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Parx Casino buys hotel, sells Neshaminy Mall Top Lower Bucks News

LOWER BUCKS COUNTY, PA — Parx Casino has purchased a hotel. Meanwhile, a Lower Bucks man abused three girls for five years, court documents say.

These were some of the stories that made headlines in Lower Bucks County last week:

Parx Casino buys hotel and plans renovations

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The parent company of the Bensalem casino will expand and renovate the Inn at Fox Chase over the next year, officials said.

Lower Bucks man sexually abused three girls for five years: court documents

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Joshua Alan Kessler, 22, of Ivyland, faces up to six years in prison after being sentenced by a Montgomery County judge.

Neshaminy Mall sold to company with ties in Montgomery County

The Bensalem Township mall was sold to a company that owns retail properties in Lower Bucks and Montgomery counties.

Suspect in fatal triple shooting faces jail time in Bucks assault charge

Andre Gordon Jr. is accused of killing three people in a March shooting spree in Falls Township and faces new charges related to two incidents in May.

Presidential debate between Biden and Trump: Hatboro Bakery lets cookies decide

Lochel’s Bakery began selling the cookies before the two candidates participated in their first debate on Thursday.


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