Television station PBS39 hosts "Community Conversation - Kids, Mental Health, and The Stigma," a live broadcast, at 6 p.m. tonight.
Route 563 (Ridge Road) is scheduled to close weekdays between Park Avenue and Route 313 (Dublin Pike/Broad Street) in East Rockhill Township, Bucks County.
A short section of the Delaware and Raritan Canal towpath on the New Jersey side of the Scudder Falls Bridge is scheduled to be closed for a series of days and nights over the next two weeks.
Celebrants line the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge in a flag tribute to open Pride Week in New Hope, Pa., and Lambertville, N.J. The week’s highlight was a parade on Saturday, May 19. Parade photos can be seen HERE.
Doylestown’s 150th Memorial Day parade will feature more than 2,000 marchers.
Solebury officials learned this month the township now has an additional $1 million to complete its Route 202 trail in Aquetong Spring Park.
Quakertown Community School District Superintendent William Harner maintains that the loss of a teacher will not affect music instruction at the elementary level, pointing out that each of the five schools will have the same level of staffing.
Filling empty storefronts is the objective of a joint meeting of Frenchtown’s borough council and planning board on Wednesday, May 30, at 7 p.m. at Borough Hall.
At a May 16 Upper Makefield supervisors meeting, cemetery officials apologized for the state of the structures and said a plan is in the works to replace roofs and siding, while making related exterior improvements.
Palisades School District directors have been able to reduce their budget deficit enough to allow for no more than a 0.88 percent tax increase,translating to about an extra $37 annually per district household.
Carstar Quakertown – Duncan Autobody an East Rockhill Township auto body repair shop made a huge difference Tuesday morning in a single mother’s life, by providing her with a rehabilitated car.
A new groundwater ordinance, produced by the Bridgeton/Nockamixon/Tinicum Joint Groundwater Committee, is to be presented for approval by Nockamixon Township supervisors at a June 21 meeting.
Concern and controversy continue to swirl around resumed operations at a long-dormant quarry in East Rockhill with the township’s Board of Supervisors voting to approve lowering the speed limit on a stretch of North Rockhill Road to 25 mph.
A Montgomery County teen who fatally shot a 19-year-old Perkasie man during a 2016 drug robbery pleaded guilty May 21 to voluntary manslaughter and three other felonies.
Warrington commissioners agreed to spend $285,742, or 14 percent of the assessed price, for three parcels in Warrington Township as part of the open space allocation.
Dr. David Bolton, assistant superintendent for elementary education for the Central Bucks School District, announced recently that he has accepted the position of superintendent in the Pennridge School District.
Upper Makefield officials are proceeding with a plan to expand the scope of roadwork in the township for this spring and summer.
Frenchtown’s municipal property taxes will rise about 1.9 percent to support the $2,167,268 budget for 2018.
The community is invited to celebrate the Free Library of New Hope & Solebury’s century of service from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 3.
The 10th anniversary celebration of the Acme Screening Room located in Lambertville, N.J., took place at Hotel du Village in New Hope.
The Taste of New Hope, presented by the New Hope Chamber of Commerce, was held at the New Hope Winery to benefit the Friends of the Free Library of New Hope and Solebury.
The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra hosted its Spring Soiree on April 26 at the home of Lamberto and Barbara Donnelly Bentivoglio.
Reinventing itself in the new millenium, Pearl S. Buck International and its programs remain relevant and necessary in the 21st century.
Plumstead Christian seniors Luke Brautigam and Kyle Elton both signed with Messiah College. Brautigam will play soccer for the Falcons, while Elton will join Messiah’s basketball team.
CB West boys’ lacrosse saw its historic season end in District One Class AAA playbacks for fifth place. The Bucks were eliminated by Perkiomen Valley, 5-1, on Tuesday. CB West went 14-6 on the year.
CB West girls’ lacrosse has one more opportunity to qualify for states for the first time in approximately two decades. The Bucks will host Downingtown East this Thursday. The winner moves on, the loser goes home.
Palisades junior Lydia Bottelier captured three District 11 Class AA track and field gold medals, in the 200, high jump and long jump, last week. She and many other local standouts are going to states this weekend.
Making its first postseason appearance in approximately two decades, CB West softball claimed a 3-2 walk-off win over Owen J. Roberts in the first round of the District One Class AAAAAA tournament on Monday.
Palisades baseball is hoping to bounce back from its 4-1 setback to Southern Lehigh in Friday’s Colonial League final. The Pirates started districts on Wednesday.
Central and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs celebrated the Week of the Young Child with a reading tour of all four of its Youth Education Centers in Bucks County.
Pearl S. Buck International has awarded the 2018 Mabel Lew Scholarship to Nicole Thom Hanselman.
Students from the Souderton Area School District collected more than 2,150 pounds of food, paper products and personal care items for Keystone Opportunity Center.
The Phillie Phanatic helped two adult cancer patients surprise their children with the news of a trip to Florida during the eighth annual For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation’s For Pete’s Sake, Walk!
Type One Parent Project Foundation presented a $10,000 donation to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Fund-A-Cure program during the One Promise Gala in Philadelphia.
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Cedars are suffering this year, a browning phenomenon just noticed.
In spite of rain, towns throught our region celebrated LGBTQ community .
Telford entrepreneur Caleb Mangum has created a line of 17 nut butters that are sold in shops and at markets throughout the region.
Brad Kranz and Jennifer Kennedy-Kranz opened the New Hope General Store in April, offering general store items as well as a casual restaurant menu that includes chicken and beef cheesesteaks.
Currently at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center, Christopher Durang’s “Turning Off the Morning News” is an absurdist dark comedy making it’s world premiere.
A classic tap-happy musical and a new production of a legendary Broadway comedy are highlights of Bucks County Playhouse’s 2018 Season, kicking off May 19.
The Bucks County Choral Society concludes its 45th season with ¡Música Latina! a festival of music that will be featured in its summer 2018 tour to Cuba.
Singers Jay Unger, Molly Mason and bring their American roots music repertoire to the Hopewell Theater in Hopewell, N.J., on Friday, May 25.
The Doylestown Bookshop will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday, May 26 with a variety of events that include a special story time with Lolly Hopwood.
The James A. Michener Art Museum presents “View Finders: Four Photographic Voices,” showcasing the contemporary work of four photographers in the Delaware Valley: Paula Chamlee, Catherine Jansen, Brian H. Peterson and Michael A. Smith
Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio is partnering with Invaluable.com, the online auction platform, for its inaugural fine-art online sale on Sunday, May 27.
Willi Singleton returns to Dot Bunn’s Red Stone Farm Studio in Doylestown on May 27 and May 28, with new work from his May firing.
Carlton Pools. a family-owned and operated swimming pool business established in 1973, ecently hosted a grand opening for its New Britain location.
The Ladies of Mount Carmel in Doylestown held their annual Communion Breakfast on Sunday, May 6, at the Doylestown Country Club where they Pat Hackett was named Woman of the Year.
A group of parishioners from St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Yardley is traveling to Washington, Tuesday, June 12, to participate in the Lobby Day organized by Bread for the World.
This year marks the Tyler Tasting Party’s 30th anniversary and we’re celebrating with a Great Gatsby-style bash! It’s the Tyler Tasting Party you know and love…with a twist.
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