YARDLEY BOROUGH >> After a year’s absence, Harvest Day came roaring back on Saturday.
IDENTITY THEFT >> 500 block of Freedom Dr. reported at 9:57 a.m. on Sept. 15. Complainant reported unknown person(s) filed for unemployment benefits in their name.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Since Cpl. Steve Langan met Tag, the dog who would become his 11-year partner in April 2008, the two were virtually inseparable.
MORRISVILLE >> Artists in Bucks County will join dozens of groups worldwide Friday to simultaneously paint murals representing L.O.V.E. in action in their communities.
HARRISBURG >> The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) will hold a late-September telephonic hearing to gather public input on the proposed acquisition of the Lower Makefield Township wastewater system, located in Bucks County, by Aqua Pennsylvania.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> In the quiet embrace of the Garden of Reflection, hundreds gathered on Saturday to remember and reflect two decades after the events of Sept. 11, 2001 shook the nation.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Three weeks after he was shot during an offender check on August 18, Yardley Borough Council on Tuesday welcomed back Chief Joseph Kelly with a standing ovation.
UPDATE: OFF-SITE PARKING is now being implemented as a result of wet weather conditions for the evening REMEMBRANCE IN LIGHT CEREMONY only. The public is asked to park at Afton Elementary School, 1673 Quarry Road, Yardley 19067. The public is encouraged to arrive between 5:30 and 6 p.m. on 9…
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The cool, refreshing taste of acai bowls and fruit smoothies has arrived in downtown Yardley just in time for Harvest Day.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> Blue skies and abundant sunshine welcomed the borough’s annual Labor Day Picnic back to the island on Monday.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Dozens of large trucks, excavators, towing vehicles, emergency response vehicles and various types of heavy machinery will be on hand for kids and their families to explore during Falls Township’s annual Touch a Truck event on Sept. 18.
THEFT >> 1200 block of Knox Dr. reported at 12:59 p.m. on Sept. 1. Complainant reported writing a check for $476 and it was cashed for $4,800 with a different payee’s name.
MORRISVILLE >> A 24-year-old man charged with shooting Yardley Police Chief Joseph Kelly earlier this month was ordered to face attempted murder and related charges in Bucks County Court of Common Pleas, Magisterial District Judge Corryn L. Kronnagel ruled during a preliminary hearing …
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> From a spectacular fireworks display to an afternoon filled with fun and games, Lower Makefield pulled out all the stops on Saturday for Community Day as it welcomed everyone home from summer vacation with an afternoon of community togetherness.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> A fire broke out around 12 a.m. Monday, August 23 in the storage area of the Ecoremedy, LLC plant, which sits on the site of the Morrisville Municipal Authority’s wastewater treatment plant on Riverview Avenue in Morrisville.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The borough has a new policy regulating the use of flagpoles at borough hall and at Buttonwood Park.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Lower Makefield will celebrate the end of summer by coming together for an afternoon of live entertainment, food trucks and a whole lot of fun.
DOYLESTOWN >> A 24-year-old man was arraigned August 18 on attempted murder and related charges for shooting Yardley Police Chief Joseph Kelly who was assisting a Bucks County probation officer on an offender check at the Yardley Commons Condominiums.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> A 24 year old man is in custody and will face attempted murder charges of a law enforcement officer after shooting Yardley Borough Police Chief Joseph Kelly Wednesday morning, August 18 at Yardley Commons.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A new 9-11 Never Forget pin is now on sale as a benefit for the Garden of Reflection, Pennsylvania’s official 9-11 memorial in Bucks County.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Township planners on August 9 heard the latest vision for “The Point,” a triangular- shaped piece of land in the heart of historic Edgewood village.
PENNSBURY >> Under an updated health and safety plan to be voted on by the school board this week, when students return to the classroom on August 30 masks will be required for K to 5th grade students and strongly recommended for 6 to 12th grade students who are unvaccinated.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Another delicious edition of Restaurant Week will be served from Monday, August 16 to Sunday, August 22 in downtown Yardley.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> A motion to appeal the zoning board’s decision granting the Taproom zoning relief to operate a restaurant died on the floor for lack of a second.
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT >> 900 block of N. Pennsylvania Ave. reported at 3:33 a.m. on August 6. Complainant reported sometime overnight, unknown person(s) stole their 2017 BMW X3 from their detached garage. The victim used the BMW GPA app which showed the vehicle was located on the 100 blo…
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> The Lower Makefield-Yardley Republican Committee has voted to endorse Lower Makefield businessman Pirooz Abir to replace Fatu Markey on the ballot as the second candidate for Region 1 Pennsbury School Board Director.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Two new part-time officers are joining the borough’s police force after officially being sworn in on Tuesday, August 3.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> For Eliyahu Kheel, the new owner of Yardley Pizza, the kitchen is his stage and his customers are his audience.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Plans are moving forward in Lower Makefield to mark the 20th year commemoration of the 9-11 terror attacks in New York City, Washington, DC, and in the skies above western Pennsylvania.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Artis Senior Living of Yardley will celebrate its first anniversary by hosting an open house on Thursday, August 5 from 3 to 5 pm. at 765 Stony Hill Road, Yardley 19067.
NEW HOPE >> The Friends of the Delaware Canal (FODC) have announced that Michael D. Ginder has been appointed executive director of the organization. He steps into the role following the retirement of Susan Taylor after 30 years of service.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> State Senator Steve Santarsiero delivered a $60,000 check to the Lower Makefield Police Department on July 20 for the purchase of a crime scene/accident investigation vehicle.
IDENTITY THEFT >> 800 block of Hudson Dr. reported at 11:31 a.m. on July 22. Complainant reported unknown person(s) filed for unemployment benefits in their name.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Yardley Borough will use a low interest line of credit from the First National Bank of Newtown to provide cash flow for three major capital projects.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The American Legion is asking borough council to pass a resolution limiting the use of the flagpole in front of borough hall to flying only the American flag.
COUNTERFEIT DOCUMENTS ARREST >> Rt. 332 and Stony Hill Rd. reported at 10:39 a.m. on July 15. Police on patrol stopped a vehicle for violations. A 47 year old man from Lower Makefield was cited for Disorderly Conduct and Counterfeit Inspection Stickers.
PENNSBURY >> Seven new pieces of art, including the district’s first digital piece, have been added to Pennsbury’s permanent art collection.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A dazzling fireworks show lit up the sky over Shady Brook Farm on Friday night as part of its Summer unWINEd Concert Series.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> After missing a year due to the pandemic, Music On Main returns to downtown Yardley with a shortened season, but packed with plenty of tunes.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> At approximately 4 p.m., a police officer was dispatched to two restaurants on Main Street to investigate theft by deception/access device complaints involving a man and a woman.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Beginning July 16, Edgewood Road in Lower Makefield will be closed and detoured between Schuyler Drive and Mill Road for the Sandy Run/Edgewood Road Safety Improvement project.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> During a special meeting on July 13, the Morrisville Borough Council voted unanimously to appoint Judith Danko as its borough manager.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> A vote by borough council on whether to appeal the Taproom’s zoning decision is not expected until August or September.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> On June 8 just before 8 p.m. an officer on patrol observed a motorist parked partially in the roadway in the 20 block of Canal Street honking a car horn repeatedly.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> PECO is offering to sell its former substation lot in Rivermawr to Yardley Borough for $55,000, the borough’s appraised value of the land.
DRUG ARREST >> Oxford Valley Road and Route 1 reported at 9:54 p.m. on July 8. Police on patrol stopped a vehicle for violations. Further investigation revealed the 29 year old male driver from Levittown was wanted out of Bucks County and the 33 year old male passenger from Langhorne w…
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Yardley Historical Association Book Swap will be held on Saturday, July 10 from 1-4 p.m. The Swap will be held both outside and inside the Old Library by Lake Afton, 46 West Afton Avenue.