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Cops: “Suspicious” Death Investigation Ongoing, Son is Charged in Separate Incident

Bristol Borough Police are investigating the "suspicious" death of a 58 year-old local man that took place Thursday afternoon and county detectives charged his son in a separate incident early Friday morning. Investigators were still on the scene well into…

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Majority Leader Benninghoff Responds to Wolf’s Latest COVID Restrictions

Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) Wednesday responded to Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest COVID-19 restrictions with the following statement: “Once again, Gov. Wolf has ignored the voices of the people and refused to work with their representatives, instead choosing…

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Bucks Co Human Services to Host Public Forum on CARES Act Funding & Applications

The Bucks County Human Services Division will host two public forums this week – one in person, the other virtually – to discuss the application process and funding priorities under the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.…

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Santarsiero Announces Nearly $1 Million in Funding to Fight Homelessness in Bucks Co.

State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) announced that Bucks County will receive $996,400 in Emergency Solution Grant (ESG) funding to assist in mitigating the impacts Coronavirus has had on homeless families and individuals in the county, and to prevent future homelessness. …

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I 95 to have Lane Restrictions in Place this Week for Bridge Inspections

Lane restrictions are scheduled on I-95 and several highways in Philadelphia for bridge inspections, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced last week.  Work on these inspections will be in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and state Department of…

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Bucks House Delegation Demands Investigation into Failures of the Unemployment Compensation System

Republican House Members from Bucks County issued a letter to House Speaker Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) requesting the House Government Oversight Committee conduct an investigation into the failure of the Unemployment Compensation program, last week.  “As a result of the COVID-19…

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Bucks Opportunity Council’s Free Tax Services Reopen as Filing Deadline Approaches

With Tax Day approaching this Wednesday the Bucks County Opportunity Council is still offering free tax filing services at no charge for those with yearly income of below $56,000.  The offering reopened last week under new guidelines officials said but…

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I-95 North Restricted Next Week for Guide Rail Repair in Lower Bucks County

Left lane closures are scheduled on northbound I-95 between Academy Road & Linden Avenue and the Route 413 Bristol interchanges in Bensalem and Bristol townships in Lower  Bucks County on Monday, July 13, through Friday, July 17, from 9:00 AM…

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Wolf Extends Moratorium on Evictions & Foreclosures until Aug 31st

Governor Tom Wolf today signed a new executive order that protects homeowners and renters from eviction or foreclosure until Aug. 31, if they have not received assistance from a new program administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) or are not…

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$10 Million in CARES Act Funding Available for Eligible Food Retailers Businesses in Low-to-Moderate Income Areas

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that $10 million is now available for Pennsylvania businesses that have worked to maintain access to fresh, healthy food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “Pennsylvania’s food retailers stepped up to the plate to protect those putting…

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