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Levittown: 5 Local Foreclosures Up For Sale

LEVITTOWN, PA — Are you searching for a new home, but can't spend too much? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the latest foreclosures in the Levittown area might be just the place to start!


Stuart girls basketball out-paces Trenton to reach Mercer County Tournament semifinals

PRINCETON — An old basketball adage says teams that like to press, don’t like to be pressed. That does not usually apply to teams from Trenton High, yet it sure seemed to come into play Saturday when the Stuart Country Day School girls basketball team contested the Tornadoes from start to finish and


Son of Bucks County socialite pleads guilty, forfeits Clairemont family estate

Carl Risoldi, the son of the Bucks County socialite found guilty in a $20 million insurance fraud case earlier this month, pleaded guilty Friday to three related misdemeanor charges, including theft by deception and conspiracy, and was placed on four years’ probation.


Husband accidentally runs over and kills wife on Valentine's Day in Pennsylvania

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pennsylvania -- A husband is reeling from a tragic accident in the Lehigh Valley after police say he ran over his wife. The fatal incident happened around 3 p.m. Thursday on the 1200 block of Anna Marie Street in Palmer Township.


Student Chef Bakes 130 Cupcakes for Bucks County Opportunity Council

BRISTOL, Pa. (WPVI) -- Student chef Jackie Stein of Bucks County Community College baked over 130 cupcakes as a special treat for those in need. Every Friday, the Bucks County Opportunity Council distributes produce to those less fortunate. Thanks to Stein, everyone went home with a Valentine gift.


Bucks Co. Woman Reported Missing Has Been Located, Police Say

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, PA — A 34-year-old Levittown woman reported missing earlier this month and thought to be in the Washington Crossing area has been located and is safe, police said.


Missing Levittown Woman Found Safe

Middletown police said a woman who went missing last week has been located. Levittown resident Heather Brophy was located safe on Thursday and police thanked the public for their assistance.


Two Clydesdales rescued from icy lake in Pennsylvania

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania – Two Clydesdale horses broke out of their enclosure at the Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm Saturday. The 1,500 pound horses fell through the ice at Pine Grove Lake.


Shed Where Man Was Sleeping Burns In Bristol

BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, PA — Firefighters in Bristol responded early Saturday to a shed that caught fire in the Croydon section of town. Fire crews were dispatched at 5 a.m. to the 600 block of Rosa Avenue, where they discovered the shed on fire.


All Payless Stores, Including Levittown Locations, Could Close

Payless ShoeSource plans to close all of its U.S. stores as part of a bankruptcy filing later this month, Reuters is reporting. The closings would affect about 2,300 U.S. stores and the company is preparing for going-out-of-business sales at the locations, according to the Reuters report. Sources to


Pennsylvania AG Files Lawsuit Against Verizon

Pennsylvania’s Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Verizon for failure to deliver on items promised to customers who signed contracts. The lawsuit alleges that Verizon violated the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law when advertisements promised a free Amazon Echo or a free s


Police: 3 juveniles ejected in Crescentville multi-vehicle accident

CRESCENTVILLE (FOX 29) - Five people were injured in a multi-vehicle accident in Crescentville. Police were called to Whitaker Avenue and Roosevelt Boulevard Saturday just before 4 p.m. on the report of an auto accident.


Trenton cop indicted on 48 criminal charges for sex assaults of 2 minors - and official misconduct

A suspended Trenton police officer was indicted Thursday on nearly 50 counts related to the sexual assaults of two minors. And some of the officer’s conduct was tied to his job, the charges show.


Police: Trenton man charged with 'swatting' in Florence

FLORENCE — Authorities have charged a Trenton man with “swatting” after he allegedly reported several false crimes in the township and surrounding municipalities. Township police responded to a report of five armed men trying to break into a home in the 600 block of West Second Street on Jan. 22. Af


Bucks County Commissioner Chairman Rob Loughery to seek another term

DOYLESTOWN >> Bucks County Commissioner Chairman Rob Loughery has announced his intentions to seek another term as county commissioner. “I would like to share with my friends, supporters and Bucks County residents that I have made the decision to seek another term as a Bucks County Commissioner,” he


Murphy, Democrats reach deal to tax legal weed by ounce, reports say

TRENTON — New Jersey is ever closer to legalizing recreational marijuana after Gov. Phil Murphy and Democratic legislative leaders on Friday reached a tentative deal, report said.


Levittown Restaurant Inspections: 15 Violations At Local Diner

LEVITTOWN, PA — The Bucks County Department of Health inspected 22 Levittown area establishments over the past two weeks. Here's what they found. Click on the link on the restaurant name to see details, including descriptions of the violations that inspectors discovered.


Elbridge mom and son seriously hurt when tire smashes through windshield in Pennsylvania

PENN FOREST TOWNSHIP P.A. — Relatives say a family of five from Elbridge was involved in a serious accident Friday when an unsecured tire from a tractor trailer smashed through their windshield.


Commuter Alert: Routes 295, 29 ramps to close for bridge project

TRENTON — Commuters on Routes 295 and 29 will be greeted at the end of the long President's Day weekend with several ramp closures and detours at the Scudder Falls Bridge project.


He pushed for marijuana legalization for nearly 20 years. Now the Weedman feels sidelined.

Ed “NJ Wheelman” Forchion triumphantly walked out of Mercer County’s jail last May riding a high fueled by a significant legal win. A jury acquitted him of a witness tampering charge that grew out of his marijuana dealing cases, which were pending.