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Bristol Businesses, Employees Cited for Tobacco Sales to Minors

Bristol Borough businesses and employees were cited last week for selling tobacco products to minors. The citations originally initiated by state investigators were issued during the week of June 20, public court records reveal. The citations came to light through…

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First National Night Out is Coming to Bristol Borough

Well its official, National Night Out (NNO) community event is coming to Bristol Borough for a August 2 date. The event is being sponsored by Bristol Cares and the Bristol Borough Police Department and will take place on the grounds…

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Levittown Hotel to be Sold Off at Sheriff Sale that Currently Houses Homeless

A Levittown based hotel that' is still operating will be sold off at County Sheriff's sale legal records and notices revealed Monday. The Hammock Hotel located in Bristol Township at 6201 Bristol Pike will be sold off in lieu of…

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Clydesdales Are Coming Back, Nashville on Mill St Launches May Events in Bristol

Six years ago, "the biggest crowds ever" swarmed Bristol Borough to get a gander at the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales. At Monday night's Council meeting, President of Raising the Bar, Bill Pezza, announced a return engagement is only days away.…

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Wood St. Shooter Sent to State Prison, Pleads out in Three Cases

A Bristol Township man who on a crime spree in 2020 pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated assault and two related robbery counts last month in the Bucks Court of Common Pleas. Troy Keys 21 will spend at least…

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Borough Police to Assist State Police in managing Services at Wade Funeral Home for “Hero” Trooper

Services in Bristol for Pennsylvania State Trooper Martin F. Mack III begin Wednesday morning. Mack was killed, along with fellow Trooper Branden T Sica and civilian Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, of Allentown on I-95 March 21 when they were struck…

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