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Pennsbury’s Falcon Field stadium came a step closer to completion recently, when the Falls Township Supervisors approved a resolution related to sewer facilities for the long-awaited project.

I’ve never been much of a statistics guy, but this one is haunting. In 2021 alone, 5,449 Pennsylvanians died of unintentional overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and …

In 1954, the civic leaders of Pennsbury School District laid the cornerstone for what would become, through five decades of expansion and renovation, the Pennsbury West High School. They could not …

There were 37,529 juvenile offenders held in residential treatment facilities in 2018 according to the Department of Justice. These children must be educated, not only because it’s the law, but …

There are new regulations on riding academies, liveries and boarding stables in Wrightstown, Upper Makefield and Newtown townships. The boards of supervisors in the three neighboring municipalities …

With shovels in hand, Bucks County officials recently broke ground on the area’s first mental health facility designed to keep those with mental health disorders out of the county’s jail.

Gelest, Inc., a Mitsubishi Chemical Group company, marked a new milestone with the groundbreaking of its latest production facility on July 7. The new 50,000-square-foot building is located at …

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said North Wales Water Authority is performing a water facility installation on Ferry Road in New Britain Township, beginning this week.

Bucks County Coroner Meredith Buck said today that Bucks County Correctional Facility prisoner Melissia Mager died of natural causes March 1, from a perforated duodenal ulcer.

The Bucks County Coroner announced the cause of death for a prisoner who died in the county’s correctional facility in January. The identity of a second prisoner, who died this month, was also released Friday.

Bucks County officials are investigating the death of a female inmate at the correctional facility in Doylestown Township. The woman was in her late 40s, a county spokesman said Thursday. …

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