DUI — Jacqueline Heitzenrater, 56, of Perkasie, was charged with driving under the influence after officers responded to a report of a reckless driver on Park Avenue, Perkasie, on Dec. 18, 2019, Perkasie Borough Police Department said. 

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FORT WASHINGTON -- The Kids ‘n Smiles Toy Drive at an after school program on Gerard Avenue in North Hills last month appeared to be a great success, according to Fort Washington Business Alliance and Executive Board President Glenn Griffin.

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HORSHAM — Funds to construct a system to steeply reduce the amount of PFAS-contaminated water leaving the Horsham Air Guard Station have been released, moving the project forward.

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HILLTOWN — Charges including kidnapping, rape and false imprisonment were filed against a 48-year-old Hilltown man after police said he raped, beat and strangled a woman at his home New Year's Day.

The League of Women Voters of Bucks County invites Bucks County high school seniors to enter the 2020 High School Senior Poster Contest. The contest is open to students enrolled in their senior year in a Bucks County public or private high school or in their senior year of home-schooling in …

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CHELTENHAM -- The Cheltenham Board of Commissioners bid adieu to a community leader, colleague and friend during Dec. 18’s meeting in Curtis Hall.

ABINGTON — The Jin Lian Asian Massage parlor, 2743 Jenkintown Road, Ardsley, was held up at gunpoint by a male wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt around 1 p.m. Dec. 29, police said. Anyone with information about the robbery or the male captured on surveillance video is asked to contact Detec…

At the end of December, the Schuylkill Center says a bittersweet goodbye to Claire Morgan, who is retiring at the end of the month. One of our longest serving employees, Claire was hired in 2001 to work on community programming, and became a fixture here for the next 18 years, serving as an …

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WEST ROCKHILL — Within a day after A&T Chevrolet-Subaru sent out an email letting customers and employees know about the chance to contribute gifts for Grand View Health cancer patients and their families, people had signed up to provide almost all of the items on the gift list. 

A Christmas Tableau was presented at St. Helena’s Catholic Church in Blue Bell. The Tableau was presented by the sixth grade students of the Parish Religious Education Program (PREP) under the direction of Madeleine Fitzgerald. First grade angels, under the guidance of their teachers, Maria …

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY — Martin Spencer Jackson, 25, of Philadelphia, was charged with receiving stolen property, possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license following a traffic stop on Maple Avenue in Sellersville on Dec. 14, Perkasie Borough Police Department said. The …

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PERKASIE — The support for Rise & Grind Cafè was obvious even before its Dec. 16 grand opening and ribbon cutting.

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SELLERSVILLE — The borough and American Legion Nase-Kraft Post 255 are looking for a sign on how to reach an agreement about signs.

With the distinction of the oldest tree-lighting ceremony in the U.S., Perkasie celebrated tree lighting in style with a festival Saturday. Of course Santa was the honored guest who helped light the town's tree. 

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After months of internal discussion and research, Bucks County has OK’d in time for the 2020 presidential election a new voting system designed to thwart hackers with hand-marked paper balloting.

ABINGTON — Pasquale Neri, 60, of the 200 block of Mermaid Lane, Philadelphia, a patient at a healthcare and rehabilitation center in Abington, was arrested Nov. 29 for an alleged sexual assault, after staff contacted police, police said.

The Souderton Holiday Parade had something for everyone with 90-some participants in a two-hour strut down Main and Broad streets. The parade began with the American Legion color guard and ended with the arrival of Santa by firetruck. The parade theme was a "Green Holiday" to encourage recycling. 

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SELLERSVILLE — Property tax bills will increase 12.5 percent for the 2020 budget given final approval at Sellersville Borough Council's Dec. 9 meeting.