Ivanka Trump Is Coming to Bucks County on Monday

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(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Ivanka Trump is scheduled to make an appearance in Bucks County on Monday.

The businesswoman’s visit comes less than two weeks after her father, president Donald Trump, touted his tax reform plan just outside Harrisburg.

Ivanka Trump will speak on the same topic as Republicans try their best to enact tax reform by the end of the year. She’ll visit Richboro, where she’ll reportedly attempt to appeal to middle-class families. Read more »

Deer Carcass Found Hanging in Bucks County School’s Football Stadium

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The War Memorial Field at Central Bucks High School West | Image via Google Maps

Officials at a Bucks County school found a deer carcass hanging in their football stadium on Thursday morning.

The carcass was discovered inside the War Memorial Field of Central Bucks High School West. Staff removed the carcass immediately, according to a statement released by Central Bucks School District superintendent John J. KopickiRead more »

Bucks County Principal Sleeps on School Roof for Good Cause

Principal Tim Long (Image courtesy of Long) | Newtown Middle School (Photo courtesy of Council Rock S.D.)

Bucks County principal Tim Long spent a night out on his school’s roof this week, making good on a pledge to do so if the Newtown Middle School community was able to raise $8,000 for a Houston school impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

“Visualize someone going camping … with a tent and [a] circle of chairs,” Long said with a laugh while describing his rudimentary rooftop setup to Philly Mag. With temperatures dipping to the low 50s Tuesday night, Long came prepared by wearing a heavy camouflage coat and Eagles knit hat. “It wasn’t so bad,” he said on Wednesday morning. “The coldest part was early in the morning right before the kids started to arrive.” Read more »

Bucks County Deputy Sheriff Accused of Indecent Exposure, Lewd Conduct

Stephen Springfield. Photo courtesy of the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office

A Bucks County deputy sheriff has been charged with indecent exposure, open lewdness, and disorderly conduct after two women told authorities that he exposed himself and committed other acts over a period of several days in Bristol’s Silver Lake Park. Read more »

N.J. Man Accused of Abandoning Dying Son After Fleeing Police, Crashing Car

Via the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office

Bail has been set at a steep $5 million for a New Jersey man accused of abandoning his toddler in a car crash that killed the two-year-old.

The Bucks County District Attorney’s office has charged 27-year-old Christopher D. Kuhn of Hamilton with third-degree murder, homicide by vehicle, retail theft, endangering the welfare of children, and running a red light, among other counts.  Read more »

Detective: DiNardo, Kratz Got Cheesesteaks in Philly After Bucks County Murders


L: Cosmo DiNardo | R: Sean Kratz

Details of the alleged murders of four Bucks County men this summer keep getting grimmer and grimmer.

In a preliminary hearing on Thursday, a detective claimed that Sean Kratz and Cosmo DiNardo, both 20, went out for cheesesteaks in Philly after committing what Kratz called a “massacre” in July, according to The Morning Call Read more »

We Hope You Didn’t Write a Check to This Popular Summer Camp

Things aren’t looking very good at Cherokee Day Camp these days.

If you call the number for Cherokee Day Camp in Bensalem, a voice recording touts it as the “finest day camp” in all of Bucks County. And over on the camp’s Facebook page, the top pinned post is a video of Fox 29’s Bob Kelly hanging out with kids there in July. But these days, Cherokee Day Camp in no more, and a lot of people are out a lot of money. Read more »

Police Arrest Second Person of Interest in Bucks County Murders

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A law enforcement official escorts Cosmo DiNardo to a vehicle Thursday, July 13, 2017, in Doylestown, Pa. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Hours after 20-year-old Bucks County resident Cosmo DiNardo confessed to killing four men reported missing last week, police arrested a second person of interest Thursday night in Northeast Philly.

Sean Kratz, 20, was taken into custody on the 800 block of Magee Avenue, a source told Philly.com. The news organization reports that Kratz was out on bail for burglary, criminal trespassing, theft and other charges stemming from two pending burglary cases in Philadelphia courts. In March, he posted 10 percent of $10,000 bail. Read more »

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