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(The new Bucks County Justice Center, under contstruction.  Photo by Brad Segall)

Bucks County’s New, $86-Million Justice Center Taking Shape

More than five hundred county employees will call the building home. On a clear day there are striking views of the Philadelphia skyline.

06/27/2014

(Paula Nagle.  Photo provided by Marshall Financial Group)

Bucks Co. Financial Expert Worries About New Student Loan Rules

“It’s kind of a double-edge sword,” says Paula Nagle of the Marshall Financial Group, based in Doylestown.

06/09/2014

(Nicole Marquis, in her "Charlie Was A Sinner" vegan restaurant, on 13th Street near Sansom in center city.  Photo by Hadas Kuznits)

What’s Cooking on 1060: 2 New Restaurants, and Playspace Happy Hours

A new vegan restaurant in center city, a children’s playspace that offers BYOB happy hours during the summer, and a historic dining spot in Doylestown, Pa.

05/22/2014

(Dr. Basem Shlewiet.  Photo provided by Bucks County DA)

More Sex Abuse Charges Filed Against Bucks Psychiatrist

After news of Dr. Basem Shlewiet’s arrest went public last month, authorities say five more women came forward to say he had indecently assaulted them during office visits.

02/21/2014

(File photo)

Many Area Hospitals on Backup Generators As Storm Cuts Power Lines

How are Delaware Valley hospitals faring after the Wednesday morning ice storm?

02/05/2014

(Photo from Doylestown PD)

Bucks County Man Gets 8-25 Years In Rt. 611 Crash That Killed Girl

A man convicted of third-degree murder in a suburban Philadelphia crash that killed a 9-year-old girl and paralyzed her grandmother has been sentenced to eight to 25 years in state prison.

08/15/2013

(Photo from Bucks County DA's office)

Charges Upgraded To Murder: Doylestown Victim Dies After Being Stabbed 70+ Times

Prosecutors say the suspect, 21-year-old Dale Wakefield of Doylestown, had initially been charged with attempted murder but those charges will now be elevated because his 71-year-old victim died.

07/08/2013

(Photo from Doylestown PD)

Bucks Man Convicted In Rt. 611 Crash That Killed Girl, Paralyzed Grandmother

After two days of testimony, a Bucks County judge found 38-year-old Drew Bodden of Plumstead guilty of the murder of nine-year-old Holly Huynh.

06/05/2013

(Credit: Mike DeNardo)

Doylestown Hospital Recruits a Superbug-Killing Robot

A new robot is on duty at Doylestown Hospital, killing dangerous microorganisms by zapping them with ultraviolet light.

03/19/2013

Bookkeeper Sentenced For Stealing From Bucks County Car Dealership

Nancy Cresse spent more than thirty years working for Keystone Volvo in Doylestown, but since 1999 she’s been systematically stealing from the company.

03/12/2013

(Caroline Pla, at right, with her former football teammates.  Photo provided)

Bucks Schoolgirl Awaits Phila. Archdiocese Ruling on Boys-Only Football

Caroline Pla (#10 in photo) began playing football at age five. Last season, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia caught wind of Caroline’s presence on the team and told her it violated CYO policy.

02/22/2013

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Storm Causes Slippery Conditions, Not Much Accumulation Across The Area

Snow fell across the region Friday night, causing many problems, in some areas more than others.

02/09/2013

(Irene Ruhnke, left, played second base for the Fort Wayne Daisies in 1946.  Helen Carson, right, played for a New Hampshire team at the age of 19.  Photos provided)

Doylestown Museum Puts Spotlight on History of Women’s Baseball

On hand for Saturday’s opening at the Mercer Museum will be Ruth Richard, the catcher on the Rockford Peaches who inspired the Geena Davis character in “A League of Their Own.”

01/26/2013

Immigrants Rally And Hold Boycotts Nationwide

Hobby Shop In Bucks County To Close After 4 Decades

A fixture in the business community in Doylestown for more than four decades is closing its doors in the next month.

01/13/2013

(2012 file photo, provided by Penndot)

Route 202 Parkway Opens To Traffic

Traffic is now moving along the first highway to open in Southeastern Pennsylvania in more than 20 years.

12/03/2012

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