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Father and son, Tom McCullough Sr., 67, and Tom “Tommy” McCullough Jr., 35, not only work at the family business together, Mount Penn Tool and Machine Co., but they also volunteer together at Southampton Fire Company.

The Perkasie Fire Company announced the return of its annual carnival, taking place from June 25 to 29 at Lenape Park in Perkasie.

A proposed local law in Wrightstown would require “Knox Boxes” to be installed on all new commercial buildings in the township.

A Sunday morning crash in Hilltown Township that killed a 35-year-old former Plumsteadville firefighter is being investigated by police and the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, officials announced Thursday.

Dr. Jay Leeb celebrated his 76th birthday a few days ago, exactly one month after he was found lying unconscious on the street not far from his Plumstead Township home.

Dogs howl, cars pull over and people scurry to glimpse out the front window. That’s right, it’s a big red (and loud) fire truck racing down the street to put out another threatening blaze before …

At a recent Warminster supervisors meeting, Joe Velten, director of emergency management/services, briefed members and the public on October’s addition of three full-time firefighters.

Fireworks will again delight onlookers who fill the river towns on the first Friday of the month to enjoy a display over the Delaware River. With the support of The Greater New Hope Chamber of …

At a packed April meeting, the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors was joined by District Judge Mick Petrucci for the swearing-in of several civil servants, including a new police officer and five new firefighters.

A school bus driver is being called a hero this week after he safely evacuated three dozen Wrightstown Elementary School students from a burning vehicle on March 22.

New pizza spot coming to Doylestown

It’s coal-fired pizza and it’s coming to the heart of Doylestown. HG Coal Fired Pizza is bringing its popular pizzas, the coal-fired pie that’s fired in 800-degree ovens and its traditional Neapolitan pizza, baked in 500-degree ovens, to Doylestown Borough.

Firefighters battled a blaze that damaged a house in Doylestown Borough in the predawn hours Sunday. No one was at home at the time, and there were no injuries reported, Doylestown Fire Co. No. 1 said …

Newtown Township Police Department responded to two separate vehicle fires involving school property Friday morning. Both incidents do not appear to be suspicious, and authorities are investigating …

The Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company will host the first race in the 2024 Bucks County 5K Series. The Blaze of Glory 5K, set for Saturday, March 23, starts and finishes at the firehouse, 5064 …

An elderly woman died Monday in an early morning house fire in the Newtown Grant section of Newtown Township, said police. The woman’s name has not been released since family members were still …

An elderly woman died Monday in an early morning house fire in the Newtown Grant section of Newtown Township, said police.The woman was identified as Loretta Catozzi, 77. Police reported on the …

Following a long and contentious special meeting Tuesday, Tinicum supervisors resolved to pursue a legally binding agreement with the Woodtiger Fund to privately cover the cost of rehabilitating …

New Hope Eagle Fire Co. embarked on a new chapter in its 200-year history this week as Gary Breuer became its first paid chief. Eagle Fire Company provides critical fire protection, vehicle rescue, …

“I can’t think of a day when I didn’t really enjoy coming to work,” New Hope Borough Police Chief Michael Cummings told the Herald this week. Cummings, who’ll step down this month after 15 …

The Wrightstown Board of Supervisors, on Jan. 8, addressed issues related to fire ponds and a construction company’s planned relocation to the township at its Jan. 8 meeting.

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