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Contractor to be Hired for Randall Ave Bridge Work

A contract to have work completed on the Randall Avenue Bridge will be signed with a contractor, Bristol Township officials said at Thursday night's Council meeting. Township Manager Randee Elton said she and township engineer Gilmore and Associates have been…

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Kayden’s Law Signed by Gov.

A bill to better protect children in child custody situations, has been signed into law by Gov. Josh Shapiro, officials confirmed Tuesday. Kayden's Law, years in the making, received final passage by the House last month and went to Gov.…

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Nearby: Mass Man Convicted of Murder for Northampton Twp Woman

A 37-year-old man will spend the rest of his life in prison after he was convicted on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, of first-degree murder for killing Samantha Jean Rementer two years ago in the Holland section of Northampton Township. Thadius…

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Turnpike Comes to Standstill in Multi-Vehicle Accident Monday

A multi-vehicle pileup, caused by a motorist's vehicle losing power, made traffic come to a standstill on the Pennsylvania Turnpike I -276 Monday night just as rush hour was at its peak. The accident on I-276 between Neshaminy Falls and…

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Interstate Traffic Stop Turns into Chase & Arrests

Two Philadelphia men were charged and arrested by Pennsylvania State Police last week following a car stop and an ensuing police chase that ended in Bristol catching the attention of locals. The scene played out beginning last Tuesday around 7…

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Nominate an Outstanding Woman Veteran

The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Women and the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affair are seeking statewide nominations for outstanding women veterans who will be honored during this year’s Women Veterans Day Ceremony in June. This year, the Women Veterans…

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Officials: Beware of College Entrance Scams

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General is warning of scams targeting parents of students who will soon be taking PSAT, SAT and ACT exams. The scammers claim to be associated with the College Board or other educational organizations while offering…

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PECO: Treefall Causes Damage to Powerline, Roadblocks in Bristol

A PECO power line pole in Bristol Township went down calling out area first responders Sunday night causing road blockages on Rt 13 and surrounding the area. Bristol area first responders shut down access to Bath Road from Beaver Dam…

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Report: 1 In Custody in Thursday Morrisville Carjacking at Wawa

Falls Township Police are continuing to investigate a carjacking that left one woman badly shaken up Thursday morning.  A 64-year-old female resident of Trenton, NJ, was accosted by the three individuals after leaving the Trenton Ave Wawa and returning to…

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Rep Tina Davis’ Family Arbitration Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk

Representative Tina Davis (D-Bucks) announced that House Bill 917 (HB 917), the Uniform Family Arbitration Act, is on it's way to the Governor Josh Shapiro's desk for signing.  The Uniform Family Law Arbitration Act (HB 917) was written by Davis…

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