River Road is closed from West Trenton Avenue in Morrisville to Richard Road in Lower Makefield. Ferry Road in the township is closed at Stafford Place. Joan Hellyer @BCCTintheknow
Delaware River ice jams are causing flooding in Lower Makefield along River Road near Ferry Road.River Road is closed from West Trenton Avenue in Morrisville to Richard Road in Lower Makefield, township police Capt. Robert Lewis said Monday morning.
Autopsies done on the woman and man did not find any "criminal indications." Joan Hellyer @BCCTintheknow
Investigators are still trying to figure out why two people died last week in a home off Langhorne-Newtown Road in Middletown.Autopsies performed Sunday on the 57-year-old woman and 66-year-old man did not reveal any signs of trauma, foul play or "criminal intentions," Middletown police Lt. Steve Forman said Monday.
Staff reports The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament have reached an agreement regarding the sale of the religious order’s landmark motherhouse property in Bensalem and its Shrine of St. Katharine Drexel to Aquinas Realty Partners.Aquinas Realty Partners "is a privately held full-service real estate development company based in the Philadelphia region with a focus on investing in and developing value-add commercial mixed use, retail, residential and office projects," according to its...
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Selecting a term
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