Michele Armstrong, Executive Director of Lulu's Rescue and member of the New Hope Animal Control Advisory Committee, sent this letter to the Herald regarding an unleashed dog incident that took place in New Hope on Feb. 28 and upcoming ruling on an amendment to the town's dog control ordinance.
CB South students participated in a mini-THON on March 10 at the school to support the fight against pediatric cancer. From left, Grace McInnes, Cara Haley, Sofia Jacalone, Olivia Dobson and Hannah Olszewski were among the participants.
At a Milford Township board of supervisors meeting Tuesday night, St. Luke’s unveiled sketch plans for its newest facility in Upper Bucks, an 80-bed medical surgical hospital and emergency room center.
A resolution calling for the elimination of gerrymandering in Pennsylvania and replacing it with a citizens redistricting commission was approved by the Solebury Township board of supervisors.
The Nockamixon Township board of supervisors has approved the transfer of a liquor license that would allow the consumption and takeout of beer and wine at the Turkey Hill convenience store at 8330-A Easton Road.
Tohickon Valley Elementary Principal Dr. Orathia Bradley states she and her staff have actively been working to improve parents' concerns about bad language, bullying and threats.
The Durham Township supervisors are reviewing the first draft of an ordinance that would protect residents from negative effects of a gas compressor station should PennEast decide to place one in the township on the route of its proposed gas pipeline.
Having heard of recent action by Nockamixon Township to assure the opportunity to formally intervene in any application by the PennEast gas pipeline project for approval of an alternate route through more of Bucks County than its present preferred route, Tinicum Township has pledged to investigate the possibility of taking similar action.
An estimated 250 people from New Hope and Lambertville, N.J., attended a March 19 meeting of Indivisible, a nationwide uprising to resist the Trump agenda that has taken root locally, in a big way.
The Solebury Township board of supervisors agreed to have its solicitor file papers with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to intervene in opposition to the PennEast company’s proposed natural gas pipeline.
Most politicians know by now that there is no such thing as a private social media page, and every one of their posts will be subject to public scrutiny. Doylestown Borough Council President Det Ansinn just might be now learning that lesson.
Doylestown Borough Councilman Det Ansinn announced via a Facebook post on Feb. 3 that he will not seek re-election in this year's election.
At a recent Central Bucks School Board meeting, the district's Report Card Committee was recognized for their hard work as was Lydia Fichtman for her nearly 20 years as director/producer of the CB East Patriot Players.
After a thorough eight-month proposal process and an exhaustive public hearing, New Hope's borough council adopted sweeping changes to the town's dog-control ordinance.
Pennridge middle school students will have a chance to learn about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career choices through a new curriculum designed specifically for them.
The Susquehanna Municipal Trust, a workers compensation provider for over 70 Pennsylvania municipalities, has named Richland Township the recipient of its “2014 Safety Award for Risk Management Score, Second Place.”
In an effort to further “promote the excellent programming at Palisades School District,” while benefitting its own scholarship fund, the Palisades Community Foundation has announced the introduction of a new fundraising event that it hopes will become “a tradition” in the district.
Mike Muse, co-founder of the record label Muse Recordings, will speak at the 10th “Keepin’ it Real – Teens Talk” Teen Leadership Institute in Trevose on Saturday, March 25.
Herman Silverman was honored March 16, at a luncheon at Barley Sheaf Farm in Buckingham, by the Board of the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic
A masquerade ball benefit for the New Hope and Solebury Free Library took place March 4 at HollyHedge Estate in Solebury Township.
The 260th birthday of New Hope's founding father, Benjamin Parry and the 250th birthday of his wife Jane, were celebrated by the New Hope Historical Society.
A natural built home comes to the Lehigh Valley.
CB East girls’ basketball’s season came to an end last Thursday in the second round of states. The Patriots were tripped up by North Penn, 44-38. Sophia Mancuso had nine points for CB East.
Faith Christian boys’ basketball’s campaign closed on Monday with a 67-58 setback to Girard College in the state semifinals. The Lions, who went 3-1 in states, finished at 27-5. They’ll graduate five seniors.
New Hope girls’ basketball’s year finished last Thursday. The Lions were eliminated from the second round of states by defending state champ Neumann-Goretti, 59-36. New Hope went 28-2 on the season.
Pennridge junior Morgan Scott now has five state titles in two years after winning a pair – in the 100 and 200 freestyles – at swimming states on Saturday and Sunday at Bucknell.
CB South girls’ basketball was bounced from the second round of states by Souderton, 40-27, last Thursday. Alexa Brodie scored 18 for the Titans, who went 20-8 in 2016-17.
Kristopher Taylor of New Hope, a sophomore at New Hope-Solebury High School, has been honored for his exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
The Doylestown Bookshop and Holicong Middle School will welcome Gene Luen Yang, the National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature, to Holicong Middle School on Sunday, April 2.
More than 400 students from 19 high schools in Bucks and Montgomery counties converged March 1 at Quakertown Community High School for a World Language Tournament.
Amanda Fone recently dropped off several “comfort bags” containing a cozy blanket, lotions, hand sanitizers, lip balm and more to Doylestown Health's Cancer Institute.
Being responsible when sick kids are involved.
The oak has a rich history in myth and culture and has often been associated with weather gods, especially Zeus who was the lightning god for the Greeks.
Kehilat Hanahar, the Little Shul by the River, held its Purim Ball on March 11 in New Hope.
Tea sandwiches made with beer bread were served at a recent Manoff Market Gardens tea party, and will be again for the upcoming Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
Horacio Barroso and his brother Israel recently opened Burritos Grill in New Hope after successfully opening El Mariachi in Plumsteadville 11 years ago.
The professional regional theater located in Bristol Borough, first opened its doors in 1986 and has been producing popular dramas and musicals, as well as new works, ever since.
The Open Air Theatre will return to Washington Crossing State Park in June, July and August to present an abridged season of musicals. Auditions are scheduled for Sunday, March 26.
Performances of “Phantasticus! Sonatas and Sinfonias in the ‘Fantastic’ Style, 1620-1660” performed by La Fiocco will take place in Princeton, N.J. and Solebury on April 1 and 2.
The Dryden Ensemble wraps up its 2016-2017 concert series with “Bach’s Birthday” with perfromances in Princeton, N.J. and Solebury this weekend.
Award-winning guitarist Jordan Dodson will perform at Trinity Buckingham Church, 2631 Durham Road, Buckingham, at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 26.
“Repairing the Sky,” an exhibition of paintings by Scott Wright will open at the Pennswood Art Gallery in Newtown, Sunday, March 26.
"Things Made Beautiful" a new exhibition at Caffe Galleria in Lambertville, N.J., features oil paintings by professional artist and teacher Dot Bunn, a full-time studio oil painter who lives and works in Bucks County.
The Pennsylvania Center for Photography in Doylestown presents the 2017 “Americana Exhibition” March 24 to April 9 featuring traditional print and digital images.
Hundreds of visitors streamed through the 22nd annual Upper Bucks Small Business Conference & Expo held March 16 on the Upper Bucks campus of Bucks County Community College.
New members of the Central Bucks Family YMCA board of directors in Doylestown were sworn in recently.
The Rev. Lydia Posselt, pastor of Family of God Lutheran Church in Buckingham, is one of 10 finalists in the international preaching contest for the Lutheran World Federation
Allowing our children to experience an honest education based in science, truth, and spirit.
Will Hammerstein, grandson of Oscar Hammerstein II and President of the Oscar Hammerstein Museum & Theater Education Center, needs your help! In this video, he is standing outside Oscar's former home, Highland Farm, where all of Oscar's most famous works where created - including the landmark musicals "Oklahoma!", "Carousel", "South Pacific", "The King and "I and "The Sound of Music". The property is being turned into a museum and is seeking donations to make the project a reality.
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