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A 21-year-old man pleaded guilty on Wednesday, May 22, to twice pointing a replica handgun at Falls Township officers last year, prompting the officers to fire in self-defense.

On the morning of March 16, Andre Gordon Jr. went to his father’s Levittown home and then to the nearby home of the mother of his children intent on murder, said a Bucks County detective.

Falls Township Community Park will soon be a one-stop-shop for fishing enthusiasts with the addition of two vending machines that will stock bait and tackle supplies. During a work session earlier …

The man who, authorities said, went on a murderous rampage in Falls Township last month was extradited from New Jersey to Bucks County Wednesday and arraigned for killing three of his family members, …

We should all thank the PA House, and Representative Kathleen Tomlinson for coming together and passing House Bill 777 to ban ghost guns. The recent Falls Township triple shooting involved a ghost …

Andre Gordon Jr., the homeless 26-year-old police say killed three members of his family in two locations in Falls Township Saturday, is being held without bail in New Jersey while awaiting extradition back to Bucks County to face first-degree murder charges.

Authorities say the man who shot to death three members of his family in Falls Township Saturday morning, carjacked a  motorist and fled Bucks County in a stolen Honda CRV is barricaded, with hostages, inside a home in Trenton.

The Bucks County District Attorney's Office Saturday afternoon identified the suspect in the mid-morning shootings in Falls Township as Andre Gordon,  26.

Falls Township Police have confirmed an active shooting with several gunshot victims. It is unknown at this time if they are targeted or random victims, according to an advisory issued Saturday morning by Middletown Township Police.

The Falls Township Supervisors have set the wheels in motion for a potentially significant revenue-generating addition. During a Feb. 13 work session, the board unanimously authorized Forward Planning …

Falls cop reflects on canine retirement

For the last decade, Falls Township Police Officer Edward Elmore and his partner Monty have been inseparable. “We get up and get ready for work together,” Elmore said of his partner, a 12-year-old …

Falls holds line on 2024 taxes

During its Dec. 19 meeting, the Falls Supervisors unanimously adopted the township’s 2024 budget. The 2024 spending plan holds the line on the current 8.97 millage rate. As part of the spending …

Pennsbury’s Falcon Field stadium came a step closer to completion recently, when the Falls Township Supervisors approved a resolution related to sewer facilities for the long-awaited project.

It pays to serve as a volunteer firefighter in Falls Township. Beginning in January, volunteer firefighters may claim up to a $500 Earned Income Tax (EIT) credit as part of the township’s newly …

Bucks County SPCA has charged Shawaun Lakins of Fairless Hills, with two counts of aggravated cruelty to animals for the shooting of two owned cats near Aspen Falls Apartments on Nov. 15, resulting in the death of one cat and serious injury to the other.

The Falls Township Supervisors gathered recently with engineers and construction representatives overseeing the massive municipal complex construction project to hold a ceremonial …

In an effort to put 7.64 acres back on the tax rolls, the Falls Township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution to remove the Keystone Opportunity Improvement Zone (KOIZ) designation from land at the Keystone Trade Center.

Within the next year, eight Falls Township intersections will be upgraded with improved traffic signals, handicap accessibility and safer pedestrian access thanks to a pair of grants totaling more …

Progress continues on Falls Township’s major renovation project at its municipal campus. Recently, the supervisors voted unanimously to award the mechanical construction contract to Allstates …

Falls Township’s joint Touch a Truck and Family Festival event will return on Saturday, Sept. 9, to Falls Township Community Park, 9050 Mill Creek Road, Levittown. Featuring dozens of large trucks, …

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