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Video Reporter Kimberly Flanders takes you through today's headlines, which include the Bristol mayoral race getting its day in court and a tainted meat/diaper scam at Bucks County Giant Food Stores. Also, Eat This! host Chuck Thomas stops by to talk about whiskey sours. See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos.
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Stories from Bucks County's Croydon, Bristol Township, Warminster, and Erwinna and sports reports from Pennsbury are all part of today's Courier Times Update. Lead video reporter Rachel Canelli takes you through today's headlines which include a shooting and stabbing in Bristol Township, more on Bucks County's connection to the Philadelphia building collapse, and Bucks County resident wins a Tony. Chuck Thomas has Rachel taste test a patriotic parfait for July 4, and Pennsbury's outstanding boys volleyball season comes to an end. See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos
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Kimberly Flanders takes you through today's headlines, which include a man who admitted to driving drunk and killing a Falls woman on Route 13 and a man jailed for a fatal Bensalem street racing crash. Also, Saving Bucks host Marion Callahan stops by to share her latest adventure at Treasures Forever in Warminster. See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos
Watch this. And mark your calendar! Paul Bencivengo from Visit Bucks tells you about some spring events you can look forward to in this clip from today's Courier Times Update. This is just one of the many local stories in today's Courier Times Update. See them all at http://bit.ly/BCCTUpdate
Kimberly Flanders gives you a look at the latest Bucks County headlines, including three members of the 'Black Flag Family' setting fire to a historic mansion, a Bucks County man who died in prison and Congressman Fitzpatrick's press conference on floating docks in Bristol.See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos
Stories from Bucks County's Doylestown and Bristol Township, and sports reports from Neshaminy, Pennsbury, Conwell-Egan and the Phillies are all part of today's Courier Times Update. Lead video reporter Rachel Canelli takes you through today's headlines which include Drew Bodden guilty in crash death of 9-year-old, Upper Moreland dad to face third degree murder, and the demolition of the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter kitchen. Jen Wielgus covers two area softball victories. See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos
Stories from Bucks County's Doylestown, Bristol Township, and Neshaminy and sports reports from Holy Ghost Prep and Pennsbury are all part of today's Courier Times Update. Lead video reporter Rachel Canelli takes you through today's headlines which include race comments from Jermaine Jackson's father getting attention, volunteers to the rescue of a Bristol Township man with Sandy damage, and Neshaminy's military service ceremony. Dan Dunkin talks about the thrilling high school baseball playoff season. See more videos at http://www.phillyburbs.com/videos
State lawmakers are questioning state transportation and emergency management officials about how to prevent accidents like the massive pile-up on the turnpike a few weeks ago. See what they said in this clip from today's Courier Times Update. This is just one of the many important local stories in today's Courier Times Update. See them all at http://bit.ly/BCCTUpdate
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State’s Rights vs Slavery? What was the motivating factor that lead to the conflict? Examine the reasons behind Mississippi’s decision to secede from the United States, and the ramifications that action had on its citizens. Learn more at http://www.mpbonline.org/mississippiswar
Imam Qasim Khan visited Fanar - Qatar Islamic Cultural Center and delivered a powerful and inspirational reminder to the Muslim Ummah during his Friday Khutbah. ____________ ABOUT THE SPEAKER - Imam F. Qasim ibn Ali Khan was introduced to Islam by way of the Nation of Islam in 1971. Shortly, after becoming Minister in 1975, he proclaimed shahadah-tain under the leadership of Imam W. Deen Mohammed. After chairing the Fundraising Committee and Public Relations Committee of Masjid Al-Amin in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was unanimously elected as Imam of Martinsville (Virginia) Masjid of Al-Islam in 1977, where he served for two years, and led the Mayor's Commission for Community Change as well as Associate Editor of the Danville News & Observer Weekly Newspaper. It was under his leadership...
Big Star & Raw Sports presents the Pennsylvania AAA 1st round state tournament game between Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, PA) and Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia, PA). This game took place on March 8, 2013 at Archbishop Ryan High School (Philly, PA). Neumann's next opponent will be Scranton Prep on Tuesday 3/12/13. Keep It Locked with Big Star & Raw Sports for more AAA PA State Tournament Hoops!
CLICK HERE: http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2008/09/how-are-your-homeland-security-tax.html keywords: Connecticut State Police misconduct Colonel Thomas "The Duck" Davoren Izzarelli Amaral Longlais Stafford Springs Police Constable John Desso Frank Prochaska Barbara Sattel Peter J. Coukos Governor John G. Rowland M. Jodi Rell Rockville Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan prosecutor John Panone Keith Courier
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Some scenes of Germany's big exhibition about live steam and real steam model trains, model railroad and model railway.
The man who was shot and killed by Evansville Police last week after he stole an officer's car may have been drunk, according to 911 audio. A TGI Friday's manager who spoke to 911 operators before the incident on March 15 said Daniel Wooters, 38, started to threaten customers after the manager cut Wooters off from buying any more drinks. "I asked him to leave because he was trying to smell my server's hair and was making several of our guests uncomfortable," the manager said, according to the 911 recording obtained by the Courier & Press. In the call, the TGI Friday's manager describes the man as white and wearing a dark jacket, blue shirt and jeans, and that he had a duffle bag. The call came in about 8:30 p.m. March 15. Wooters ended up leaving the property after Eastland Mall secur...
EnviroPolitics editor Frank Brill interviews Kyle Bagenstose and Kristina Nasuti, two investigative reporters who are part of a team assembled by the Bucks County Courier Times and The Burlington County Times to explore public health risks from groundwater containing toxic chemicals PFOS and PFOA. Underground plumes contaminated by the chemicals have spread from military bases in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to private drinking water sources.
All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Friday, June 30, 2017. Headlines of the day // Marijuana Opponents Declare Premature Victory, Don't Understand Legislative Process (MassRoots) // Dubious publicity: Toker Poker code name for Colorado marijuana bust also a smoker accessory (Cannabist) // No deal yet on rewrite of Massachusetts marijuana law (MassLive) // Workers' comp insurance firm drops all 7 of Hawaii's medical marijuana dispensaries over fear of feds (The Cannabist) // In some states, pot farmers get a free pass. In Kentucky, Cornbread Mafia leader Johnny Boone faces prison (Courier-Journal) // Here's the complete list of where Pennsylvania's 52 medical marijuana dispensaries will be (Cannabist) // Medical-marijuana advisory board now in place in West Virginia ...
Brian Seech is a researcher and investigator of the unexplained and founder of two research groups, Center for Unexplained Events (CUE) and Center for Cryptozoological Studies (CCS). Brian has appeared on Monsters & Mysteries in America on Destination America, a national cable channel. He was featured on the independent film; “Mountain Devil, the Search for Frank Peterson”, was an extra in “The Mothman Prophecies” movie filmed in Pittsburgh and has also appeared on various internet radio shows. Brian is a member of the Butler Organization on Research of the Unexplained (BORU), Legend Hunters, and the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society (PBS). He is a former member/investigator of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Brian co-wrote articles for the Creature Chronicles column in the Hancock County C...
Full interview with Fr. Ivan Kaszczak on "Ukrainian Catholics in America: A History" by Bohdan P. Procko, Edited by Ivan Kaszczak, Kerhonkson, New York, United States, 26 August 2017. - A history of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America - 0:44 Neonila Natalia Procko (Bednarski), Rev. Paul Procko, Bohdan P. Procko., Standing (L-R) Rev. Joseph Chaplynsky, Unknown, Alex Chehansky, Rev. Dr. Basil Feddish, Rev. Wladimir Lotowycz, Unknown (circa 1930s) - 1:03 Bishop Bohachevsky and his consultors circa 1931. Top Row (L-R): Rev. Alexander Pyk, Rev. Epiphanius Teodorovych, OSBM, Rev. Antin Lotovych, Rev. Leo Chapelsky, Rev. Ivan (John) Kutsky. Bottom Row (L-R): Rev, Paul Procko, Bishop Constantine Bohachevsky and Rev. John Ortynsky - 2:19 The first Ukrainian Catholic Chu...