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Free child seat safety check set for Wednesday at the Target in Bensalem

Troopers from the Trevose Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police will stage the event as part of the law enforcement agency's "Click It or Ticket" campaign. BENSALEM - Pennsylvania State Police representatives will stage a free child seat safety check Wednesday at the Target in Bensalem. Corporal

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 22:21:17

Street Road tops list of Bucks County's worst roads

Street Road, Lincoln Highway, County Line Road and Easton Road had the most accidents in 2016. Fewer crashes were reported on Interstate I-95. A hundred years ago, the front page of Bristol Daily Courier announced plans for "traffic light poles" on the paved portion of Street Road, which then-police

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

Former Plumstead man sentenced to state prison for sex assault of sleeping co-worker

Former Plumstead man receives state prison sentence after no contest plea to sexually assaulting sleeping co-worker. A Plumstead man will serve years in state prison and faces deportation to Guatemala after pleading no contest to sexually assaulting a woman on multiple occasions while she slept. "My

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 02:40:02

Movie review: Mudbound' is rich in character, emotions

Imagine an epic movie like Giant or, better yet, Gone with the Wind, made on a miniscule budget, but without sacrificing any of the subtext dealing with class, race and the common denominator of war. That, in a shell, is Dee Rees magnificent Mudbound, a little film that reads like a novel with its r

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-16 20:54:49

Pennsbury entrepreneur making waves with own clothing brand

Ethan Demshick, 16, is building his 1814 Exploit clothing brand with the help of a team of fellow teens, social media and storytelling. Mark Cuban sold garbage bags at 12 to pay for basketball shoes, and he had a newspaper- carrying business spanning two counties by 16. Warren Buffett bought his fir

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-16 19:00:00

Weekday lane closure to affect Oxford Valley Road stretch in Falls

Falls Township will be restoring utilities along the road, between Olds Boulevard and Queen Anne Drive, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday through Dec. 14. FALLS - Oxford Valley Road motorists should account for possible slowdowns between Friday and Dec. 14. Falls officials plan to close the eastbound

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 03:21:25

Three arrested in Northampton bank robbery

The robbery occurred Thursday morning at the PNC Bank on Buck Road. NORTHAMPTON - Three people have been arrested in connection with a robbery Thursday morning at the PNC Bank on Buck Road, Northampton police said. Police said a witness identified a suspect leaving the area. A Lower Southampton offi

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 03:18:14

Bucks County church communities to join together in Thanksgiving services

One service will be held in Penndel on Tuesday night. A second is set for Wednesday night in New Britain. Two area ministeriums will host ecumenical services next week in celebration of Thanksgiving: The Langhorne Ministerium's annual Thanksgiving ecumenical service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday a

BUCKSCOUNTYCOURIERTIMES.COM - 2017-11-16 21:08:36

Eight men who were arrested as sexual predators appear in court

In 90 Seconds: Thanksgiving 2017, by the numbers How much turkey will you eat and money will you spend this Thanksgiving? Here are some predicted stats to reassure you that most Americans enjoy a big feast, Thanksgiving football and Black Friday shopping. Crime Columbus man found dead in woode

LEDGER-ENQUIRER - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Allendale bus drivers rehired after boycott

A boycott by some Allendale County school bus drivers has led to a few changes. Rumors circulated on Friday, Oct. 27 that bus drivers were planning to boycott. Interim Superintendent Dr. Walter Tobin said he spoke with the bus driver supervisor on Sunday, Oct. 29 about the status of the boycott, bu

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:31:11

Williston church holding vendor fair to raise money for food pantry

A Williston Gift & Craft Fair will be held on Saturday, Nov. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Winfield Heights Baptist Church's Eddie Yelton Building (315 Chester St., Williston). Admission is free, but all proceeds from raffles, concessions and booth fees will be donated to local organizations that ass

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-17 16:08:30

BHS launches youth apprenticeship program

Barnwell High School students Nicholas Waller and Delonte Wright (seated, center) are joined by family, school officials and representatives of Swiss Krono on Oct. 31 for a Youth Apprenticeship Program Signing Day. Barnwell School District 45 is excited to announce the creation of a youth apprentice

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:32:54

Community soup kitchen opening in December

John Haskell (left), chief professional officer for the Barnwell County United Way, presents a $1,000 check to Sherrie Still, the coordinator for the new community soup kitchen. Barnwell's homeless and other financially-strapped residents will soon have a place to eat. The community has been withou

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:45:14

EDC receives 'clean' audit report

The Barnwell County Economic Development Corporation and Commission received a "clean opinion" of its finances following an annual audit for fiscal year ending June 30, 2017. The annual audit was presented to the EDC on Oct. 30 by Lorie Salley of the accounting firm McGregor & Company. Salley noted

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:41:08

Have you ever felt really hungry?

"I'm hungry!" It's a common phrase many of us say frequently as we wake up with a rumbling stomach or have to skip a meal due to our busy schedules. However, those aren't true examples of hunger. For a lot of people in Barnwell County, true hunger is an everyday occurrence. That's why food pantries

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:35:59

Shoppers asked to stay local, 'shop small'

Black Friday, the Friday after Thanksgiving, is the unofficial start of the Christmas shopping season, but it's the next day, Small Business Saturday, that really puts me in the holiday spirit. That's because Small Business Saturday, which falls on Nov. 25 this year, isn't about getting up before da

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:35:15

'Relationship' talks important topic for kids

Teens often say that it's impossible to talk to their parents about love, sex, and relationships. Parents, you might think they don't want to hear it, but most teens say they do want to learn about sex, love, and relationships from their parents. Here are ten tips for starting" the talk". 1. Start

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-16 16:34:25

Fire Victim's Truck Stolen From Windsor Hotel: Sheriff

SONOMA COUNTY, CA - Sheriff's officials in Sonoma County are seeking the public's help in locating a fire victim's truck reported stolen recently from a Windsor hotel. The sheriff's office says the truck belongs to a Santa Rosa man who is staying at the hotel after losing his home in the fires. The

PATCH - 2017-11-17 18:10:35

Note found at Santa Rosa Middle School stating someone 'would be shooting up the school' sArtHead = "Note found at Santa Rosa Middle School stating someone 'would be shooting up the school'"

Staffers and police were on alert at Santa Rosa Middle School Friday morning after a teacher found a note written on a desk "stating that a student would be shooting up the school," Assistant Principal Tom Fierro said in an email to parents. After alerting authorities to the note Thursday, Fierro sa

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-17 16:23:57

Sonoma County is experiencing a second wave of fire victims: renters

SONOMA COUNTY (Debora Villalon/KTVU) - Sonoma County is experiencing a second wave of fire victims: renters. Many are being evicted because their homes are now needed by the landlords, for themselves or someone else to live in. "It would have been easier if everything was just gone, and we started

BAYINSIDER - 2017-11-17 15:53:00