Officials Look To Ease Concerns About Contaminated Ground Water In Local Suburban TownshipsDozens of local, state and federal officials fielded questions Wednesday in Horsham Township about the contaminated water linked to military bases. It was in response to the recent shut down of dozens of public and private wells.
Horsham Community Meeting Focuses On Water SafetyConcerns about water safety are growing in parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Pearl Jam Dedicates Song To 24-Year-Old Stabbed To Death In PhillyIt’s been more than two months since Matthew and Terrence McGovern lost their brother Colin.
Local College Student Dies From Electrocution After Fall From RoofThe Penn State student fell off of the roof of her apartment where she was sitting on Friday after trying to reach a high-voltage wire.
Firefighter Falls From Roof While Battling Blaze In BensalemAuthorities say a firefighter was injured Saturday morning while battling a fire at a home along the 1100 block of Tennis Avenue in Bensalem, Bucks County.
Harriet Tubman's Legacy Alive And Well In Bucks CountyA statute of Harriet Tubman stands along the Delaware River in Lions Park in Bristol Borough.
Cyclist Celebrates 96th Birthday With New Set Of WheelsThe Central Bucks Bike Club presented Bill Grun with a new bike and took him on a special birthday ride.
Conwell-Egan High School On Lockdown After Anonymous ThreatPolice in Bristol Township say they were notified by the FBI around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday regarding the threat.
AAA Mid-Atlantic: Gas Prices Climb To Six-Month HighMotorists continue to pay more at the pumps across the Philadelphia region. AAA says the average price of a gallon of regular gas in the city's five-county region on Sunday was $2.42, up 3 cents from last week.
NE Extension Southbound Between Lansdale And Quakertown Reopens Following AccidentPolice say the accident happened early Saturday morning when a tanker truck rolled down an embankment.
Warminster Police Warn Residents Of Scammers Posing As Water Authority EmployeesAuthorities say that scammers are posing as Warminster Water Authority employees and requesting money from homeowners.
'It Was Raining Rocks' Bricks Thrown At Truck Drivers On PA TurnpikePolice are now looking for those responsible for putting lives in danger.

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