Harrisburg - Governor Tom Wolf today announced medical marijuana will be available for patients at approved dispensaries beginning February 15.
NHS Cares will present the third in a series of free monthly seminars that will discuss the growing problem of adolescent gambling.
Jan and Bob Seminack were among the crowds who flocked to local shops shops for candy and flowers this week for Valentine’s Day. This scene is in the Giant Market, New Hope.
For many Doylestown area senior citizens, university students and others, the Doylestown DART is a positive difference maker, helping them easily get from place to place.
The PennEast Pipeline Company continues to file eminent domain notices to get access to property along the 120-mile pipeline route where landowners have refused to sign right-of-way compensation agreements.
The Upper Makefield Fire Company is purchasing a river boat that township officials say will help enhance the efficacy and efficiency of water rescues on the Delaware River.
On the first night of having their meetings live-streamed, the Richland Township Board of Supervisors authorized the purchase of a 76.75-acre conservation easement for a property that was considered by its proponents to be an especially valuable candidate.
A Springfield man is urging the township to ban any further farming at Peppermint Park following the repeated use of a potentially harmful chemical.
Four Solebury Township police officers were honored with Commendations of Merit by Police Chief Dominick Bellizzee at the Tuesday meeting of the board of supervisors.
Solebury Township finds it has a problem with speeding cars and braking trucks and is proposing laws to put a stop to both.
The Upper Makefield Board of Supervisors approved the hire of Kyle Areias for the position of part-time police officer.
Basic Fun!, the Boca Raton toy and novelty company, said Monday it has purchased the assets of K’NEX, the Hatfield-based construction toy company.
State Rep. Marguerite Quinn (R-143) has announced her intention to run for the Pennsylvania’s 10th Senate District in the 2018 election.
The Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. and community partners will present free “Addiction and Opiate Awareness Education: What Your Community Needs to Know” presentations on Feb. 20 in Quakertown and March 20 in Newtown.
The Bucks County Children's Museum in New Hope was the beneficiary of a Blue Jeans and Blackjack Casino Night held at the Lambertville Station in Lambertville, N.J.
Newtown Middle School hosted a "Night Out with Friends" lock-in to benefit the Autism Cares Foundation.
In this land conscious county, Tinicum is among the top protectors of open space.
A year removed from a 3-18 campaign, South Hunterdon boys’ basketball is flying high at 14-8. On Friday, the Eagles celebrated their four seniors, but a junior, Jeffrey Shurts, nearly stole the show.
CB West boys’ basketball gave undefeated Plymouth Whitemarsh a good fight in Monday’s SOL Challenge championship. The Bucks, who caught the Colonials at 20 late in the first half, succumbed, 62-41.
CB South girls’ basketball dropped Monday’s rubber match to Souderton, 48-29, in the final of the SOL Challenge at Souderton. The Titans are seeded second in the upcoming District One Class 6A tournament.
Quakertown wrestling waxed visiting Wissahickon, 61-15, on Monday’s Senior Night. The victory gave the Panthers the SOL American championship; Quakertown finished 7-0 in the conference.
CB West celebrated six seniors at a signing ceremony on Friday. Recognized were: Jake Reichwein, Collin MacAdams, Nick Ferrentino, Michael Taylor, Samantha Ronald and Tarin Morris.
CB South celebrated nine seniors at a signing ceremony on Friday. Recognized were: Pat Fleisch, Bobby Sautner, Julia Dennis, Kasey Dietzel, Aleksa Peev, Noah Collachi, Ben Berger, Mackenzie Ehresman and Jason Horvath.
Stunt coordinator Manny Severio visited Solebury School to oversee safety and advise and teach students some of the skills required in their re-creation of a scene from the original movie, “The Fast and the Furious.”
When you step onto the wooded campus of Buckingham Friends School in Lahaska, you get the sense that it’s a place where the environment matters.
An all-female engineer panel celebrating “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” Feb. 22 highlights the second year of the “Dream Big” educational initiative at SteelStacks in Bethlehem this February.
Central Bucks Family YMCA and Lower Bucks Family YMCA are celebrating a momentous year of joint philanthropy and service to the Bucks County community.
Leaders from The Superhero Project donated funds to Doylestown Health to establish the Angel Eye Camera System to keep parents connected with newborns in the Intensive Care Nursery.
Spending time with just our own thoughts is becoming too rare.
February has begun with precipitation, downpours in fact and rain gardens are popping up everywhere.
Zolocon is billed as the "largest comic and toy show in Bucks County," thousands of people from the Philadelphia area and beyond packed the convention floor for some sci-fi, fantasy and superhero fun.
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It has been reported that General George Washington didn’t eat a lot of sweets, but did eat cherries on occasion as evidenced by the cherry recipes in his wife Martha’s family cookbook.
Located at 33 N. Main Street in Doylestown, Sesame Chinese Bistro serves Cantonese and Northern Chinese dishes as well as popular Thai entrees.
The stage is alive with more than 50 adults and children presenting a sparkling performance of “Seussical” at Music Mountain Theatre just north of Lambertville, N.J.
Gabrielle Stravelli and Billy Stritch make their first appearance together at New Hope's RRazz Room on Saturday, Feb. 17 in “Down For Double” a show featuring beloved classics from the Great American Songbook.
Jean and Bill Brenner, married for 56 years and residents of Ann's Choice in Warminster, performed the A. R. Gurney play, “Love Letters” on the Warminster campus to over 300 residents over three performances.
Psych-pop quartet Ceramic Animal, from Bucks County, headlines World Cafe Live Downstairs on Feb. 17, with support from Dr. Danny (featuring Danny of the Lemon Twigs) and Philadelphia’s own Sixteen Jackies.
The James A. Michener Art Museum presents “Virtually Rudy: New Dimensions in Sculpture,” a sculpture exhibition that joins 20th century art with 21st century technology.
Paperboat and Bird Art Shoppe presents the works of Philadelphia artists Keith and Rita Greiman in a show titled “How Many Likes."
A unique art show and talk that compliments the soon-to-be published book of Lambertville, N.J., resident Sandy Hanna, “The Ignorance of Bliss: An American Kid in Saigon,” opens on Feb. 17, at the New Hope Arts Center in New Hope.
The Trenton Museum Society hosts “Africa Now! Contemporary Art by African Women,” an exhibit of painting and sculpture by four African women, at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie in Trenton, N.J.
The staff of the Philly Home + Garden Show stumbled upon Scott and Courney Baldelli's online presence, liked what they saw and invited Scott Baldelli Gardening & Design to Oaks this weekend.
The #girlSTEM Conference will take place on May 24 at Delaware Valley University and volunteer presenters are needed to host sessions.
Trinity Buckingham Church is set to host its 7th annual “Conversations on Science and Technology” series.
Ohev Shalom of Bucks County in Richboro, will host its annual Purim Carnival on Feb. 25 with events for the entire family.
Wolf administration unveils when and where medical marijuana
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