1 Injured, At Least 1 Evacuated In Levittown House Fire One person was hospitalized, and at least one person was evacuated when a fire burned through a home in Levittown, Bucks County Tuesday evening.
Another Life Sentence Imposed In 2011 Murder of Bucks MusicianBreon Powell offered nothing in the courtroom when the judge officially imposed the sentence in the murder of Danny DeGennaro (photo).
2 Firefighters Injured Battling Blaze At Levittown Daycare CenterOfficials say two firefighters were treated for minor injuries after they helped put out a fire that broke out at a daycare center in Bucks County Saturday afternoon.
Levittown, Pa. Company To Operate Philadelphia Archdiocese CemeteriesThe company is giving the archdiocese $89 million over a 35-year period, $53 million of it up front.
Donors Respond To Victims of Levittown Apartment Complex FireThe parking lot of the Walter Miller Elementary School was filled with cars and trucks loaded down with bags of clothing and other supplies for the people burned out of their homes at the Racquet Club Apartments.
Red Cross Of Southeastern Pa. Helping Residents Displaced By Levittown FireNearly 100 residents of a Levittown apartment complex who were displaced by Friday night's fire may be getting some help, thanks to the American Red Cross and State Representative Frank Farry.
Young Boy Tells How He And Friends Warned Residents Of Bucks County 4-Alarm BlazeTwelve-year-old Ilijah Rodriguez and his handful of friends were playing outside when the fire broke out in one of the buildings at the Raquet Club Apartments.
Police Say Two Bucks County Pharmacy Robberies Are LinkedPolice, reviewing surveillance video from both stores, believe the same men are responsible for both holdups.
Easter Seals of Southeastern Pa. Moves Into New, $4-Million FacilityCarl Webster, executive director and CEO of the chapter, says they were desperate to move from the outdated facility they had used for forty years.
Pa. Attorney General Goes After Bucks Wedding Photographer For Failing To DeliverThe lawsuit accuses Kenneth Stillman Jr. of Levittown of illegal business practices.
What's Halloween Without School's Annual Parade, Bucks Parents Wonder? 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.