Tyler Scheuer has become one of the most-booked halftime acts in college basketball. Tyler Miles @TylerMilesNews
This time last year, Tyler Scheuer thought he’d be a gym teacher at some Bucks school after he graduated college. Instead, he’s become one of the most-booked halftime acts in college basketball.“It’s incredible to think about,” Scheuer said.
Tyler Miles @TylerMilesNews
Voters in Newtown Township wanted change, and change they'll have, as the majority of the township's Board of Supervisors flipped from Republican to Democrat Tuesday night.Three of the five seats up for grabs on the board were awarded to Democrats as John Mack, Phil Calabro and Linda Bobrin defeated Republicans Gerry Couch, who is an incumbent, Laure Gensbauer and Jerry Festa.
Democrat Mike Ksiazek beat out Republican Kevin Glasson for a seat on Middletown's Board of Supervisors Tuesday night Tyler Miles @TylerMilesNews Democrat Mike Ksiazek won two things Tuesday night: a seat for himself on the Middletown Board of Supervisors and his party's newly-acquired control.The 38-year-old attorney, who spent his early childhood in Middletown and returned about three years ago, came out on top against Republican Kevin Glasson, a 53-year-old business owner who has lived in...
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Selecting a term
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