Warminster police and the Bucks County district attorney’s office say they are looking into a growing number of claims that Tollefson sold sports packages at charity events but never delivered the goods.
Police say a 50-year-old woman surrendered after allegedly trying to rob a First Niagara Bank in the Philadelphia suburb.
Officials say at least one count of murder is likely to be filed against the man who allegedly engaged police in a shootout. An elderly woman was killed in a nearby apartment.
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.
Police have arrested the former owner of a Warminster, Bucks County restaurant who they believe opened fire on its new owner.
A Bucks County non-profit that supports homeless youth lost its federal funding, but has decided to take matters in its own hands.
The Philadelphia Corporation for Aging has 18 investigators handling more than 2,000 calls per year.
Hundreds of bath towels have been collected at a Bucks County retirement community to help a newly opened animal shelter get off to a good start.
Police have arrested 28-year-old Peter Romagano of Stanwood Lane in connection with the robberies along the Street Road corridor.
A spokeswoman for the archdiocese described the latest talks as “productive,” with the two sides exchanging proposals at an undisclosed location.
Most Philadelphia-area Catholic high schools will be closed on Wednesday because of the ongoing teachers’ strike.
Gina Gorski’s children are fourteen, ten, nine, five, and three years old. How does she do it?
Authorities recently recovered iPods, phone cases, GPS units, and a camera from a car that was suspected to be connected to a string of vehicle break-ins that spanned several neighborhoods in the township last year.
Nearly four decades after he allegedly fired a bullet into another man’s back during a fight in Bucks County, Pa., a Philadelphia man is under arrest and charged with criminal homicide.
A Philadelphia man will spend at least 18 months in state prison for stealing corporate credit card numbers from guests at a Bucks County hotel and then using the cards to buy Phillies and Flyers tickets.