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NY Man Drove To Bucks County For Sex With 13-Year-Old: Cops

HILLTOWN TOWNSHIP, PA — A New York man has been arrested after police said he made several trips to Bucks County to meet a 13-year-old for sex. Matthew Veltri, 26, of Massapequa Park in Nassau County faces numerous charges.


Bucks County Is Getting a Local and Natural Foods Grocery Store

Poppy's Greengrocer is slated to open doors in New Hope in June. Get wellness tips, workout trends, healthy eating, and more delivered right to your inbox with our Be Well newsletter.


Wildwood mayor: I won’t stop playing Kate Smith on the boardwalk

A New Jersey Shore town is sticking by the late singer Kate Smith, even as the Flyers and the New York Yankees have distanced themselves from her over questions about racist lyrics from more than 80 years ago.


2nd Annual Bucks County Restaurant Week to be held April 28-May 4

Bucks County’s dining districts will collaborate for the second annual Visit Bucks County Restaurant Week from April 28-May 4. The event will feature more than 65 restaurants, pubs and bistros spanning more than 20 different towns throughout the county. Participating restaurants will offer three-cou


Woodbridge's Andrew Bucci Accepted to Delaware Valley University

DOYLESTOWN, PA -- Andrew Bucci, of Woodbridge, CT (06525), has been accepted for admission at Delaware Valley University. Delaware Valley University is an independent, comprehensive university with more than 1,000 acres in Bucks and Montgomery counties. Founded in 1896, DelVal emphasizes experientia


Judge Levine summarizes 2018 district court stats

LANSDALE — 2018 was a busy year for District Judge Ed Levine and his Lansdale courthouse, with several interesting trends to keep an eye on for upcoming years. Civil and traffic case loads are trending up, non traffic cases are trending down, and landlord-tenant disputes are staying consistent as th


Hatfield Woman Fired Gun Through Wall, Into Neighbor's Home: Cops

HATFIELD, PA — A Hatfield woman "negligently discharged" a round from her gun through the wall of her home, across the street and into a neighbor's house, police said. The incident occurred on April 16 on the 200 block of Union Street.


4 killed in wrong-way crash in western Pennsylvania

AMBRIDGE, Pa. (AP) — Four people are dead after a vehicle traveling the wrong way collided with an oncoming car in western Pennsylvania. The crash occurred just before 11 p.m. Sunday on Route 65 in Beaver County.


Pennsylvania man arrested on drug charge in Monongalia County

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - A Pennsylvania man was arrested in Monongalia County after troopers said they recovered crack cocaine, marijuana, crystal meth and pills during a traffic stop.


Driver crashes into Pearle Vision store in Montgomery County

UPPER PROVIDENCE TWP., Pa. (WPVI) -- A driver smashed her car into a Pearle Vision store in Upper Providence Township, Montgomery County. Chopper 6 was over the scene inside the Shoppes at Upper Providence shopping center.


Atlantic County Prosecutor: Police shooting after knife attack justified

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Prosecutors say a New Jersey police officer was legally justified in shooting and killing a man after what authorities called an unprovoked stabbing at an accident scene last year.


Finally automating the Pennsylvania Turnpike could ease money woes, but what about toll collectors?

The transition to an all-electronic tolling system has been nearly a decade in the making; the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission first commissioned a feasibility study in 2010. While finally pulling it off could stem the turnpike's financial bleeding, it raises the specter of mass layoffs for the sta


5 New Properties For Sale In The Doylestown Area

DOYLESTOWN, PA — Looking for a new home nearby, but getting tired of looking through the same old real-estate listings over and over? Never fear! To keep you up to date, we at Patch have compiled the latest batch of five new listings nearby.


Search Continues For Driver Who Killed 2, Injured 5 Others In Bustleton Chain-Reaction Hit-And-Run

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The search is on for a driver in a deadly hit-and-run that killed two people and left five others injured in Northeast Philadelphia on Saturday night. Police are also searching for a person who they say helped that driver flee the scene.


‘Knee-jerk reaction’ put Flyers in a corner, triggering removal of Kate Smith statue, former club VP says

Flyers officials declined to elaborate Monday on the statement they made Sunday about removing Kate Smith’s bronze statue from outside Xfinity Live!, but a former club executive said the team had painted itself into a corner once it covered the statue with a black tarp.


1 dead, 7 wounded in Easter shootings in Philadelphia

Philadelphia police are investigating three separate Easter Sunday shootings that left one person dead and seven others wounded. No arrests have been reported in any of the shootings.


U.S. 1 Lanes Closing This Week For Sign Work

LEVITTOWN, PA — Lanes on U.S. 1 in Bucks County are scheduled to be closed this week for sign inspections, PennDOT has announced. Monday, April 22: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Both directions on U.S. 1 between Lincoln Highway and U.S. 13 in Falls Township.


Kids in Southwestern Pennsylvania are exposed to carcinogenic coke oven emissions at shockingly higher rates than the rest of the country

Editor's note: This is the third story in our series on cancer and air pollution in Southwestern Pennsylvania. PITTSBURGH—Six-year-old Madelina DeLuca was diagnosed with leukemia when she was just 23 months old.


Durham Springs Culinary Event Center Hosts Ribbon-Cutting (Photos)

Attendees from throughout the area had a unique opportunity Thursday to check out a new local venue for weddings, corporate events and more: the newly-opened Culinary Event Center at Durham Springs in Kintnersville, Bucks County.


Centennial Superintendent Staying With District

WARMINSTER, PA — Centennial School District Superintendent David Baugh is staying in town. Baugh, who had been a finalist for a superintendent job in Montana, withdrew his name from contention for that job, he told the Intelligencer.