Bucks County Pa.
The archbishop of Philadelphia says he’ll allow the region’s Catholic youth sports league to field co-ed football teams.
Andrew Cairns is charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, and numerous other offenses, but prosecutors say a murder charge could be added depending on how the investigation falls out.
Warren Hogeland was a senior judge in Bucks County, and Ken Miller was a senior judge in Delaware County, but each would pitch in and help in Philadelphia Traffic Court when asked.
Samuel Sofia pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to providing false information during the purchase of a gun, and conspiracy. Both are felonies.
Joseph Canazaro was killed last Friday by two armed men during an invasion-robbery at his home on Swartley Road in Hilltown Township.
“They weren’t walking out of the house with a 50-inch, flat-screen TV,” says Bensalem public safety director Fred Harran. “They’re looking for jewelry, things that they can go right to these cash-for-gold places and cash this stuff in and then buy their heroin.”
Each dependent on county health plans costs the county between $4,000 and $6,000 a year.
The lawsuit accuses Kenneth Stillman Jr. of Levittown of illegal business practices.
Police say as much as $10,000 worth of gold was stolen from an antiques store in Trevose, Pa.
A Facebook group has been formed to offer help to storm victims in central and upper Bucks County, one of the hardest hit areas of the Delaware Valley.
The concept for a new Route 202 dates back nearly half a century, and now it’s just about two months from reality.
The county commissioners approved a one-year, $167,000 contract for copy paper in Bucks County. Why so much, considering electronic communications, one commissioner wonders?
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.
John Grzyminski, 50, pleaded guilty to the possession of three explosive devices in the home he shared with his elderly mother.
Tyrone Dinkins, 37, of Oreland, Pa., was committed to prison in lieu of $800,000 bail following arraignment on charges of inappropriate contact with eight female members of the school choir.