Bristol Township Pa.
As if temperatures in the 90s weren’t bad enough, Tuesday night’s powerful storm knocked out power in several Bucks County communities.
The district projects it will have 800 more elementary school students in the next six years. And with an aging infrastructure, it needed to find a way to bring their education into the 21st century.
Bristol Township has a post on its web site indicating that a police officer and walk-through metal detector will be stationed at the entrance to the municipal building in time for Thursday night’s Council meeting.
As of Thursday morning more than half of Bristol Township was still without power after Hurricane Sandy moved through Monday night.
When a new principal arrived at Emerson Elementary School in Bristol Township, teachers approached her about doing away with the school’s half-century-old Halloween parade in favor of a harvest festival.
Bucks County DA David Heckler says it’s been a gradual process trying to solve the murder of Kevin Battista, but with the prime suspect behind bars on other charges, they were able to get key witnesses to talk.
Authorities in Bristol Township say that thieves are going to great lengths to get their hands on valuable metals they can sell to make a quick buck.
The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office have announced that a man previously accused of sexually molesting an underage girl will now face additional criminal charges.
Authorities say they’ve taken an alleged child predator off the streets of Bucks County with the arrest of Walter Meyerle, 34, of Morrisville, Pa.