Officers with a warrant to search a Bucks County home found something unexpected at the Ottsville property Tuesday afternoon: chemical explosives and a reserve of firearms. Read more »
UPDATE: Doylestown Police have taken Daniel Selby Jr. into custody.
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A possible sighting of the escaped prisoner who prompted an intense police search in Bucks County on Sunday has led seven schools to enter lockdown mode.
Doylestown Township Police are investigating a tip that the inmate, 25-year-old Daniel Selby Jr., was spotted on the 2500 block of County Line Road heading toward the Bradford Dam Reservoir in Warrington Township. Read more »
The Bucks County black bear that got away after officials tranquilized it this past weekend has finally been captured.
The young male bear, which was first spotted last week, fell asleep in a tree after getting tranquilized Sunday night. Yesterday, he took a dip in a creek and romped around a Feasterville swim club before climbing very, very high in another tree, where he spent the majority of the afternoon. Read more »
UPDATE: Police have called off the search after receiving information that the inmate, Daniel Selby, has allegedly fled the area.
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The Central Bucks School District is closed today as police continue their search for an escaped prisoner.
Doylestown police said the inmate, 25-year-old Daniel Selby, escaped around 10:30 p.m last night while being transported from a Montgomery County facility to the Bucks County Correctional Facility.
Selby, who police said has no history of violence, is described as a 6-foot tall man with brown hair and a scruffy beard. Police say he was last seen at a 7-Eleven in Edison Village, wearing an orange shirt, a transport belt and handcuffs that he hid using a white blanket. Read more »
What are some ways that diehard Philly sports fan couples incorporate their love for our teams into their wedding day? Usually it’s a small nod to the effect of naming tables after favorite players, a funny wedding cake topper or having the DJ play “1 2 3 4 5 Sixers.”
But that wasn’t enough for one lucky Bucks County couple, who won WIP’s Dream Sports Wedding contest and had Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham officiate their nuptials on Thursday at Celebrations Wedding Venue in Bensalem. Read more »
It looks like he might have a friend in Bucks County!
The Doylestown Borough’s Twitter page posted a photo of a small bear spotted this morning in a neighborhood called Old Orchard, near Route 202 and East Swamp Road. Officials are warning residents to use caution and keep pets inside.
We know that New Hope is home to many stunning, one-of-a-kind properties, but rarely ever do we find one that sits on 92.7 acres of land. Tucked at the end of a winding driveway, this gated estate will have you in awe.
Cross Creek Farm, as the estate is known, sits in the scenic Aquetong Valley in Solebury Township, the municipality that surrounds New Hope and shares its acclaimed school district with it. The magnificent home at the center of the estate was built in 1992, but it has that timeless character of a classic center-hall Colonial.
The interior of the home is just as impressive as the land it sits on. Highlights of the main floor include a butterfly staircase in the foyer, two islands with bar seating in the kitchen, beautiful views in the breakfast room, and built-ins in the study. Formal dining and living rooms, a conservatory, and a laundry room finish off this floor. Read more »
Pennsbury – a Bucks County high school known for its elaborate proms – has reportedly banned “promposals.”
As the name cleverly implies, “promposals” are what you might call the displays that students tend to enact when asking other students to prom (presenting baked goods, making colorful signs, bringing a boombox to the student’s window at night, recreating a movie scene, etc.) Read more »
When opportunity knocks, you answer the door.
This seems to be the motto for the team at Northeast Philly-based Century 21 Advantage Gold, the number one Century 21 franchise in Pennsylvania, which expanded its presence to Yardley this April after acquiring a former RE/MAX Advantage office. The acquisition gives the company its tenth location in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and its third in Bucks County.
Century 21 Advantage Gold CEO Bill Lublin believes that in the digital age, consumers still like to see a company’s physical presence in an area. Accordingly, this acquisition will allow him and his team to dive deeper into Bucks County and connect with more clients.
“The Yardley-Newtown area is a very busy marketplace,” Lublin says. “[The acquisition] makes it very easy for us to service Central and Upper Bucks because we’re much closer.” Read more »
When it comes to your home, it’s less about the amount of space you have and more about what you do with that space. Take this 117-year-old residence in Bucks County, for example, which proves that good maintenance and a stylish eye are all you need to take an affordable home to the next level.
If you’re a first-time homebuyer with even the slightest desire to settle down in the suburbs, this property is a great choice. Located in Morrisville Borough, it has three bedrooms and a fenced-in backyard – and right off the bat, those are two features very appropriate for a growing family. Read more »