Hunterdon County Freeholders have approved a legal challenge to Penn East’s use of eminent domain to acquire private land to construct its pipeline.
NHS Cares will present the third in a series of free monthly seminars that will discuss the growing problem of adolescent gambling.
Students from Quakertown Community High School joined thousands of students across the United States participating in the National School Walkout Day, one month after a gunman opened fire at Marjory Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., killing 17 people. Quakertown school administrators estimate that close to half of the school, which has 1,700 students walked the track in honor of the 17 Parkland victims. A national march will take place March 24 in Washington, D.C., Doylestown, and cities and towns around the country.
The March for Our Lives Doylestown, a student-led, peaceful demonstration to unite the community to reduce gun violence and to center student voices for safety in schools and communities, takes place March 24.
Construction is scheduled to begin this week on a project to replace the structurally-deficient bridge carrying Route 611 (Easton Road) over Cooks Creek in Durham Township.
Doylestown Township officials and local dignitaries, including state Sen. Chuck McIlhinney, gathered on March 6 at the site of the new municipal building for a groundbreaking ceremony.
Palisades School District residents have called for a “factory restart” on whether or not to reduce the number of schools in response to declining enrollment or abandoning the initiative altogether.
PennEast Pipeline officials have asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to deny requests for rehearings and stays.
Richland Township has authorized the use of $114,000 from its open space fund toward the purchase of a 114-acre conservation easement for the Delores Bonk property on Meadow Road.
Perkasie Borough Council may reconsider its rate structure after requests from business owners to rethink the commercial rates businesses pay for electric service.
In a 2-1 vote, the Hilltown Board of Supervisors voted on Monday to approve a resolution that prohibits political parties from holding meetings at the township-owned municipal building.
With recent ordinance changes now on the books to address community concerns about transient rentals and also to update public nuisance definitions, Tinicum Township will now be taking a look at amending its noise ordinance, which is a separate regulation.
The latest education requirements from Harrisburg aren’t going down well in Quakertown.
Some 60 curious and irate residents converged on the Solebury Municipal Building to hear Wawa’s second presentation on why locating a 24-hour, six-fuel pump Super Wawa across from the Eagle Fire Company would be good for the township.
Officials in Upper Makefield are moving forward with a plan to execute a number of road paving projects in the township.
Hunterdon County Freeholders, have approved a legal challenge to Penn East’s use of eminent domain to acquire private land – including land on preserved farms in the county – to construct its pipeline.
Palisades School District recently hosted 26 Chinese principals and teacher leaders for a unique learning opportunity.
With a boost from a roofing technique advancement, the new Haycock Township Community Center got a new roof for half of what was budgeted and the surplus of the loan used for funding will be put to work for other improvements.
Buckingham Township was published as one of the safest cities in the state for 2018 by The National Council for Home Safety and Security.
Three hundred and 10 readers found all seven shamrocks hidden throughout the pages of last week’s Herald.
The Great American Songbook II, the Bucks County Choral Society’s spring fundraising event, took place March 3 at the Doylestown Country Club.
The Tinicum Civic Association held its Almost Spring Social featuring a potluck dinner and a preview of the association’s plans for 2018, which include the Tinicum Arts Festival in July.
Last weekend’s show at Phillips’ Mill starred Eleanor Miller talking about herself, her opportunities and missed chances, her time in New York, tours and a detour that brought her to Bucks County.
Palisades’ Nathan Haubert and Pennridge’s Josh Stillings each left Hershey on Saturday with a state wrestling gold medal. Haubert won his state championship at 145 pounds in Class AA; Stillings won his at 182 in Class AAA.
CB West’s boys’ 4x800 relay won its second straight state championship last month in State College. The Bucks’ Jake Claricurzio, Luke Fehrman, Owen Shields and Brian Baker ran a 7:52.55 to go back-to-back in the relay.
Palisades’ Lydia Bottelier won the state high jump title for the second straight time last month in State College. Bottelier leapt 5-08.00 to snag the state championship. She also wore the crown in outdoors last May.
Plumstead Christian boys’ basketball is making its first trip to states count. The Panthers beat York Country Day, 62-50, on Friday and followed with a 67-50 victory over Sullivan County on Tuesday to reach the quarterfinals.
CB South girls’ basketball has reached the state quarterfinals for the first time in program history. The Titans knocked off CR North, 48-31, on Tuesday to advance. Alexa Brodie scored 16 to lead CB South.
Four Quakertown seniors took part in a signing on March 1. Celebrated were: Morgan Small (Clark soccer), Nikki Vanelli (Salve Regina softball), Chris Brady (Cabrini lacrosse) and Nathaniel Barnes (Elizabethtown baseball).
Delaware Valley University's “Forgotten Structures” exhibit took home the bronze at this year's Philadelphia Flower Show.
While attending Bucks County Community College for hospitality and restaurant management, Ryan Doherty obtained a job at Ann’s Choice, working as a restaurant associate and received a work-life balance and much more.
Fourteen Bucks County schools were among the 249 high schools across Pennsylvania to compete in district and regional levels of the statewide Mock Trial Competition with Bensalem advancing to the Southeastern Pennsylvania regionals.
Inspired by Pennsylvania State Trooper Cpl. Seth Kelly’s life-saving example, St. Luke’s University Health Network provided its inaugural Stop the Bleed training to the Northampton County Sheriff’s Department and its deputies.
St. Luke’s University Health Network received top honors in research quality at the recently concluded Academic Surgical Congress which included nearly 2,000 participants from top hospitals and universities from the United States and abroad.
Yoga Loka will hold a free one-hour yoga class open to the public on Sunday, March 18.
Finding our own place in time and history.
Many young farmers are financing their farms with Community Supported Agriculture, through which consumers buy shares in the spring when the farm needs money to start up and receive a share of the harvest weekly or biweekly depending on the CSA.
Ginger Alley was crowned Miss New Hope Celebrates 2018 at the the first Miss New Hope Celebrates Pageant.
If you want to start your day like a true Irishman or woman, nothing compares with a T.I.B.: typical Irish breakfast.
Green beer will be flowing and Irish foods will be prominent on restaurant menus this weekend in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
Bold, bodacious, bawdy, beautiful … those words aptly describe Bristol Riverside Theatre's current production of Mel Brooks' “The Producers."
One of Bucks County’s finest actresses, Alana Caraccio, is sharing her talents on the stage of a nearby Montgomery County playhouse, just across County Line Road in Hatboro.
Return to the 1940s when the Bucks County Playhouse hosts the musical revue “In The Mood” for a limited engagement.
The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director Gary S. Fagin, offers its annual Pops Concert, St. Patrick’s Day Musical Magic, featuring Irish tenor Robert White.
An acclaimed performer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, one of the most famous concert dance companies in the world, Quakertown native Samuel Lee Roberts credits his mother and two other Bucks County women for teaching him how to dance and jump-starting his professional career.
An exhibit of work by Samantha Mitchell opens at The Pennswood Art Gallery in Newtown.
Amateur and professional photographers from New Jersey and Pennsylvania are invited to participate in the Hunterdon Places Photo Project and have their work exhibited at Hunterdon County Community Day and other locations around the county.
Through March 26, The Villanova University Art Gallery will partner with the Villanova Office of Disability Services to showcase some 100-plus works of art by people who are living with disabilities throughout the Philadelphia area.
An exhibit of paintings by Maxine Shore and photographs by Joseph Zogorski is on view in the main dining room of Caffe Galleria in, Lambertville, N.J.
Believe Home Care, founded by CB East graduate Scott Parlee and serving mainly Central and Lower Bucks County, is home care with a twist.
Some basic tips if you’re asked to pray in front of other people.
The Rev. Michael Ruk, pastor of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in New Hope, has reimagined the Stations of the Cross and according to the church the Lenten tradition is more relevant and a reflection of our area.
Wolf administration unveils when and where medical marijuana
will be available to patients
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