Officials aren't drawing a line in the sand they're drawing it on a bridge over the Delaware River.
A new tri-color state line was unveiled today on the walkway for the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge.
The bridge connects part of Bucks County with New Jersey.
The idea for the state line was first proposed by a 12-year-old Lambertville student.
It's a fresh update for the centuries-old structure.
The original wooden bridge was first declared "ready for crossing" nearly 200 years ago.
“Anyone that violates the public trust must be held accountable,” said Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III.Read More »
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