Escaped Blair County Inmate Believed to be in Philadelphia, Stolen Vehicle LocatedNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
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Gym & Entertainment Complex Replacing Macy’s at Neshaminy Mall in Bensalem, PA
We finally know what's going to be moving into the old Macy's store in Neshaminy Mall. Bucks County Courier Times is reporting that the vacant department store is about to become something really cool. The space is being turned into an "indoor-outdoor state-of-the-art gym and entertainment center with restaurant, boxing rings, pool and nine-hole golf course." Wow. It's going to be big...200,000-square-feet.
Grants awarded to 11 Bensalem school District classroom projects
At the Nov. 28 school board meeting, the Just for the Kids Education Foundation Board announced the recipients of the Classroom Project Awards for the 2023-2024 school year. The 11 projects receiving funding totaling $4,934.61 are:. Rush Elementary School: Maryann Brescia – Dance at Benjamin Rush, $497; Jeannie Guerra –...
Lower Makefield Police Request Public Assistance to Identify Trio Involved in Attempted Burglary
• Lower Makefield Township Police in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, are seeking help to identify three suspects involved in an attempted burglary. • The suspects reportedly approached a residence on Hidden Pond Drive, attempting to open the doors of vehicles parked outside and a rear door of the house.
Man with alleged Halloween triple shooting suspect from Bensalem faces more charges
A Bucks County man is facing additional charges in Ohio where authorities believe he agreed to help a Lower Makefield man avoid capture after a fatal triple shooting in Bensalem that killed a 14-year-old boy. A Marysville, Ohio grand jury recently indicted Joshua Marquez, 25, of Falls, with six felonies...
Local Incident Highlights Rising Opportunistic Crime in Suburbs
The quiet streets of Abington Township were disrupted on Tuesday, December 5, when an audacious theft took place. An unidentified individual, driving a slate-colored Buick sedan with notable damage to the front left quarter panel, is accused of stealing a wallet from a contractor's vehicle at the intersection of Huntingdon Pike and Susquehanna Road. In a matter of minutes, the thief further exploited the situation by spending about $530 with the stolen wallet at a nearby Target store. The Abington police, armed with video evidence, have taken up the case in their ongoing efforts to maintain local safety.
Man Gets Prison Time For Rite Aid Robbery In Millville: Prosecutor
Rodney Green, of Willingboro, was sentenced for robbery on Tuesday, Dec. 5, according to Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae. He must serve over 12 1⁄2 years before being eligible for parole, she said. The robbery occurred on Sept. 29, 2020, at Rite Aid on 907 North High Street in...
Burglar Makes Quick Getaway After Stealing Jewelry from Bucks County Store
• A burglar stole over $10,000 worth of jewelry from Henry's Rock & Gem Inc., a store in Warrington Township, Pennsylvania. • The burglary occurred early Tuesday morning and was discovered when police responded to a burglar alarm at approximately 5:13 a.m.
MysterySolved: Camden Man Killed Haddon Twp. Woman Then Dumped Her Body, Cops Say
After being charged with second-degree disturbing human remains, 53-year-old Carlos Acevedo, of Camden, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Cathleen McGrath, Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez said. McGrath, of Haddon Township, was found dead near 8th Street and...
This Controversial New Law in New Jersey Will Have People Talking
It's the most wonderful time of the year. Christmastime is supposed to be all about happiness and cheer. A new law that Governor Phil Murphy signed to go into effect January 1, 2024, may not be the perfect topic at the holiday table. First, let's talk about a good new...
Levittown Juvenile Arrested For Lower Makefield Carjacking
A teenager from Levittown is in serious trouble with police. For unknown reasons, police say, he approached a victim in the parking lot of a shopping center at 1:31 AM. on December 4,2023. Without warning, police said, the juvenile started hitting the victim in his head, causing serious injury. He then stole the victims car.
Prosecutors: Willingboro man sentenced to 30 years in prison for 2020 murder
Kwacey Owens was found guilty of fatally shooting Barry Barino in the head in 2020, officials say.
Bristol Wells Fargo Joins Washington Crossing in Closing its Doors
As the banking world transforms into a digital platform, Wells Fargo in Bristol is soon closing its doors. As the banking world transforms into a digital platform, Wells Fargo in Bristol is soon closing its doors, writes Jeff Ward for 69 News. “This is not an easy decision or one...
NJ student hit by a car getting off school bus, flown to hospital
HAMILTON (Atlantic) — A student from Atlantic County is seriously hurt after being struck by a car while getting off the bus after school. The 15-year-old male student was hit by a 2013 Honda Civic while getting off the bus in Hamilton Township near the intersection of Somers Point Road and Old River Road around 5:45 p.m. Monday, local police said.
Say Goodbye! This Shuttered NJ Diner Will Be Demolished For a Taco Bell and Coffee Shop
It's an end of an era for this South Jersey town; one of many closed New Jersey diners will face demolition. The now-vacant Penn Queen Diner, located at 7349 N Crescent Blvd in Pennsauken, will be demolished to make way for a new Taco Bell and Tim Hortons, according to 42Freeway.
Burglars Break Into Home Overnight and Steal Homeowners’ Cars
WARWICK TOWNSHIP, PA—Two thieves who broke into a Warwick home over the weekend got away with items from inside the house—and the two cars parked in the driveway. The thieves broke into the house on the 2100 block of Ashton Drive at about 1:40 a.m. on Dec. 2. The residents were asleep when the thieves entered through an unlocked sliding door. The thieves, who were captured on video, were wearing gloves and ski masks. They took key fobs from the house to drive away in the homeowners’ cars. Anyone with information is asked to call the Warwick police at 215-343-6102. Want more news like this delivered to your inbox? Sign up for our daily and weekly e-mail newsletters online.
This Burlington County town gets a new BBQ joint
WILLINGBORO – A new barbeque joint at Willingboro Town Center marks the South Jersey debut of a sit-down restaurant chain. 1911 Smoke House Barbeque had a soft opening for its newest location in late November at a site where several other restaurants once operated. Co-owner Maurice Hallett said the...
Local Update: Bensalem Township Council's Budget Meeting on December 4, 2023
The Bensalem Township Council will hold a budget meeting on Monday, December 4, 2023, at 7:00 P.M. The location is the Council Chambers at the Municipal building, 2400 Byberry Road, Bensalem, PA 19020. The meeting agenda is available online.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Cats Up for Adoption in bensalem, PA
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of bensalem..
Say Cheese! Google Maps Car Catches New Jersey Duo in Trouble With Police
What's worse than getting pulled over by a police officer in New Jersey?. Getting caught by the Google Maps car after being pulled over by a police officer in New Jersey. I was getting ready to write an entirely different story when I accidentally stumbled upon something on Google Maps that made me laugh a bit (admittingly, at the expense of these two people).
Shots Fired Outside High School Following Lawrence Central-Lawrence North Basketball Game
• Police responded to reports of shots fired outside Lawrence Central High School following a basketball game between Lawrence Central and Lawrence North. • A fight broke out after the game, leading to a chaotic situation where people ran from the gym and then back inside.