Suspect in fatal 2010 crash brought back to the United States to face homicide charges in death of Newtown Township womanDOYLESTOWN >> Almost seven years after 55-year-old Sheree Maillie died in a head-on collision, the man accused of killing the Newtown Township woman was brought back to the United States on Nov. 21 to face vehicular homicide charges.
TOWAMENCIN >> The 2018 budget for Towamencin Township is one big step closer to being final, with no major changes to what residents will pay, and one big topic no longer up for discussion.
The township’s supervisors voted Wednesday night to advertise a 2018 budget with no changes to tax or sewer rates, or the township’s homestead exemption, and with another year of private management of the township’s pool complex.
UPPER GWYNEDD >> After nearly four hours of discussion Monday night, Upper Gwynedd’s commissioners voted down another version of plans for a Wawa fuel station and convenience store on Sumneytown Pike at Church Road.
“Based upon numerous outstanding issues identified in the consultant review letters, comments, reports submitted by all parties, including by Provco, the township and Merck, and the failure of the applicant to demonstrate before us tonight that the numerous issues have been resolved, I hereby make a motion to deny” the project, said Commissioner Jim Santi.
Bess: All hail the QB-In-ChiefOnce again, our fearless leader has insinuated himself into the national dialogue. Don’t get me wrong, the president is entitled to his opinion, just as you are or I am. The difference, however, is that when words are impulsively spouted…
‘YOU, SIR, ARE A MONSTER’: Bucks County judge sentences Yardley man to prison for re-victimizing child rape victimDOYLESTOWN >> A Yardley man who sexually assaulted a teenage girl who already had been raped repeatedly as a young child was sentenced on Nov. 20 to serve seven and one-half to 20 years in state prison.