PennDOT has announced a work schedule for tree removal operations in parts of Bucks County.
Bucks County Community College begins a free Movie Mondays on Sept. 25, with a screening of “Cyber Bully,” about a teenager subjected to a bullying campaign through a social media site.
Lower State Road and Route 152 (Limekiln Pike) are scheduled to close at their respective intersections with County Line Road in Warrington Township, Bucks County, on Tuesday, September 26, from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM, for repair and resurfacing operations following damage sustained to the pavement, guide rail and attenuator from a crash early this morning, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced (PennDOT) today.
During construction, motorists looking to access Lower State Road and Route 152 (Limekiln Pike) will be detoured over County Line Road, U.S. 202 and Bristol Road. Local access will be maintained up to the construction zone.
It was a historic moment in time for Doylestown Health on Sept. 15 when the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Center for Heart and Vascular Care took place at the entrance to the Richard A. Reif Heart Institute.
Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation will throw its hat in the ring in a bid to become the second headquarters for online retail giant Amazon.
The path is cleared for construction of two manufacturing buildings in Perkasie, bounded by Ridge Road with the nearest cross street at Tunnel Road at the Pennridge Airport Business Park property.
At a recent meeting, Solebury supervisors stated that while Solebury and New Hope Borough share the township’s sports fields and recreation facilities, Solebury taxpayers are paying about 25 times more than New Hope taxpayers.
Tinicum Township is writing to its state representatives to request their opposition to House Bill 593, Amendment A03263 a state bill that would affect the adequacy of the present tax rate.
Responding to concerns about recent accidents at the intersection of Fretz Valley Road and Kellers Church Road, Bedminster Township officials are looking into the possibility of installing new four-way stop signage.
The Quakertown Community School District is establishing a new tradition: Graduation ceremonies at Stabler Arena in Bethlehem.
After two 4-4 votes with one member absent, Perkasie Borough Council tabled the decision to buy its first street sweeper.
State Sen. Chuck McIlhinney is urging Pennsylvania middle and high school students to help find solutions to the growing heroin and opioid epidemic facing the state by producing a video aimed at focusing greater awareness on the crisis.
At a recent monthly council meeting it was made clear that the borough is in good fiscal shape.
Representatives of the state Department of Environmental Protection will meet with Solebury officials Wednesday, Oct. 4, to discuss issues relating to the New Hope Crushed Stone quarry.
Work is scheduled to begin this fall at Nockamixon State park to remove dying ash trees affected by the emerald ash borer and other trees that may become a hazard.
For 21 years, John Gildea has served Hilltown as an exemplary police officer and will now serve as a first-line supervisor of the department’s patrol division.
As the school moves through its final year, Stockton Borough School officials, along with a special “celebration committee,” are in the process of brainstorming ideas for the students to celebrate the school’s 185-year history.
A new engineering feasibility study on the 23 schools, two administration buildings and two operation buildings in the Central Bucks School District was presented during the regular meeting of the school board Sept. 12.
Dani McClanahan will now be wearing another hat in her multi-faceted job at Durham Township as emergency management coordinator.
Donna DeCarolis Ph.D. offered a surprising back-to-school message when she spoke at the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s executive roundtable luncheon.
A Riley Donnelly tally in the first half proved to be enough as CB East field hockey edged host CB West, 1-0, last Wednesday. The Bucks received a standout performance from goalkeeper Peyton Fischer (12 saves).
Facing its first deficit of the season, CB South football came back to turn back host CB East, 37-28, on Saturday. Brady Prezelski hauled in a pair of touchdowns for the Titans, who are 4-0 on the season.
CB West volleyball needed four sets to beat host CB East, 3-1, last Wednesday. Katie Hudson had nine kills, 22 digs and an ace for the Bucks; teammate Amanda Mass added 17 kills.
Riley Kane and Kate Schlotter found the back of the net for CB East girls’ soccer in the Patriots’ 2-0 victory over visiting CB West last Thursday. Kristen Obetz preserved the shutout in goal with two saves.
Local cross country runners are just getting started. Solebury School performed well in its opening Penn-Jersey League Invitational last Thursday. The Spartan boys were third as a team; the Spartan girls were second.
Quakertown boys’ soccer earned its first win of the season with Tuesday’s 4-3 triumph over visiting Upper Moreland. Andy Munsell deposited the game-winner in the second half.
The CB East Athletic Hall of Fame added four members to its ranks on Saturday. Inducted were: Jeff Silk, Susan Guba Griffith, Richie Barrett and Caitlin Kirsteier.
This fall, Delaware Valley University more than tripled its new international student population while also drawing students from more states.
Sophia Dantzic of Doylestown is the co-recipient of the James F. Doherty Scholarship, awarded by the full-service law firm, High Swartz.
Delaware Valley High School is offering Principles of Biomedical Science, the first in a four-course career pathway designed by Project Lead the Way, an educational nonprofit.
The Philadelphia Phillies partnered with Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, the official children's hospital of the Phillies, to host Pediatric Cancer Awareness Night at Citizens Bank Park.
Healthy Kids Running Series kicked off its seventh season in Doylestown on Sunday at Camp Curiosity.
A Disney movie, based on an ancient Polynesian myth, actually reflects modern climate change.
The autumn garden is a beauteous place, sun slanting through shimmering grass heads and the annuals swelling into fullness around really wonderful perennials.
Washington’s 1776 Delaware River crossing was recreated at Washington Crossing Historic Park with an array of images projected onto an 80-by-30-foot “water shield”.
Not far from the Bucks County border, in the lush green hills of Lehigh County, are hundreds of acres of Asian pear trees that are ready for harvest.
Artie's Bar & Grill offers a menu traditional bar food including a variety of burgers, wings, cheesesteaks, sandwiches and personal pizzas.
“Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story” starring Broadway’s Alan Campbell and television’s George Wendt, is making its world premiere at Bucks County Playhouse through Oct. 1.
American Repertory Ballet opens its 2017-2018 season with a full evening of works celebrating 15 years of Mary Barton’s choreography.
The Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents an “Autumn Cabaret,” featuring songs of Broadway and Gilbert & Sullivan plus dessert.
American guitarist and composer Peter Griggs will perform next in a series of concerts being offered by the historic St. Philip’s Episcopal in New Hope.
The Trenton Museum Society presents the work of nationally-known photographer Bruce Katsiff in two distinct exhibits at the Trenton City Museum, Ellarslie, in Cadwalader Park, Trenton, N.J.
The Baum School of Art in Allentown presents “John R. Grabach and Henry M. Gasser: New Jersey Masters,” through Oct. 21.
The Abstract Artists of Bucks County will return to the Centre for the Arts in Bristol, to exhibit their latest work through Oct. 2.
The Artsbridge Distinguished Artist Series presents Larry Chestnut on Thursday, Sept. 21, at Prallsville Mills in Stockton, N.J.
State Sen. Bob Mensch presents Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tara King with a $50,000 tourism grant check from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
Two upcoming workshops will show participants the steps of converting an idea into a business opportunity.
Allowing our differences to strengthen us and learning to live abundantly.
Richmond B. Shreve, a member of Newtown Quaker Meeting and self-described “civic activist" will make a presentation on gun control to the Newtown Meeting Adult on Sunday, Sept. 24 at the historic Quaker Meetinghouse in Newtown.
Surrounded by parents who have lost children to overdoses and local law enforcement, Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced a major expansion of investigations of manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids that now involve 41 Attorneys General.
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