A large-scale drug packaging operation has been shuttered, vast quantities of suspected heroin and fentanyl have been seized and 11 people are in custody after a multi-agency investigation and search at a residence in Warminster Township.
A West Point Military Academy marathon runner enters Pennsylvania at New Hope on the U.S. 202 Bridge Friday, carrying the game ball for the Army-Navy Game at Lincoln Financial Field.
Five years ago, New Britain Borough embarked on an ambitious strategic effort to transform the tiny town from a “don’t blink or you’ll miss it” community to a popular regional destination.
A “Super Wawa” that would feature gas pumps and an adjacent fast-food restaurant appears to be on its way to Hilltown.
New zoning rules will allow limited commercial development by conditional use within the building envelopes of certain properties under conservation easements in Wrighstown.
Milford Township supervisors in Bucks County have voted to prepare an agreement to close the northern portion of Doerr Road.
Residents longing for improved cell phone coverage in Tinicum Township may have received a boost in the form of a 50 percent cell tower antenna expansion for one of the major carriers.
Fierce local opposition to the proposed West Rockhill compressor station may not matter in Washington.
Wrightstown, Upper Makefield and Newtown Township have jointly adopted new zoning rules that establish where medical marijuana dispensaries and growing/processing facilities can operate within the townships.
The New Hope-Solebury School Board met on Dec. 5 to reorganize, install new leadership.
A developer is interested in building a 171-unit age-restricted housing development that would consist of townhouses, twins and single-family homes in Hilltown.
The Central Bucks School District’s Business Administrator David W. Matyas provided the school board on Dec. 4 with its first look at a proposed 2019-20 budget that would go into effect on July 1.
We all know holiday shopping can be stressful--especially when it comes to cars, but Thompson Lexus Doylestown has some helpful tips to make sure you are getting the most bang for your buck when deciding on your next ride.
Fire and Ice, the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s Red Ball Gala, took place Sept. 22.
Wines on the Hill, a festival to benefit the Hilltown Township Volunteer Fire Company, took place Sept. 15.
More than 100 exhibitors and vendors, along with several thousand visitors from Bucks and surrounding counties attended the 19th annual Peace Fair in Lahaska which showcased what area nonprofits are doing to promote peace, social justice, healthy living and a variety of other causes.
What would the holidays be without children? And aren’t we all more or less in touch with our inner child as we scramble to keep up with the craziness of decorating and shopping and partying?
The Palisades boys basketball team kicked off its season in a special way on Monday.
The 2017-2018 Plumstead Christian Panthers made school history by reaching the state elite eight.
The Patriots won three of the girls events, starting off with a victory in girls diving.
While its non-league foe Neshaminy brought everyone back to the court, Central Bucks East is facing a bit of a rebuilding season after losing three starters to graduation.
Randal Henderson, a woodworker from Doylestown, was November’s visiting artist at Delaware Valley High School where he spoke to two woodworking classes.
Doylestown Health’s Breast Cancer Fund received a record donation of $3,935 from Central Bucks East and West high school girls soccer teams, which they raised at their annual Kick for Pink event.
Whether inspired by religion or just the holly and ivy, at this time of year, the feelings of many nations seem filled with a special kind of generosity, peace, and good will.
A great new local nursery on Route 29 in Titusville, New Jersey called Nectars sells many kinds of decorative greens and Christmas trees and have a really nice shop where they sell many locally made items.
The 61st annual New Hope Automobile Show took place Aug. 12 and as always included a bevy of vintage and classic automobiles.
Just as October brings us pumpkin spice lattes, December is the month for eggnog.
Cascade Restaurant at Durham Springs opened quietly last month after months of planning and renovation at a site that has a history of hospitality that goes back 70 years.
The Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society and members of the community will join voices for their at our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Doylestown.
Town & Country Players in collaboration with the James A. Michener Art Museum present their annual holiday show.
The public is invited to the Joyful Singers Holiday Concert on Friday, Dec. 14, at Doylestown United Methodist Church in Doylestown.
“This Old Springhouse,” by the late Dan Campanelli is being auctioned to benefit historic preservation efforts of Harmony Township Historical Society and the Pohatcong History & Heritage Society.
“Paintings by Margie Perry” is on view at The Upstairs Gallery, Shop #10, Peddler’s Village, Lahaska.
Two accounting firms that have been serving the Bucks, Montgomery, Lehigh, and surrounding counties individually for 20 years, are coming together to establish a united firm that enhances its focus on client service and adds strength and depth to its existing service team.
People are essentially good but many of us have lost sight of what it means to be a neighbor.
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The historic Chez Odette building was officially, and successfully, moved to it's new site, where it will be restored as part of a comprehensive community revitalization plan and the mayor and several community members were all in attendance.
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