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Bucks County

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Top Bucks County Articles

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  • Phony sheriff's deputy tried to collect fake fine

    If you get a call from Lt. Gregg Stevens of the Lehigh County sheriff's office, don't panic and bow to his demands if he threatens to haul you into court. There is no Lt. Gregg Stevens at the sheriff's department. And you don't have any outstanding...
  • 'No shooshing' at Let's Play Books!

    In a world where many independently owned and operated bookstores are closing their doors, Let's Play Books! in Emmaus aims to buck the trend. The shop, which sells approximately 1,000 youth-oriented books (about 850 separate titles), opened Dec. 5 at...
  • Detour put Bucks traffic light on the road

    Q: Last summer a stop light was erected at the intersection of State Road and Richlandtown Pike in Springfield Township, Bucks County. This has been a dangerous intersection for a number of years, the site of several accidents, including at least one...
  • Even the Watchdog can get scammed

    I've always had a sympathetic ear for people who get ripped off by the scoundrels who are nothing but leeches on society. But I have a new appreciation for what scam victims go through after recently becoming a victim myself. I immediately knew something...
  • Another veteran squares off with VA for benefits

    Many veterans say getting the Department of Veterans Affairs to grant them the benefits they've earned is like pulling teeth. The VA actually pulled Anthony Basti's teeth. He wants it to finish the dental work he believes should have followed. He said...
  • Scams blow in with Hurricane Sandy

    In the calm before the storm, hopefully you prepared as best as you could for Hurricane Sandy's arrival. Now that she's gone, it's important to remain calm after the storm, too. If a tree crushed your car or fell on your home, or if your roof or...
  • Adultery club "endorses" Gingrich

     
    If people in Bucks County didn't know Newt Gingrich was an adulterer, they do now. For drivers traveling on Route 1 toward Morrisville, a larger than life photo of Gingrich looms from a billboard with the message: "Faithful Republican, Unfaithful......
  • GOP gunning for Casey's seat debate

     
    We had the honor of moderating, alongside Pennsylvania political reporting greats Tom Fitzgerald of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Jim O'Toole of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pennsylvania Business Council's Senate Republican primary debate in New...
  • Rep. Holden to the Lehigh Valley?

     
    As state legislators toil over redesigning the congressional map, one rumor making the rounds is that U.S. Rep. Tim Holden's district could be redrawn to include Easton. Holden, a Democrat and the longest serving Pennsylvania congressman, called it a...
  • Lehigh nail salon among businesses, professionals sanctioned by state licensing boards

     
    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently (June 3) by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against businesses and professionals in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where...
  • Is something happening with "Bethlehem: The Film?"

     
    After no activity all winter, there is a hint that things may be moving forward for a movie that is planned to be shot in Bethlehem. "Bethlehem: The Film" Facebook page has announced a contest to win a signed photograph......