina Davis announced.PA Farm Bill Farm-to-School Grant is funding the award. Funded projects connect local farmers to schools to supply…

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Motorcyclyist Sustains “Non-Life Threatening” Injuries in Levittown Pkwy Accident: Cops

A single motorcyclist accident on Levittown Parkway looked far worse than it was Sunday afternoon, thankfully for the rider. The single rider crash of a black Harley Davidson with chrome occurred just before 3:30 p.m. in the area of Magnolia…

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Giant Donates 15,000 Thanksgiving Turkeys to Community Partners

Today, The GIANT Company announced it will donate a record number of 15,000 Thanksgiving turkeys to food banks and community partners in the Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia communities it serves. “Since 1923, The GIANT Company has been committed to helping…

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Postal Vehicle Fire Believed to be Mechanical Issue, Official Says

Updated: October 29, 2023 12:20 a.m.  A U.S. Postal Spokesmen said late Saturday night that a "mechanical issue" is what's believed to have caused the postal vehicle to go on fire. A final investigative determination will be made by the…

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