Gov. Tom Wolf signed a statewide disaster declaration Wednesday, to enhance state response, increase access to treatment and save lives in the fight against heroin and opioid addiction.
NHS Cares will present the third in a series of free monthly seminars that will discuss the growing problem of adolescent gambling.
Plans have been announced to renovate the “trolley barn” and some surrounding buildings on East Broad and Front streets, into an indoor public vendor market to Quakertown’s downtown.
In a radical departure from the contentious meetings of 2017, Durham Township’s supervisors zipped through the first meeting of the year.
Solebury Township Supervisor Chair Helen Tai is expected to be the endorsed Democratic candidate in a special election to fill the unexpired term of State Rep. Scott Petri.
Quakertown Community district’s Facilities Committee is recommending that two school buildings be torn down.
Tinicum Township has adopted a new ordinance that provides regulations for the phenomenon of increasingly common transient residential uses, typically in the form of short-term rentals.
On Sunday, Jan. 21, Doylestown women and their allies will rise again, for the Women to the Front anniversary rally and march.
Bedminster Township officials are hoping the recently approved “hard” traffic signal at the intersection of Route 313 and Croft Drive will be operational by April.
Frenchtown Mayor Brad Myhre looks forward to the spring reopening of Borough Park and the possible demolotion of the old ceramics factory in 2018.
Two re-elected incumbents, Caroline Scutt and Michelle Liebtag, took their oaths of office, and Liebtag was re-elected Frenchtown, N.J., Borough Countil president.
Solebury Township’s version of making new year’s resolutions started Jan. 2 as the board of supervisors sat down to hone a list of priorities for 2018.
Property owners in Riegelsville will not see an increase in their 2018 property tax bills however a decision on ordinances regarding sidewalk regulation and the restriction of alcohol possession and consumption on certain properties in the borough were tabled.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, has recognized Solebury Township resident Phil Gutis, his struggle with younger-onset Alzheimer’s disease, his work on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association, by making a statement about him and the disease, on the floor of the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed a statewide disaster declaration Jan. 10, to enhance state response, increase access to treatment and save lives in the fight against heroin and opioid addiction.
Bipartisan legislation authored by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.-08) aimed at combating the opioid epidemic was signed into law by President Trump Jan. 10 at the White House.
A re-enactment of a lighthearted and jovial 1950 radio play titled “The Story of Lambertville” will be the presentation at the Lambertville Historical Society Annual Meeting from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
Perkasie Borough is working with local artists, crafters and volunteers to transform Menlo Park with a “Yarn Bloom” this spring.
The Herald has a new, easy-to-use online system to submit your event for the Mark Your Calendar pages.
Food, clothing and money were some of the items received by several non-profit organizations in our region. The beneficiaries included A Woman's Place, Special Equestrians, Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center and Logan's Heroes Animal Rescue were among the recipients.
Huff Post called the New Story Charity one of the most innovative nonprofits in 2017 and it has been recognized by Fast Company as one of the 10 Most Innovative Companies in the world within the not-for-profit sector for 2017.
Faith Christian girls’ basketball downed host Plumstead Christian, 44-31, last Thursday to claim its first win of the season. The Lions were led by senior Autumn Brownell, who scored eight in the second quarter to help lift Faith.
Faith Christian boys’ basketball smoked visiting MaST Community Charter, 60-23, on Tuesday. The Lions used a 17-0 run in the third quarter and held the Panthers scoreless in the fourth to win their 12th straight.
Pennridge girls’ basketball held on to nip visiting William Tennent, 51-44, on Friday. Rose McCormick scored a career-high 16 for the Rams, who won their first game in SOL Continental Conference play.
The weather has affected Pennridge swimming. The Rams had competed in only three dual meets through last week. Pennridge was hoping a little repetition would boost its postseason hopes.
Faith Christian wrestling routed visiting Church Farm, 61-18, last Wednesday. The victory put the Lions in prime position to capture the BAL title.
Bucks County Community College has recognized 11 students who graduated from the fourth session of its Industrial Maintenance Training Program.
The fourth annual High School Video Contest sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania is accepting submissions through March 1.
The 14th Sarah Mook Poetry Contest is accepting entries through March 31.
Sphericality, a boutique fitness studio in downtown Flemington, N.J., invites women to a day of free classes and prizes from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Jan. 20.
Two St. Luke’s Nephrology Associates offices including one in Quakertown have moved to new locations to accommodate growing demand for their services.
Finding the perfect balance between messy and neat.
Things are frozen solid in the Delaware Valley, which is good for perennials and bad for pests.
For World AIDS Day Dec. 1, a portion of the AIDS Memorial Quilt was on view at St. Philips’ Episcopal Church, New Hope.
"In spite of cold temperatures, there is a wide variety of winter produce available and lots of recipes to make them taste good.
Starting Saturday and continuing for nine days, the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival Soup-A-Thon features of a variety of soups at nine participating restaurants.
The John Hall Reunion Band rocks Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival 2018, bringing together members of Orleans and the John Hall Band for a concert at the New Hope Winery on Jan. 26.
The Bucks County Performing Arts Center in Yardley welcomes the award winning, internationally acclaimed ensemble, the Karkowska Sisters Duo for a performance on Saturday, Jan. 20.
The Palisades Community Chorus, under the direction of Dr. Jack Schmidt, will perform winter concerts in Kintnersville and Doylestown this month.
The Ohev Shalom Players group within Ohev Shalom of Bucks will put on a production of the “Little Shop of Horrors” from Jan. 25, through Feb. 4.
A teen idol known for such classics as “Runaround Sue” and “The Wanderer” continues to record today.
The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown recently received a Bank of America Art Conservation Project grant, which was used for the conservation of a mural by Henriette Wyeth.
The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown presents “Magical & Real: Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd, A Retrospective,” a major exhibition that explores the work, marriage and careers of two artists who contributed to the canon and dialogue of 20th century American art.
18 public and private schools from Bucks, Montgomery, Mercer and Hunterdon counties will participate in the 5th Youth Art Exhibition hosted by the Phillips’ Mill Community Association.
Dave Gates, owner of Best Buddies Landscaping, and Nick Bolles, owner of Green Sense, have partnered up to help each other’s business thrive.
Irina Vladimirovna Dmitrenko, a member of Newtown Quaker Meeting and educator, will speak about her spiritual journey, “Running into Silence: A Century of Atheism and a Personal Journey to Becoming a Quaker.”
By this time in January, many resolutions boldly made on New Year’s Day have already been swept into the dustbin of good intentions.
David Uosikkinen, the drummer for The Hooters was holding a rehearsal for his upcoming show, "David Uosikkinen’s In The Pocket" at World Cafe Live this Thursday 1.18.18. The band, being HUGE Eagles fans began playing FLY EAGLES FLY and decided to add it to the show! Here’s a clip from rehearsal.
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