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The Gobblerito's cult following brought Thanksgiving to the menu for 2 entire months

The Gobblerito is back. Every year, fans of the Thanksgiving burrito await its return at Mad Mex restaurants in Pittsburgh, State College, Philadelphia, Erie and Columbus, Ohio. The massive burrito contains house-roasted turkey, black bean mashed potatoes, corn and traditional bread stuffing all wra

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-09-23 15:07:52

Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization System

Operated by Legacy Treatment Services, it provides limited crisis intervention to children and youth exhibiting emotional or behavioral disturbances that threaten to disrupt their current living arrangement. Call hotline, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Parent or guardian must make the ca


Online bullying and sexting growing more prevalent even among younger kids

A teen wants a nude or risque picture from a young friend or even an acquaintance. So he or she asks - and the photo is sent electronically. Then it's shared again and again and again in a scenario local law enforcement and school authorities say is growing alarmingly common. Last year, one nude sel


What could the state's environmental fund budget battle mean for Bucks?

They call them "hard numbers" for a reason. They're verifiable, immutable, and theoretically, not subject to debate. But there's little agreement about what the hard numbers are between Bucks and Montgomery County's Republican state representatives, as lawmakers in Harrisburg wrangle with potentiall


New design will be tangible change for newspaper

Last week, I wrote about our newsroom working toward a new normal under new owners. And in the coming weeks, readers will start to see more tangible examples of those efforts. Our staff has spent this week training for the change to our new publishing system. For some staff, it will be an easy trans


The case for diversity education

I didn't know whether to laugh or to cry when reading J. D. Mullane's Sept. 19 column. In arguing against teaching about diversity and the history of white supremacy, Mullane makes the argument for why such education is needed. According to the US Census Bureau, in 2015, about 61 percent of American


Hillary Clinton isn't helping the Democrats move on

I thought I would avoid having anything to say about Hillary Clinton's latest book. I thought the book, "What Happened," was meant to be some sort of cathartic Hillary Clinton 3.0 end of the story. I thought it would be accompanied by a graceful farewell tour. I forgot: The Clintons don't do gracefu


Complacency slows America's engine

It was an epoch-defining decision to place in Westminster Abbey, among statues of monarchs, priests and poets, a large one of James Watt, inventor of the separate-condenser steam engine. The statue's inscription says Watt ranks among the world's benefactors because he "increased the power of man." T


Hometown Heroes memorialized at Freedom Square

The idea for a special area in Doylestown Borough to remember the ultimate sacrifice made by Bucks County men and women fighting the global war on terror first took shape in 2009, but it was not until Saturday that Freedom Square truly felt complete. Under a blistering September sun, friends and fam


Drawing by Madison B., 8, Lambertville

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Fire destroys Tullytown packaging business

Paper and cardboard fueled a fire that burned for hours at a Tullytown business Saturday as first responders fought to get it under control. Firefighters from companies in Lower Bucks County and Burlington County responded to the three-alarm blaze at a commercial packaging company on the 700 block o


Smoky voiced Kathleen Turner brings her song stylings to Philadelphia

"It sings," Kathleen Turner says while bursting into a belly laugh. The "it," the iconic actress is referring to, is her dark, smoky voice. Turner will belt out classic songs, such as "Since I Fell For You" and "On the Street Where You Live" and deliver anecdotes during the aptly titled cabaret show


Community Yard Sale - The Ivins Outreach Center

GREAT LOCATION! COME TO SHOP AND SELL! Morrisville Presbyterian Church parking lot located directly on West Trenton Avenue adjacent to The Ivins Outreach Center. ~ Crafters and other Vendors needed. ~ 10 foot spaces available for $25 each. ~ Bring your own table or rent one for an additional $5 (lim

BUCKSLOCALNEWS.COM - 2017-09-23 15:00:00

Thousands without power in Mercer County late Saturday

TRENTON -- More than 8,000 Public Service Electric & Gas customers were without power in sections of Trenton and Hamilton late Saturday, according to the utility company. In Trenton, the company reported 5,963 of its customers lost electricity shortly before 11 p.m. The company also listed 2,960 cus

NJ.COM - 2017-09-24 03:02:15

N.J. serial killer nurse featured on TV show airing Sunday

The story of the state's most infamous serial killer who has admitted to killing dozens of his patients while he worked as a nurse in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will be featured on HLN Sunday. "Something's Killing Me" will close its season on the network with a profile of Charles Cullen, a former c

NJ.COM - 2017-09-23 23:20:22

What was it like to be a pilot during World War II? This veteran knows

Inside the Millville Army Air Field Museum, a green uniform stands neatly pressed in the corner. It stands on display for visitors to observe. It belongs to First Lieutenant Charles Osborne. Osborne was a P-47 Thunderbolt pilot during World War II. Being a pilot who trained Millville was just one of

NJ.COM - 2017-09-23 12:20:27

Autumn Encampment & Market To Be Held At Washington Crossing Historic Park

Travel back in time, when Colonial townspeople would gather at the marketplace and sell their wares. Washington Crossing Historic Park will host an During the Autumn Encampment & Market on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Travel back in time, whe

PATCH - 2017-09-23 15:00:00

Man sentenced to 70 years in prison for overpass killing

TRENTON -- A city man convicted of first-degree murder and related crimes was sentenced to 70 years in prison Friday. Randy Washington, 35, of Trenton was convicted in July of murdering 64-year-old Silas Johnson Jr. under a Route 1 overpass in October 2014. Randy Washington "My father always told me

NJ.COM - 2017-09-22 21:51:50

Trenton Police: Help us identify the killer involved in Chambers Street hit-and-run homicide

TRENTON >> The Trenton Police Department's Criminal Investigation Bureau is seeking the community's assistance in identifying the vehicle that was involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a pedestrian about 10:20 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17. The crash occurred on Chambers Street next to the M

TRENTONIAN - 2017-09-22 04:00:00

Teen went missing from high school a week ago, cops say

Breanna Kleman was reported missing Friday, Sept. 15, just before 3 p.m., according to police. She was last seen at Rancocas Valley Regional High School around 1:15 p.m. that day. Police describe her as a 17-year-old with black hair and brown eyes. She is just over 5-feet tall and weighs around 13

NJ.COM - 2017-09-22 14:59:41