NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The public is invited to stop by and show their support for local youth artists using art to help the Bucks County SPCA.
NEWTOWN >> The Newtown Athletic Club (NAC) is hosting a Community Fun Day for families at its Escape Resort to launch its newly formed Kids Lives Matter initiative.
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF >> Patrol was dispatched to Bright Now! Dental located on South Eagle Road around 4 p.m. on Sept. 11 for the report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. There was a scratch mark down the passenger side of the vehicle.
NEWTOWN >> While some summer camps were forced to close due to novel COVUD-19, the Newtown Athletic Club’s (NAC) summer camp program, Camp NAC, successfully provided a memorable summer experience for hundreds of children in the Lower Bucks County area.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> In powerful, and sometimes very emotional remarks delivered on the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, former Pennsylvania Governor Mark Schweiker condemned the architect of the attack for killing close to 3,000 people and called on all American…
ARREST WARRANT ISSUED >> On August 14, police responded to a residence in Newtown Township for the report of a daytime burglary. The residents were initially contacted by their credit card company following several unauthorized purchases. A short time later, it was discovered that the …
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The members of the Newtown Historic Association on Sept. 10 surprised longtime members Dave and Mary Callahan by renaming its new research center at 100 Mercer Street in their honor.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> A Five Year Financial Plan commissioned by the township is recommending a tax increase in 2021 to make up for a loss of revenue and to begin exploring cost sharing opportunities with neighboring Newtown Borough.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The Newtown Borough Council on Sept. 2 voted unanimously to extend a resolution allowing borough restaurants that have applied for a special permit to offer outdoor dining for another 45 days.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> On Friday evening, September 11th an event will take place at Newtown’s Pickering Field to honor the community’s first responders.
FRAUD >> At 8:30 a.m. on August 29 police initiated an investigation into the report of a worthless check that was used at Tanners Lawn & Snow Equipment. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors has given the Newtown Fire Association the okay to proceed with the purchase of a new rescue pumper at no cost to the township.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> At its first in-person meeting since March, the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors on August 26 voted unanimously to deny a conditional use application submitted by Toll Brothers.
NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP >> The Board of Supervisors on August 26 put its trash hauler, J.P. Mascaro & Sons, on notice that if collection doesn’t improve significantly the township will be forced to take action.
NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP >> Yet another buyer has stepped forward to breathe new life into the dilapidated Mill Race Inn located in the heart of Holland.
NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP >> Police are investigating the theft of a unique piece of local history - a rectangular steel cap used to seal an old underground missile silo air vent.
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UPPER MAKEFIELD >> Following the recent announcement of the sale of the 118-acre campus of The David Library of the American Revolution in Washington Crossing to Heritage Conservancy and Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resouces, the Library reports that it will of…
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors will hold an in-person meeting on August 26 to announce its decision on a conditional use application submitted by Toll Brothers.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The borough council on August 12 gave Issac Newton’s permission to use part of the borough-owned municipal lot to temporarily put up a tent for outdoor dining.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> A menacing raptor, a flesh-eating zombie named Undead Fred and a scary-looking goblin were no match for a group of young archers on Friday morning.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors on August 5 voted unanimously to advertise a municipal curative amendment that would add a combination gas station and convenience store as a special exception in its office/research zoning district.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The Newtown Township Police Department is investigating the source of two suspicious letters delivered by the U.S. postal service to two local businesses in Newtown Township.
DUI CHARGES PENDING >> At approximately 5:30 a.m. on August 7 police conducted a traffic stop on the operator of a blue 2017 Jeep Wrangler for committing a vehicle code violation in the area of the Newtown Bypass and Campus Drive. Upon contact with the operator, 47-year-old Teresa Webb…
WRIGHTSTOWN >> The Newtown-Makefeild Truck Enforcement Unit conducted a commercial vehicle safety inspection detail on August 12 in Wrightstown Township in order to help make local roads safer.
UPPER MAKEFIELD >>The Heritage Conservancy and the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has signed an agreement of sale with the David Library of the American Resolution (DLAR) to preserve an 118-acre farm in Washington Crossing that had been home to the David Library…
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The smell of freshly-baked cupcakes drifted through the hallways of the Newtown Township building Friday morning where three teams of young bakers were embroiled in a Cupcake War.
LANGHORNE BOROUGH >> No More Pain, Inc. and Lace’d Unisex Hair Salon present the Langhorne Borough African American Historical Day on Saturday, August 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mayor's Community Park.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> Resident John Burke is hoping to illuminate the sidewalks and streets of Newtown Borough for the 19th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.
NOISE COMPLAINT >> At approximately 12:30 a.m. on July 31 patrol was dispatched to the area of Woodbine Court for the report of a noise complaint. It was reported that there was loud music and that it was an ongoing issue. Upon arrival, patrol searched the surrounding areas with negati…
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> Black- and white-clad diners will hit North State Street in Newtown Borough on Saturday, Sept. 12 for the 5th annual Newtown Black & White Dinner – an elegant alfresco picnic held in the middle of the closed-down street.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The Newtown Borough Police Department is investigating a retail theft that occurred on July 24 at the Wine and Spirits Store located at 212 South State Street. The actor who committed the retail theft stole several bottles of Riazul Tequila Anejo. Help police identif…
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> When the Newtown Historic Association announced its first ever Garden Photo Contest earlier this summer, organizers had no idea what to expect.
ARREST >> At approximately 4:30 a.m. on July 24 police conducted a traffic stop on the Newtown Bypass in the area of Buck Road on the operator of a silver 2002 Honda Civic. Upon contact with the occupants, police identified the passenger as 30-year-old Aloysius Carroll of Newtown and v…
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> On July 16 at approximately 7:18 p.m. a silver Mercedes-Benz GLS 300 struck a parked vehicle in the Meglio Pizzeria parking lot located at 3 N. Sycamore St.
NEWTOWN >> The Newtown Athletic Club (NAC), a multi-recreational health and fitness lifestyle club, has announced that its summer camp, Camp NAC, will host an on-site Supplemental School Enrichment Programs for families in the community.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> A new, beautifully-appointed upscale consignment store has opened its doors on North State Street next to the Grapevine Natural Grocery store.
Suspicious Vehicle >> On July 23 at 12:48 a.m., patrol observed an occupied suspicious vehicle on Independence Dr. After further investigation, it was learned both occupants were just talking. Patrol resumed.
NEWTOWN >> At a meeting that Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Fraser called one of the most important in the history of the district, the school board on July 24 adopted a hybrid school reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year.
FRAUD >> On July 17, a Newtown Township resident contacted police to report a case of fraud. The resident related that he may have been a target for identity theft. When he checked with the credit bureaus, he discovered that there was a credit check from Verizon Wireless in the amount …
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> The Board of Supervisors are expected to meet in executive session in the next few weeks to discuss a possible settlement of the proposed Arcadia Green housing development project.
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP >> After numerous meetings and several years of work, Newtown Township, Wrightstown and Upper Makefield are close to adopting a curative amendment that would add a combination gas station and convenience store as a permitted use in the jointure.
NEWTOWN >> The Newtown Business Association took its summer car show to the public early Sunday evening with a pandemic-friendly car parade through parts of Newtown Borough and Newtown Township.
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP >> The July 3rd decision by the Washington Redskins to retire its name and logo has cast the local spotlight back on the Neshaminy School District and its own Redskins moniker.
Disabled Vehicle >> On July 13 patrol was dispatched to a disabled vehicle in the middle of the roadway on 332 at Saint Leonards Road. Patrol located the disabled vehicle on the shoulder of the roadway and provided road flares until the vehicle owners tow arrived
NEWTOWN >> Inside Pickering Manor’s new addition on Lincoln Avenue, almost everything is in place to welcome its first residents.