BucksInq Archive: May, 2012

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Saved from wrecking ball, historic Tennent house needs work

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History buffs who managed to save the 304-year-old William Tennent house from demolition now need manpower and money to restore the Warminster... Read more

Neshaminy, facing a teachers' strike, to resume talks tonight

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Negotiations in the four-year-old contract impasse between the Neshaminy School District and its teachers’ union will resume tonight... Read more
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$14 million verdict reduced to $500,000

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The $14 million verdict awarded a former Pennsbury High School student who lost her left leg in a bus accident was reduced Thursday to the... Read more
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Cell poles may be headed to neighborhood near you

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Who would want a 25-foot cell pole in their yard? Not Ed Bendzlowicz, Beth-Ann Wolfson, Janet Swenson, or several other Bucks County residents... Read more

Neshaminy teachers authorize second strike

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Neshaminy teachers, working under the terms of an expired contract for four years, voted Wednesday to lift their controversial "work-to-contract"... Read more

Pipe-bomb suspect arrested in Solebury

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This story is by Inquirer staff writer Peter Mucha: A man suspected of making three pipe bombs was arrested late this morning in Solebury... Read more
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Bucks tourism grants top $1 million

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Bucks County’s museums are bringing in traveling exhibits, its historic sites are publicizing events, and other attractions are getting... Read more
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Parishioners react to former St. Vincent de Paul priest removed from ministry

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The Rev. George Cadwallader, who most recently was assigned to St. Vincent de Paul Church in Richboro, was one of the five priests removed... Read more