Dr. Doug Reilly, a veteran, and his wife, Dr. Anne Reilly, of Reilly Family Chiropractic in Plumsteadville are once again trying to help local veterans and also raise money for the Doylestown American Legion Post 210.
From Nov. 12 through Nov. 18, Reilly Family Chiropractic will see all veterans that are new patients for $25. This will include an in-depth examination and X-rays if needed. If a veteran is currently a patient of Reilly Family Chiropractic he or she will be reevaluated and adjusted for only $10.
No insurance will be billed for these services, and all of the money collected will be donated to the American Legion Post 210 in hopes of helping to offset the cost of the maintenance of the building.
In an effort to raise money for the post as well as help local veterans, Reilly Family Chiropractic will also extend this offer to any family member (spouse or child) of a service person who is currently in the Middle East.
To schedule an appointment call the office at 215-766-4804.
Reilly Family Chiropractic is at 5891 Easton Road.
The first 45 volumes of newly restored, historic Bucks County records dating to the 1600s will be delivered next week and displayed at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, in the Recorder of Deeds Office.
The office is located on the second floor of the Bucks County Administration Building at 55 E. Court St., Doylestown.
These double-volumes comprise the contents of 90 books of original deeds and other historic documents that had been sitting, neglected and deteriorating, in a county warehouse until recently. An initiative spearheaded by Recorder of Deeds Robin Robinson is seeking to restore and preserve the entire collection of approximately 700 books. A column about this restoration of documents was published in the Bucks County Herald on Oct. 25.
The shipment being received next week spans the years of 1684 to 1817.
One of the 45 volumes being unveiled on Tuesday will be dedicated to the memory of the late Lucille Trench, who served as Bucks County Recorder of Deeds in the late 1970s and 1980s, and later as a Bucks County Commissioner.
Trench’s daughter, Gina Trench Holub, mounted a fundraising drive in her mother’s name to help support the restoration effort, resulting in a substantial donation.
It is a hallmark of Robinson’s campaign that she is trying to fund as much of the work as possible through private donations, and to pay tribute to those who offer substantial support to it. Holub will be present for this event.
For information, call Nicole Douglas in the Recorder of Deeds office at 215-348-6210 or email email@example.com.
hildren on board the Temple Health Medivac HelicopterAduring the Fire Prevention Month activities at the New HOoe Eagle Fire Company. Participants heard about fire and personal safety from such participants as Stockton Fire Company, Upper Makefield Fire Company, Midway Fire Company, Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance and Rescue Squad, Central Bucks Ambulance, New Hope and Solebury police departments, Bucks County Sheriffs Department, Bucks County SWAT, Bucks County Hazmat team, Temple MedFlight, and the PaWSAR Search and Rescue Canine Team.
The Bucks County Board of Elections reported the following unofficial county results following Tuesday’s General Election.
The lobby at the small Riegelsville Post Office will be bare this year during the weeks surrounding Veterans Day.
Describing what he called the “A Team,” Bucks County Commissioner Robert Lougherty praised the plans to develop and construct the Bucks County Center for Economic and Workforce Development at Bucks County Community College on the Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus.
Central Bucks School District Superintendent John Kopicki introduced district Athletic Director Danielle Turner, who on Oct. 23 presented her findings and recommendations relative to concussion and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy to the school board.
Kimberton Whole Foods plans to move its Ottsville location to a new 12,000-square-foot building in Harrow Station, at the intersection of routes 412 and 611.
Phoebe Ministries finalized the purchase of the previous Rodale property on 10th and Arch streets in Emmaus Borough.
After a brief break, Trinity Episcopal Church in Solebury’s much-loved Christmas cookie sale is back and better than ever.
Sites in the area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, Nov. 12 to 19.
After 42 years of service, Beverly J. Haberle is retiring as executive director of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania Inc. effective Dec. 3 and will be succeeded by Jennifer King.
Fred Schea is leading the YMCA of Bucks County’s For a Better Us Campaign to raise $20 million in needed resources to support growing requests for financial assistance and free programming.
All Pennsylvania Department of Transportation driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Saturday, Nov. 10, through Monday, Nov. 12, in observance of Veterans Day.
Penndel resident Marta Gross opened the Newtown Township supervisors’ meeting with an impassioned thank you delivered to the Newtown Township Police Department for its role in helping with funeral services for her late husband U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Clement C. Gross III, who died in 2012.
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.
If you wanted an education in Springfield Township more than 200 years ago, your choices were limited.
Central Bucks West capped off a perfect run through the District One Class 4A tournament, taking the playoff crown that eluded them last year when they were toppled by Council Rock North in the D1 semifinals
The Lions scored all of their 42 points in the second half as they came back and stunned Pope John Paul II, 42-34, in the PIAA District One/12 Class 3A semifinal at Garthwaite Field in Conshohocken.
New Hope-Solebury beat Sacred Heart 2-0 last Saturday to claim the District One Class A title. The Lions advanced to the PIAA Class A quarterfinals after shutting down Northwestern Lehigh, 2-0, on Tuesday.
The No. 1-seeded Lions tallied three goals in six minutes to top Bicentennial League rival and No. 2 The Christian Academy 4-0 in the District One final Thursday night at Plymouth-Whitemarsh.
Students in the Council Rock ACHIEVE Program received a special educational visit from members of the Lingohocken Volunteer Fire Company.
Two Short Story Dispensers were installed in Doylestown, one at Doylestown Hospital and the second at Pine Run Retirement Community, giving patients, visitors or Villagers choices to print and read short stories varying in length from one, three or five minutes.
Dr. Michael J. Kaye, an area expert in functional medicine, will speaking about the “Six Commonly Overlooked Causes of Digestive Distress” and what you can do to treat them on Nov. 17 and Dec. 2 at the Center for Functional Health in Sellersville.
Today, in America, showing up can be tough.
Just as the second day of November was morphing into the third some kind of alarm went off and people were trying to wake up enough to find the source when it ceased.
The 61st annual New Hope Automobile Show took place Aug. 12 and as always included a bevy of vintage and classic automobiles.
The cool, wet, windy weather we have experienced on recent weekends may have slowed down some of our local outdoor farmers markets, but it hasn’t stopped them.
Since the weather suddenly turned cold after weeks of summerlike days, sales of soup quadrupled at Pennsylvania Soup & Seafood House in Doylestown.
It was an exciting opening night at Bristol Riverside Theatre last Thursday night at the world premiere of a new musical comedy, “The Rivals.”
Bucks County Community College, an All-Steinway School and an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music, showcases student talent in a series of concerts this fall, including a performance by the big-band style Jazz Orchestra.
The Art of Sound in Lambertville, N.J., hosts Lindsey Webster as the next live-performance artist in its “Unplugged” concert series.
Beginning Nov. 10, the James A. Michener Art Museum will present “Frank Hyder: The Janis Project,” a multimedia exhibition that showcases the work of sculptor and painter Frank Hyder.
Rago presents works by notable New Hope School artists, locally consigned and never before offered for sale at auction, on Saturday, Nov. 10, in Lambertville, N.J.
Freeman’s in Philadelphia will present at auction “A Bucks County Life: The Collection of Bonnie O’Boyle,” a single owner sale exhibiting the eclectic taste of the local philanthropist who surrounded herself with Pennsylvania art, craft and design in her historic farmhouse in Doylestown.
One of the custom tote bags Perkasie-based Eric & Christopher, LLC makes for lifestyle brand Beekman 1802 has been featured on the Home Shopping Network.
Family of God Lutheran Church in Buckingham raised over $4,500, second only to Merck in Bucks County, to support Feed My Starving Children (FMSC).
A statement from the seven Lutheran bishops in Pennsylvania was issued in response to the violent crimes at Tree of Life synagogue.
Realtors Among Us
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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