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Marseglia speaks on women’s issues in light of Trump candidacy

The clearest message of the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition’s annual Call to Action was a criticism of Donald Trump.

Bucks County Commissioner Diane Marseglia spoke about the Republican presidential candidate during her keynote address at the event, though did not once call him by name. 520 more words

In Honor...

“137 years later, Memorial Day remains one of America’s most cherished patriotic observances. The spirit of this day has not changed – it remains a day to honor those who died defending our freedom and democracy.” 9 more words

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Officials Look To Ease Concerns About Contaminated Ground Water In Local Suburban Townships

HORSHAM, Pa. (CBS) — Dozens of local, state and federal officials fielded questions Wednesday in Horsham Township about the contaminated water linked to military bases. It was in response to the recent shut down of dozens of public and private wells. 227 more words

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Horsham Community Meeting Focuses On Water Safety

By Trang Do

HORSHAM, Pa. (CBS) — Concerns about water safety are growing in parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties.

Tests have shown chemicals from firefighting foam in the groundwater there, leading to the shutdown of 16 municipal wells and about 80 private wells. 319 more words

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Pearl Jam Dedicates Song To 24-Year-Old Stabbed To Death In Philly

By Chelsea Lacey-Mabe

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s been more than two months since Matthew and Terrence McGovern lost their brother Colin. The 24-year-old McGovern from Bucks County was… 246 more words

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Strawberry Festival 2016, Part 2

The Artisan Fair was located in an empty lot by the grass-covered parking lot, next to the shops. It started to rain but that didn’t stop visitors from enjoying local artwork from garden furniture to glass art. 85 more words

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Local College Student Dies From Electrocution After Fall From Roof

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A local college student has died after being electrocuted by a high-voltage wire.

According to State College Police, 21-year old Shannon Mathers, a Biobehavioral Health major at Penn State fell off of the roof of her three-story apartment where she was sitting on Friday after trying to reach a high-voltage wire. 103 more words

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