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At pimp's sentencing, Bucks County judge urges more awareness of prostitution - phillyburbs.com: My Town www.phillyburbs.com
A 16-year-old girl who ran away from home and became the victim of a Philadelphia pimp urged other children involved in prostitution to seek help.
Crime victims and their families are the governor’s signature away from having the right to speak directly to members of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole in connection with an inmate’s application for parole.
It sounds like a dinosaur, but it’s actually one part of a Council Rock plan to enhance security at school.
Fair-minded: Historian to focus on annual Burlington County agriculture fest - phillyburbs.com: Mount Holly www.phillyburbs.com
On Wednesday, Burlington County Historian Joe Laufer will present the illustrated history of the Farm Fair, from its origins as the Mount Holly Farm Fair to its current venue in Springfield.
Bristol Township man faces DUI-related aggravated assault charges in February accident - phillyburbs.com: Bristol www.phillyburbs.com
A Bristol Township man who police say had a blood alcohol level more than three times above the legal limit is facing a charge of aggravated assault while driving under the influence in connection with a two-car accident earlier this year.
SCOTLAND — After a regular season without many dramatic late-game victories, the Upper Moreland baseball team walked off for the second game in a row Saturday.
Aon + Bucks County Housing Group + UW Bucks = Great Day of Caring! - phillyburbs.com: Positively Bucks County www.phillyburbs.com
Over 100 volunteers from Aon Affinity participated in a Day of Caring today at the site of Bucks County Housing Group’s new offices, previously part of the Willow Grove naval base. Working from 12 to 3:30 pm, Aon employees did intensive landscaping to cle
Upper Makefield police issue citations in traffic detail - phillyburbs.com: Yardley www.phillyburbs.com
UPPER MAKEFIELD — In conjunction with Buckle Up Pennsylvania, police ran a speed and seat belt compliance check Tuesday from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday on Taylorsville Road.
Why Fans, Followers & Friends Mean Nothing at All! - phillyburbs.com: Social Media www.phillyburbs.com
Too often, businesses concentrate on getting as many fans and followers as possible for their social media platforms. Logically, the greater the number of fans and followers a company has, the better it will be, right? Not quite. It certainly opens up the
Medford wants to welcome brew pubs, wine businesses - phillyburbs.com: Burlington County Times www.phillyburbs.com
Township council also considers tax exemptions, abatements to spur improvements in revitalization areas.
Audit finds 192 are ineligible dependents on Bucks health plans - phillyburbs.com: Courier Times www.phillyburbs.com
Former spouses, grown children and other ineligible dependents who were improperly receiving county health insurance cost Bucks taxpayers $610,611 a year, an investigation has found.
About 50 law enforcement officials will take to the streets of Burlington County on Friday morning, but they won’t be cruising in patrol cars.
Bucks County jury selection moving slow in DeGennaro trial - phillyburbs.com: Levittown www.phillyburbs.com
Five jurors have been seated in the second leg of the Danny DeGennaro murder trial.
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg dies of complications from pneumonia - phillyburbs.com: Burlington County Times www.phillyburbs.com
Frank Lautenberg was New Jersey’s longest-serving U.S. senator, but he leaves behind a legacy that includes more than just his legendary longevity.
MOUNT HOLLY — The planned closing of the Gloucester County Jail in Woodbury can proceed next week, but a Superior Court judge denied a motion to dismiss the complaint of the New Jersey Public Defender’s Office, which is fighting to halt the plan.
Doylestown Township Democrats are taking a unique approach in their quest to break through the barrier of an all-Republican board of supervisors
MOORESTOWN — The charm begins with the color palette of this old farmhouse’s exterior: buttery yellow with green shutters and a whimsical lavender door. The combination seems to say “Welcome.”
For young drivers, the summer break from school means more time for fun, friends, driving, and unfortunately, driving distractions such as texting, eating and applying makeup. In fact, crashes and related injuries/fatalities involving teen drivers and pas
Social media taking a big role in finding missing people - phillyburbs.com: Courier Times www.phillyburbs.com
When a 20-year-old Northampton man vanished last year, local police used traditional investigation tools: air and ground search teams, media alerts and missing person fliers.