In an effort, to help clean up the Delaware, on September 15th, New Jersey Clean Communities, New Jersey’s state-wide litter abatement program, is hosting the first annual Delaware River Cleanup between Kingwood Boat Launch and Bulls Island Recreational Area.
ater’s original opening on Sept. 3, 1938, as well as its 25th anniversary as a nonprofit. The theater’s first film was Shirley Temple’s “Little Miss Broadway.” The County reopened Feb. 5, 1993, with the film “Enchanted April.”
The Central Bucks School District recently became the latest district to announce a major one-to-one electronic device initiative when officials said all 3,000 seventh- and eighth-graders at the district’s five middle schools will be issued HP Probook X360 laptop computers for the next school year that starts July 1.
The Pine2Pink Foundation is slated to launch in October inDoylestown, with programs to run the entire month, to benefit local breast cancer patients in treatment and recovery.
With only six months to go before the New Hope Crushed Stone quarry must be eliminated, the state Department of Environmental Protection gave its annual update to Solebury supervisors and residents at a recent meeting.
Quakertown Community School District is close to a deal to sell two of its schools to Faith Christian Academy for a reported $2 million.
A birthday party 200 years in the making is coming soon to Doylestown Township — and everyone’s invited.
Gov. Tom Wolf recently announced a $1 million grant to Doylestown Health for the construction of a state-of-the-art Center for Heart and Vascular Care currently under construction on the Doylestown Hospital campus.
In recognition of former public works director Tom Buzby, Hilltown Township officials have dedicated the baseball field at Civic Park in his honor.
It’s budget time and two Solebury departments – Police and Parks & Recreation – presented their 2019 wish lists to the board of supervisors on Tuesday.
The issue of speeding trucks on Swamp Road has once again reared its head.
The Newtown Board of Supervisors voted unanimously at its meeting Sept. 12 to stop using Planned Residential Developments as a way of approving development plans submitted by builders.
Following charges of misappropriation of funds against New Hope Borough’s former treasurer, Alison Kingsley, president of New Hope Borough Council recently issued a statement.
Residents of Old Easton Road in Pipersville Village, after working diligently and patiently since 2015 with Bedminster Township officials, have reported major progress in solving an onerous speeding problem in their neighborhood.
While acknowledging new help from the state for school security enhancement, the Palisades School District is continuing its own pro-active program.
Florence DiPasquale Bruno has had many amazing experiences in her 96 years, and the Quakertown Community School Board added another to her extraordinary life by awarding the former Quakertown student an honorary diploma.
160 talented juried artists displayed their wares at the Doylestown Arts Festival, which saw parts of downtown Doylestown closed to vehicles, and pedestrians strolled streets lined with the tents of artists, crafters and artisans.
New Hope Arts Center celebrated the opening of an exhibition by Robert Beck, its 2018 Legacy Artist, on Sept. 8.
During the weekend of Sept. 15 and 16, thousands flocked to the Village Renaissance Faire held at the Middletown Grange Fairgrounds in Wrightstown.
With humanity on the move, our marvelous adventures are causing major damage to our blue marble of a planet.
Defending Suburban One Continental League champion Pennridge proved just a bit better than the host team Friday, Sept. 14 at Central Bucks South.
Central Bucks East continued to have a strong season as the Patriots captured a tri-meet with Central Bucks South and Pennridge on their home course Sept. 13.
The South Hunterdon Eagles (0-3) fell Friday night after a 20-13 loss to Union Division rival Belvidere.
The Central Bucks South boys soccer team played a hard-fought 2-0 shutout of homestanding Neshaminy on Saturday at weathered Hal Heffelfinger Field. .
Students, faculty and staff ushered in the new year and welcomed new members of the community during a Convocation Ceremony at Solebury School on Sept. 7.
There were many smiling faces last week as Fisherman’s Mark handed out brand new school bags chock full of school supplies to 115 children who otherwise would not have been able to walk back into school prepared for their new school year.
Sam DiValentino, Doylestown Hospital’s maiin lobby concierge, has been named Doylestown Health’s September Volunteer of the Month.
Most often, it’s only as we age that we find ourselves, our empowerment, and our passion.
Autumn as the time of taking away, making changes and compost, removing debris. .
The 61st annual New Hope Automobile Show took place Aug. 12 and as always included a bevy of vintage and classic automobiles.
The Philadelphia Eagles are playing at home again this Sunday afternoon and that means that hours before the game dozens of vehicles will be parked in the parking lot of Lincoln Financial Field and turned into portable serving stations.
Discover Dublin is holding its first Dublin Restaurant Week from Sept. 23 to 29, featuring all of the town’s eateries and one from out of town.
Director John Neuman deserves praise for undertaking “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” a complex production, now on the Town and Country stage.
The Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents an Autumn Dessert Cabaret, featuring songs of Broadway and Gilbert & Sullivan along with desserts.
Enter the Herald’s contest to win tickets to see Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre when he brings his band to the Sellersville Theater Oct. 5, as part of a tour in support of his new album.
Several years in the making, the East Amwell Museum will open its doors for the first time with invitation-only events Sept. 22 and 23.
The New Hope Art League welcomes artist Adriano Farinella as its September meeting presenter.
ll honor author, entrepreneur and activist Judy Wicks with a Krauskopf Medal in recognition of her impact on the business community and her efforts to promote more sustainable and responsible business practices.
A focus on industry sectors can provide the investor with a clearer understanding of where stock price returns are generated.
Temple Judea of Bucks County hosted an interfaith gathering Sunday, Aug. 12, which included both members and clergy from a number of religious institutions in the area.
If you’re ever called on to eulogize someone, don’t concern yourself with being religiously correct. Be honest.
The Wolf Administration announced that the dry leaf form of medical marijuana will be phased in at dispensaries starting Aug. 1 at 16 locations and expanding to 28 locations the following week.
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