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Bensalem Man Sentenced 2 to 5 years for Selling Narcotics that Led to Woman’s Death at Tullytown Recovery House

A 26-year-old man will spend two to five years in state prison for supplying the drugs that led to a woman's overdose death at a Tullytown recovery house last summer. Matthew Derby Lavender, of Bensalem, appeared before Common Pleas Judge Rea…

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Safe Driving Habits Goal of SEPA Teen Safe Driving ROADeo

Earlier this week Penn DOT along with area traffic safety officials and organizations hosted the second annual Southeastern Pennsylvania Teen Safe Driving ROADeo. The free event, held at the West Whiteland Township Police Department in Chester County, gave teens more…

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Route 332 to Close Weekdays for Pipe Replacement in Lower Makefield Township

Route 332 (Yardley Newtown Road) is scheduled to close between Mirror Lake Road and Yardley Langhorne Road in Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County, on Tuesday, May 24, through Tuesday, May 31, weekdays from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM, for pipe…

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Brolley Gets 15 to 30 in State Prison for Drunken Crash that Seriously Four Neshaminy High School Girls

The 25-year-old man who seriously injured four Neshaminy High School girls in a drunken head-on crash in Northampton Township last year will spend more than 15 to 30 years in state prison. Shane Brolly was heavily intoxicated the night of…

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Nearby: Warrington Mourns Loss of K-9 Officer

Warrington Township Police Department is mourning the sudden loss of K-9 Officer Stephen Plum, Jr., an eight-year veteran of the department and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Officer Plum passed away Monday, May 16 at the age…

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Vote Count Mostly Finished in May 17 Primary with Some 1,500 Ballots Outstanding ballots being processed

The vast majority of votes cast in Tuesday’s primary election in Bucks County have been tallied, with about 1,500 ballots outstanding. Board of Elections staff had finished processing the bulk of ballots – more than 152,000 total – by about…

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Mastriano, Fetterman win Respective Primaries

Democratic Lt Governor John Fetterman and Republican Doug Mastriano won their respective primaries Tuesday night, as the Republican nomination for Senate is still to be decided. Fetterman who recently suffered a stroke defeated Congressman Conor Lamb. “This is the most…

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Incumbent Fitzpatrick, Challenger Ehasz Move on for PA 1 Congressional Seat

Democratic Congressional candidate Ashley Ehasz, as expected, will move forward to her next battle in November  taking on Congressman (R) Brian Fitzpatrick in a fight for Pennsylvania's 1st Congressional District. Fitzpatrick, the incumbent, dispatched challenger Alex Entin by a two…

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Tuesday is Primary Day

Tuesday is Primary Day throughout  the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with important choices to be made by voters in federal and state races. Candidates for Senator and Governor on both sides of the ticket are in the midst of making their…

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Nearby: Montco “Goody Bag” Doctor Sentenced to 20 Years in Federal Prison

Last week  Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Andrew Berkowitz, 62, of Huntington Valley, PA was sentenced to 20 years in prison, five years supervised release, and was ordered to pay a $40,000 fine and almost $4…

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