An episode of “Faith on the Field Show” featuring Dr. Todd Williams, president of Cairn University will air this weekend on 610 ESPN Philadelphia.
A lone spectator view the write-in favorite books at the inaugural Bucks County Book Festival in Doylestown last weekend. The two-day fair featured activities for children and adults, and an opportunity to hear local and nationally recognized authors speak about their craft.
PennDOT has received approval for categorical exclusion from providing an environmental impact statement, for its two-lane replacement proposal for Tinicum’s Headquarters Road bridge at Sheep Hole Road (a.k.a. Burnt Mill Bridge), from the Federal Highway Administration.
A Bucks County corrections officer who took undercover investigators on a paid, guided fishing trip this summer while receiving workers’ compensation has been charged with fraud and theft, according to the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office.
President Trump signed the Saracini Aviation Act into law Oct.12.
Plans are moving along for the 45-acre Aquetong Spring Park between Route 202 and Lower Mountain Road in Solebury.
Central Bucks Family YMCA, Lower Bucks Family YMCA and Upper Bucks YMCA came together on Oct. 10 at The Fuge in Warminster to announce a shared future.
A dairy farm property in Bedminster Township, which has been operating that way since the 1950s, is in the process of becoming the latest addition to the township’s preserved farmland.
The spotted lanternfly is a small bug and it’s causing a major nuisance in Bucks and the surrounding counties.
Officials in Upper Makefield are working on a preliminary township budget for 2019 that would keep the municipal property tax rate the same as this year.
An equestrian riding academy that would double as a center for rehabilitating thoroughbred horses is a step closer to being established in Upper Makefield.
Despite weather challenges over the year, the Bucks County Designer House & Gardens amassed a significant amount of funds.
More medical marijuana dispensaries and growers are coming to the Keystone State. That much was determined when Gov. Tom Wolf signed the Medical Marijuana Act into law in April 2016.
In light of developments in the ongoing investigation into a series of explosions in Upper Bucks County last summer, District Attorney Matthew D. Weintraub urges residents to be cautious of suspicious devices.
Three of the New York Susquehanna and Western Technical and Historical Society’s restored cabooses were vandalized sometime in the past week.
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.
A battle between two once-friendly Native American tribes that escalated after a child’s squabble over an especially fine grasshopper is the topic.
Plumstead Christian’s field hockey team defeated Conwell-Egan Catholic 5-1 last Saturday in a game played at Palisades High School as part of Plumstead’s Homecoming Weekend festivities.
Central Bucks South lost possession of the ball four times, twice in the first quarter on kickoffs, an interception in the second stanza and another pick that killed a Titans’ opening drive after the intermission.
There were accolades all around for New Hope-Solebury on a chilly Tuesday at Lower Moreland when the team clinched the Bicentennial League championship.
In recognition of Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 7 to 13), the pre-k to secon-grade students at St. Joseph/St. Robert School had the opportunity to learn about fire safety from firefighters and members of the Warrington Fire Company.
Every one of the 50 states has a law making it illegal to pass a school bus with its red lights flashing and stop-arm extended that is stopped to load or unload students. However, some motorists simply choose to ignore the law.
Smart Cosmetic and Skin Studio celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 19.
Perhaps, the next great money-making company will be the one that offers commercial free, pick your own package of channels flavor of television programming.
One of the ways we can better understand the cycle of life is by studying the soil.
The 61st annual New Hope Automobile Show took place Aug. 12 and as always included a bevy of vintage and classic automobiles.
This is the best time of year for local apples, picked fresh from the tree, with local festivals to celebrate the season. .
It’s October and the “pizza witch” is hard at work crafting spell-binding pizzas.
October is Anti-Bullying Month, and the Town and Country Players in Buckingham have chosen to offer the classic production, “The Children’s Hour,” as a reminder.
The Dryden Ensemble’s upcoming season includes a three-concert series and organ recital at Miller Chapel on the Theological Seminary campus, 64 Mercer St., Princeton, N.J., and three concerts at Trinity Episcopal Church, 6587 Upper York Road, Solebury Township.
Allentown-born choreographer Jessica Lang, who grew up in New Britain and graduated from Central Bucks High School in 1993, has been invited to choreograph another new piece for American Ballet Theatre this year.
The “Art Explosion Show and Sale” Opening Reception at The Community Gallery in the Bank of Princeton in Lambertville, N.J., features colorful works by area artists Nancy Shill and Mike Mann and a silent auction of one painting by each artist to benefit SPLASH, a nonprofit community environmental education project.
Patricia Hutton Galleries will feature the work of Frank Arcuri with a special exhibition opening with a reception on Saturday, Oct. 20.
Popcorn has become big business at Trauger’s Farm Market in Durham Township – especially on October weekends when pumpkin-hunting farm visitors line up at the yellow popcorn trailer to buy a bag of popcorn grown and popped on the farm.
When you leave a job or retire, you must often decide what to do with the money you have in your employer-sponsored 401(k) or other retirement plan.
St. Philip’s invites people and their pets for a special St. Francis Day blessing, at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, on the labyrinth outside the church located at 10 Chapel Road in New Hope.
Lenape Valley Church has hired former Octane band member Brian Bortnick to lead a new Contemporary Worship service starting Oct. 7.
The Wolf Administration announced that the dry leaf form of medical marijuana will be phased in at dispensaries starting Aug. 1 at 16 locations and expanding to 28 locations the following week.
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