Thanks to two residents who spoke up Tuesday night, we now know a little more about the borough council's stance on the funding of youth sports shared with Solebury Township.
In light of the imminent retirement of current Director and CEO Lisa Tremper Hanover, the board of trustees of the James A. Michener Art Museum has announced an interim director: Barbara Donnelly Bentivoglio.
Crews prepare the New Hope evergreen located at the cannon next to the Logan Inn for the annual Christmas celebration. Other towns are adorning their trees and getting set for celebrations.
With strong support from its supervisors, Nockamixon Township will have an ordinance on the agenda for its Dec. 21 public board meeting that will be designed to allow the township to prevent a “mini-casino” from locating within its borders.
Town officials gathered at the 7th and Market Streets in Perkasie to rededicate the clock, which has been refurbished and now serves as a symbol of another wave of economic revitalization that includes new retail businesses, restaurants, housing and manufacturing.
Solebury’s Park and Recreation Board is crying foul after the township’s board of rescinded a 2007 agreement with New Hope that allows the borough to use township sports fields for $1,500 a year while the township has to pay $127,000.
After nearly four decades of friendly, caring service at their store, Lundie’s Five and Ten, Ken and Caryl Lundie are moving to Massachusetts to be closer to their son.
Honoring Bucks County families who have opened their "hearts and homes" to children, county officials celebrated National Adoption Day on Nov. 17.
At a recent Palisades School District board meeting, Superintendent Bridget O’Connell introduced recently elected board members Robert Fumo and James Ott, and bade fond farewell to outgoing board members Robert de Groot and Edward Ruisz.
The 2018 proposed budget for Tinicum Township has been presented, with no tax increase for the eighth consecutive year.
The Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad announced the launch of its brand-new volunteer recruitment and awareness campaign.
Durham residents will see no increase in their taxes next year if the township supervisors approve the preliminary budget presented at their November meeting.
Plumstead supervisors recently heard complaints from residents in two neighborhoods concerning neglected properties.
County Bridge No. 352 in East Rockhill Township reopened on Monday.
The Bucks County commissioners released their proposed 2018 budget last Wednesday morning and residents can be thankful: no property tax increase is proposed in the budget.
The Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce continues its legacy of kicking off the holiday season in style by creating a special experience for local residents and visitors alike.
The Hepatitis B Foundation, a national nonprofit organization headquartered in Doylestown, has announced the promotion of Dr. Chari Cohen to vice president, public health and programs.
Intrigue Fine Apparel, a women’s boutique in Buckingham, held a 30th anniversary celebration with fashion designer Nicole Miller in attendance.
More than 2,000 attended the first Washington Crossing Fall Brewfest at Washington Crossing Historic Park.
Approximately 15 to 20 volunteers, along with local vendors, came together to work on a native plant demonstration garden in Doylestown’s Central Park.
America’s ideals remain as they did more than a hundred years ago despite the changes.
Palisades football outlasted Lehighton, 48-42, on Saturday night in Bethlehem to capture its first District 11 title since 2008. The Pirates will face Conwell-Egan this Saturday in the state quarterfinals.
Pennridge football fell short at Garnet Valley, 28-20, in Friday’s District One Class AAAAAA semifinals. The Rams will return to the field on Thanksgiving morning for their annual duel with rival Quakertown.
Quakertown hosted a signing ceremony last Thursday for seniors Kaylee Heimes, J.J. Paul, Alex Keeny, Hudson Delisle, Mackenzie Hadfield and Justin Guidos.
Pennridge seniors Josh Stillings and Morgan Scott shared their plans for college during a signing ceremony on Nov. 8. Stillings will wrestle for Drexel, while Scott will swim for Indiana.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for St. Katharine Drexel Regional Catholic School’s new playground made from recycled oral care products and packaging.
A gift of $5 million for Conwell-Egan Catholic High School in Fairless Hills was made by the Danaher Lynch Family Foundation.
Fourth-grader Emma Watters, chose to write a letter to Linden Principal Michael Testani about how their school could help make a difference somewhere else.
One hundred and sixty Shotokan students from across the country including members from the AJKA-I USA National Team gathered to compete in the sixth annual Battle in Bucks Shotokan Karate Tournament at Lenape Middle School in Doylestown.
Doylestown Health recently opened its first urgent care center, Doylestown Health Urgent Care, in Doylestown located near the intersection of Route 313 (Swamp Road) and Route 611 in the area known as Cross Keys.
How fortunate we would all be if everyone would simply live and let live.
Houseplants in your home or workplace can literally breathe energy into your space.
The eighth annual Couture for a Cure fashion show fundraiser to help raise awareness and funds in support of the fight against breast cancer took place at Hotel DuVillage in New Hope with local resident and fashion designer Dominique D. Pino-Santiago as host.
There are many recipes available offering ways to make Thanksgiving leftovers more enticing.
Holiday shopping helps to work up an appetite, and one of the bonuses of shopping is that you get to take yourself out to eat along the way and maybe even find a restaurant you want to share by giving a gift card.
The Lambertville Historical Society’s sixth annual Holiday CD, featuring songs by local musicians, is now available.
This year, the Roxey Ballet Company of Lambertville, N.J., will feature three talented young ladies from Bucks and Hunterdon counties in the role of Clara in “Nutcracker.”
Bucks County Symphony Orchestra presents its annual Family Concert at Central Bucks High School East in Buckingham at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3.
The Gloria Consort will present a concert of Baroque chamber works by 18th century musical giants at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Lambertville, N.J.
A struggling young piano player answers an ad that says “Singers and songwriters wanted" and changes the course of his life.
Local artists Jane Ramsey and George Donovan host a new exhibit and fundraiser for the Land Trust of Bucks County, opening from 2 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24.
The 23th annual self-guided Covered Bridge Artisans Studio Tour and Sale is set for Nov. 24 to 26 in Southern Hunterdon County, N.J.
Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery presents its annual Holiday Small Works Show through Saturday, Dec. 30.
As a holiday pop-up store, Art of Spirit Local will temporarily be located at the old Laundromat building in Frenchtown.
Penn Community Bank celebrated the grand opening of its 24th branch, its first in Montgomery County, with a reception on Oct. 26 in Abington Township.
With more than 20 Yardley Borough businesses participating in Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25, downtown Yardley is prepared to welcome residents and visitors to experience the personal touch of shopping and dining local all day and evening long.
Governor Tom Wolf today joined state and local officials, and environmental advocates to announce the expansion of the use of solar energy across the commonwealth, while ensuring that the environmental and health benefits of solar energy are experienced in Pennsylvania
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