Pennsylvania Physician Accused of Attempting to Kill an Elderly Woman in a House FireTony CheewahNewsBreak Contributor
Visit the Most Charming Christmas Town in PennsylvaniaDiana RusNewsBreak Contributor
Burlington County Commissioners Encourage Residents To Bring Unwanted Holiday Lights To County Resource Recovery Complex
THREE DELAWARE STATE PLAYERS SCORE IN DOUBLE-DIGITS IN HORNETS 105-58 VICTORY OVER GWYNEDD MERCYDelaware Sports BlitzNewsBreak Contributor
Toll Brothers Takes Center Stage at Langhorne Borough Zoning Board HearingBucks County BeaconNewsBreak Contributor
Burglar steals more than $10K worth of jewelry from Bucks County store in 40-second heist
The thief was in and out of the business within 40 seconds and left out a rear door, according to police.
Deadly Police Shooting Of Northampton Twp. Man Was 'Justified,' Bucks DA Says
Authorities have claimed Chambers was brandishing a knife when officers shot him multiple times at his Elm Street home around 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 5, Daily Voice reported. Now, Bucks DA Matthew Weintraub says police were called by Chambers' mother after the 40-year-old cut his neck and threatened to jump from the roof.
Bucks County Correction Officer Arrested for NYC Homicide: A Case of Off-Duty Conduct and Public Trust
In a startling incident that recently surfaced from Bucks County, a 25-year-old corrections officer, Aaron A. Mayers, found himself under arrest for his alleged involvement in a violent homicide that occurred in New York City on October 20. Mayers, a Doylestown Township resident employed since July 2022, is now facing a second-degree murder charge. The event, initially misinterpreted as a hit-and-run, was reassessed as a deliberate attack after security footage came to light. The victim, 50-year-old Francisco Ortega, was brutally assaulted by several individuals, suffering injuries that led to his death after hospitalization. This act, believed to be spurred by road rage, has placed Mayers in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility, awaiting extradition.
new hope, PA Residents: Your Future Cats Best Friend Awaits!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around new hope..
Two Cities In Pennsylvania Named Rudest In The Nation
There are 2 cities in Pennsylvania alone that are considered to be the rudest cities across America. Growing up in the New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia area, I’ve seen my share of rudeness and bluntness that everyone in our area is just pretty much used to at this point! Business Insider has curated an official list of the rudest cities in America.
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 had, causing serious injury. He then stole the victims car.
2 arrested, charged in connection with gift card scheme in Bucks County
Police say two suspects placed about 75 Visa gift cards on the shelves there on November 28, having already skimmed information from the gift cards.
Violent Carjacking and Assault in Yardley Leads to Arrest
YARDLEY, PA – An assault and carjacking occurred in the early hours of Sunday, on the 700 block of Stony Hill Rd. The male suspect forcefully removed the victim from…
Diamond Nation baseball and softball complex in Hunterdon eyes new business venture
RARITAN TOWNSHIP – Diamond Nation wants to get into the self-storage business. The baseball complex, on the corner of River and Bartles Corner roads, has applied to the township for approval to build a self-storage facility on the property now used for overflow parking on the east side of River Road.
Princeton on high alert after possibly rabid raccoon attacks 2 people
PRINCETON, N.J. (CBS) -- The Princeton Health Department is warning residents and Princeton University students to keep an eye out after two attacks in close succession by a raccoon (or raccoons) that may have rabies.The first occurred near the Dillon Gym on Princeton's campus shortly before 9 p.m. Monday.The health department says a student was attacked by a raccoon exhibiting common behaviors typical of a rabies infection, including chirping noises and unprovoked aggression.The student received post-exposure treatment after the incident.Then around 6 a.m. Tuesday, a resident on Hibben Road was attacked by a raccoon sitting on their doormat.That resident was...
Woman sentenced for DUI, causing fatal crash in Cheltenham
Kaitlyn E. Dilemmo, 33, of Doylestown, has been sentenced to nine to 23 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to the June 6, 2022, crash in Cheltenham Township that killed 77-year-old Jacqueline Kovach of Philadelphia. Kovach died on August 18, 2022 from injuries sustained in the crash....
10 most expensive homes sold in Bucks County, Nov. 27 - Dec. 3
A house in Newtown that sold for $1.3 million tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Bucks County in the past week. In total, 132 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $452,961. The average price per square foot was $255.
Shop these Central Jersey holiday markets for gifts with artisan twists
It's tempting to swoop Amazon and buy all of your holiday gifts in one spot. But for those looking for unique, one-of-a-kind gifts made by local artisans, Amazon just won't do. These holiday markets are popping up throughout Central Jersey and offering everything from holiday wreaths to home decor to...
15-year-old hit by car while getting off school bus in South Jersey
Police say the 15-year-old boy was getting off the bus when he was hit by a 79-year-old man driving a Honda Civic.
Lawrence Township settles lawsuit with encroaching business
Trenton Block & Hardscape Supply, Inc. has agreed to remove its business products and equipment from township-owned property, according to a consent order filed in Mercer County Superior Court on Oct. 31. The company, which is located at 625 Cherry Tree Lane, had been encroaching on Lawrence Township-owned land at...
Bucks Scammers 'Drained' Gift Cards, Put Them Back On Store Shelves: Authorities
Jian He, 28, and Min He, 35, are charged with theft and related felony counts, said Plumstead police. It happened on Tuesday, Nov. 28 around 10 p.m., when officers were called to the Giant at Cross Keys Place for suspicious activity, the department said. They arrived and spoke with an...
Solebury Township Planning Commission to Hold Hybrid Meeting on December 11, 2023
The Solebury Township Planning Commission will hold a hybrid board meeting on Monday, December 11, 2023, at 7:00 pm Eastern Time. The meeting will take place both in-person at the Township Building and online via Zoom. The Zoom app is free and can be used on iOS, Android, and computers.
PennDOT to fix Lower Bucks' frustrating double intersection near Oxford Valley Mall
It's Lower Bucks County's most confusing and frustrating crossroads which for decades has produced a steady flow of fender benders and crashes on the border of Falls and Middletown. It's the intersection of Bristol-Oxford Valley Road and Lincoln Highway, with the similarly named North Oxford Valley Road supporting motoring confusion....
Share the best holiday light displays in Bucks County with us
Let there be lights. The more the merrier. Do you know of a Christmas display worth the time and gas money to see in person in Bucks County? Well, we want to know about them, and we'd like to tell our readers. ...
New Task Force Aims to Enhance Flood Insurance, Mitigate Damage in Bucks County
Following the tragic floods that swept Bucks County this summer, Pennsylvania’s government is taking action to mitigate the natural disasters. Following the tragic floods that swept Bucks County this summer, Pennsylvania’s government is taking action to mitigate the natural disasters, writes Damon C. Williams for the Bucks County Courier Times.