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Police & Fire
Firefighters from Trevose and Bristol were awarded by the Bucks County Fire Chiefs and Firefighters Association Monday night for their acts of bravery during two incidents last December.
The intent of a checkpoint is to keep drivers safe, police say.
Here are some dramatic, unusual or just plain weird police stories from Bucks and Montgomery this week.
Drowned woman's sons sue party host, judge reduces theft amount for former vet hospital employee also among recent area police news.
Pennsylvania State Police will conduct the checkpoints throughout Bucks County.
The civil suit asks for monetary compensation.
With the weather warming up and hikers and campers taking to the open air, the Bucks County Health Department urges caution around animals.
Lawn care worker allegedly gets fired and refuses to leave property; sex offender arrested for failing to register.
It's been nearly 2.5 years since Diane Corado was allegedly abducted from her Falls Township home; her body was found in a New Jersey creek, according to reports.
State Police arrested a Bristol Township man on Friday because he failed to register as a convicted sex offender by Thursday.
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