The organization that runs “First Fridays” in Doylestown, Pa. says the event has run its course and will no longer continue.
Authorities say Richard Klementovich, an off-duty Clifton, NJ police officer, called local police to his estranged wife’s house Sunday afternoon, saying he had a civil dispute.
The Central Bucks School District is bidding farewell to a popular music teacher who taught thousands of students, including some who went on to fame of their own in various ways.
A coalition of residents, concerned about the safety of their properties as well as parking and noise issues, wanted the borough to end the monthly celebrations.
“I’m Ian De Fabio with the Dubh Linn Square Pubs Beer School and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Doylestown Township police chief Stephen White says burglars are forcing their way into homes and grabbing cash, jewelry, and other items they can sell.
VP Biden says the Obama administration is helping the middle class by increasing grants, providing tax breaks, and making it easier to pay back college loans.
Another season, another playoff appearance for the Delaware Valley College Aggies.
This $200 million, 8½-mile project, dreamed of since the 1960s, is in its final lap, with Pickertown Road scheduled for closure for nine months.
“Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the staple of a tradition in America that just won’t quit,” says Tom Kennedy, an agribusiness expert at Delaware Valley College.
Carolyn Trymbiski has avoided a prison sentence after admitting that she stole several thousand dollars from a fellow teacher at Groveland Elementary School in Plumstead.
The Bucks County district attorney says Richard Cantando confided to his minister on Monday that he was in trouble, that his probation was going to be violated, and that he wasn’t going to let himself go back to prison.
A Bucks County organization that helps wounded veterans and their families is getting a $250,000 grant from the General Motors Foundation to take their “9/11 Heroes Run” nationwide this year.
Bucks County officials say it’s unlikely the county will continue to participate in an energy program this summer that could have saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Bucks County officials are taking a second look at an energy program that could save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars after several complaints from county workers at the courthouse in Doylestown.