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State Rep K.C Tomlinson’s Bill to create Lindsey’s Law Passes House

Last week State Rep K.C Tomlinson's bill 2271, otherwise known as Lindsey's law passed the house, The bills goal is to punish perpetrators of sextortion further if their victims commit suicide or harm themselves within 90 days.Sextortion, referring to the…

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Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission to Restrict I-295 Near Yardley/Newtown Interchange for Construction in Bucks County

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC) is planning lane closures on Interstate 295 between the Route 332 (Yardley-Newtown Road) Interchange and the New Jersey state line in Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County, on Monday, April 11, through Friday,…

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Probation Drug Diversionary Program Expands to all District Courts in Bucks

The Bucks County District Attorneys office announced Monday the District Court Diversion Program (DCDP) will expand its pilot probation program from five district courts to all 18 allowing for the inclusion of additional participants who need drug treatment, but who…

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Feds Grant Expansion of “Assistance” for Hurricane Ida Impacts to Bucks Co.

Governor Tom Wolf on Friday announced that the federal government has granted his request for Public Assistance to reimburse state agencies, county and municipal governments and other eligible private non-profits for costs associated with heavy rainfall and severe flooding associated…

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Lower Makefield Twp Police Reports: Woman Detained at Shop Rite for Alleged Theft, DUI Arrest, and More

Lower Makefield Twp. Police Crime and Police Report 9/17 to 9/23/2021  9/23/2021 Identity Theft– 1300 block of Apple Blossom Dr. reported at 1:19PM. Complainant reported unknown person(s) filed for unemployment benefits in their name. Identity Theft  – 1200 block of…

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Lower Bucks put on Flood Watch Alert with Hurricane Ida Remnants to hit area Wednesday

The expected impacts of Hurricane Ida will drench Lower Bucks County beginning Wednesday forecasters are saying Monday morning as a flash flood watch was issued moments ago by the National Weather Service. The watch, which is in effect from Wednesday…

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Open Records Office Offers Webinars in August and September

Earlier this Summer, Governor Tom Wolf signed into law an act that amended the Pennsylvania's Sunshine Law. The states Office of Open Records (OOR), will be holding a virtual webinar to explain the amended law, with additional seminars in August…

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Governor Wolf Announces Availability of Low-Interest Loans for Survivors of Devastating July Flooding

Governor Tom Wolf announced Thursday that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) approved his request to make financial aid available to residents in Bucks, Philadelphia and Tioga counties after severe storms caused devastating flooding and significant damage on July 12.…

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