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Trenton acting police director feels 'boxed in' following rough-and-tumble week
TRENTON — Following a hellacious and salacious week after she walked back her decision to step down as acting police director, Carol Russell granted a rare interview saying she feels “boxed in” in her new role leading the boys in blue in the capital city.
Zoners Approve Gun Range In Levittown Shopping Center
A gun range is planned for a Levittown shopping center. Before the Middletown Zoning Hearing Board, businessman Nicholas Lostracco gave an overview of his plan to put a multi-lane shooting range in a long-vacant 6,900-square-foot retail store next to Tony’s Old Fashion Meat Store in the Newport Plaz
Beware Of Felony Lane Gang, Police In Bucks Co. Say
BUCKS COUNTY, PA — Police in Bucks County are again warning residents of a criminal enterprise known as the Felony Lane Gang that targets gyms, daycares and sports fields to commit thefts.
Zombie Mall: Within the Walls of Burlington Center
Published Dec 14, 2018 at 5:33 PM | Updated at 5:47 PM EST on Dec 14, 2018. 30 years after its unveiling, the Burlington Center Mall maintains its building structure -- and not much else. Here's a closer look into Central New Jersey's "zombie mall."
Man Dead In Burning Car At South Jersey Buffalo Wild Wings: Cops
A man was found dead in a burning car on Friday in a parking lot at a New Jersey Buffalo Wild Wings, police said. The unidentified man was found at approximately 5:58 p.m. after officers from the Hamilton Township Police Department responded to 4415 Black Horse Pike, police said.
Levittown Restaurant Inspections: King George Inn, Pasta On Time
LEVITTOWN, PA — The Bucks County Department of Health inspected six Levittown area establishments over the past week. Here's what they found. Click on the link on the restaurant name to see details, including descriptions of the violations that inspectors discovered.
5 Open Houses To Scope In The Levittown Area
LEVITTOWN, PA — House shopping online can feel like a waste of time. To get a real feel for a house, you really have to visit in person. That's why you should always take advantage of a local open house: No more guessing!
Edison Resident Sentenced to Seven Years in State Prison for Conspiring With Doctor to Supply Opioids to Drug Ring
TRENTON, NJ – A Warren businessman and Edison resident who operated a hearing aid company was sentenced to state prison today for conspiring with a doctor to supply a drug ring with tens of thousands of high-dose pills of the highly addictive opioid painkiller oxycodone, Attorney General Gurbir S. G
Acting Trenton police director not quitting, will go before council for approval
After a bruising week rampant with reports of her impending resignation, Carol Russell remains Trenton’s acting police director and will go before City Council next week for their approval, Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora said Friday.
Sandy Hook School Evacuated After Threat
NEWTOWN, CT — Sandy Hook Elementary School was evacuated Friday morning after a threat and the school has been dismissed for the day. Friday marks the sixth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that claimed the lives of 20 children and six educators.
Bucks’ Debbie Gordon shares journey of losing 140 pounds
After struggling to walk on the boardwalk while on vacation and after being diagnosed with sleep apnea, this local mom decided to make a lifestyle change. Since her late 20s, Feasterville native and Levittown resident Debbie Gordon has fought the same, seemingly endless battle — her weight.
Johnny Bobbitt, homeless vet in alleged GoFundMe scam, released on bail
TRENTON, N.J. -- A homeless veteran from Philadelphia who allegedly schemed with a New Jersey couple to scam GoFundMe donors out of more than $400,000 will be released from jail pending trial.
Police: 3 men tied up in Bucks County home invasion; suspects sought
LEVITTOWN, Pa. (WTXF) - Police are investigating after an alleged home invasion in Bucks County. It happened around 10 p.m. Monday night on the unit block of Canal Road in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
Sandy Hook Elementary Evacuated For Bomb Threat On Shooting Anniversary
Sandy Hook Elementary School was evacuated and classes dismissed for the day after a bomb threat was called in on Friday, the sixth anniversary of a 2012 shooting at the Newtown, Connecticut, school that left 20 children and six adults dead.
Woman killed in Bucks County house fire identified
SPRINGFIELD TWP., Pa. (WPVI) -- A woman was killed in a house fire in Bucks County. Officials say they found the woman dead inside the home on the 900 block of State Road in Springfield Township.
Jury convicts Trenton man in 2014 murder case, co-defendant confesses guilt
TRENTON — Convicted murderer Calier Samad is facing a long prison sentence in the near future. Samad, 31, of Trenton, was found guilty Thursday afternoon of felony murder, first-degree robbery, possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose and aggravated arson in the grisly 2014 slaying of 22-year
Bucks County Playhouse offering chance to be 'scene stealer'
NEW HOPE — Bucks County Playhouse is offering the chance for local theater-lovers and aspiring thespians to join the cast of “Ebenezer Scrooge’s Big Playhouse Christmas Show” as “scene stealers” on the historic Playhouse stage.
Pennsylvania Woman in Critical Condition After Bear Attacked, Dragged Her While She Was Walking Dog
A Pennsylvania woman has been left in critical condition following a bear attack outside her Lycoming County home on Wednesday evening, officials say. Melinda LeBarron was attacked on her property at around 6:45 p.m., WNEP-TV reported. She was grabbed on the leg by a black bear and pulled nearly 90
Sandy Hook Elementary receives threat on 6th anniversary of school shooting
NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Sandy Hook Elementary School students have been sent home for the day after a bomb threat forced an evacuation on the sixth anniversary of the massacre that killed 20 first-graders and six educators.
Trenton council president says acting police director agreed to resign, warns mayor about 'sideshow'
TRENTON — Council president Kathy McBride backed a Trentonian report this week that indicated Carol Russell had agreed to resign as acting police director, only to take it back a day later, undermining the mayor’s denouncement of the story as “fake news.” McBride called Thursday’s news conference in