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Upd8: Strouse discusses his plan for job creation

By Tom Waring
Wire Staff Writer

Kevin Strouse, the Democratic candidate in the 8th Congressional District, laid out his priorities to create jobs during a conference call last week with reporters. 612 more words

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Sportscaster Don Tollefson Pleads Guilty To Fraud Charges

By Brad Segall

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Former television sportscaster Don Tollefson today admitted in court that he ripped off charities and individuals by offering to sell them sports travel packages to big games and then failing to produce the merchandise. 167 more words

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Float in a Boat

 A Recent September  Float  (Lake Luxembourg at Core Creek Park, PA)

 

It may be my favorite childhood memory. Quietly unzipping the tent, finding an appropriate container, handpicking just-right blueberries, and then heading off in our one-person orange inflatable boat. 113 more words

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Bucks Beautiful Kitchen & Garden Tour

A spectacular Fall day in Doylestown and the surrounding area for the 20th annual Bucks Beautiful Kitchen & Garden Tour (http://www.bucksbeautiful.org/). The organization is responsible for planting the thousands of daffodils that beautify the Bucks County highways and byways in early Spring. 140 more words

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UPDATE: Bucks Co. Company Admits More Than 2 Dozen Local Restaurants Hacked

By KYW tech editor Ian Bush

NEWTOWN, Pa., (CBS) — KYW Newsradio first reported Friday morning about the data breach affecting more than 100 restaurants across the country that use a checkout system from a Bucks County company. 439 more words

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Hope For Hannah: Bucks County Family Asks Phillies Fans To Wear Blue In Honor Of Their Ailing Daughter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A local family with a child fighting a deadly disease asked Phillies’ fans to do one thing at Friday night’s game: Wear blue. 465 more words

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Bucks County Firm Admits Restaurant Checkout Systems Were Compromised

By KYW tech editor Ian Bush

NEWTOWN, Pa. (CBS) – The latest mass data breach affected more than 200 Jimmy John’s sandwich stores — including one in Newark, Delaware. 402 more words

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