Warrington Township Water Authority is planning weekday lane closures on Route 611 (Easton Road) between Street Road and Paul Valley Drive in Warrington Township, Bucks County, starting Tuesday, August 22, and continuing through mid-October, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, for utility installation, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today.
Warrington Township Water Authority will complete these projects under a PennDOT Highway Occupancy Permit.
Burnt House Hill Road will be closed and detoured between U.S. 202 and Cold Spring Creamery Road in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, starting Wednesday, Aug. 23
Following a melee during a Charlottesville, Va., alt right march that included Nazi supporters, vigils to support the people of Charlottesville took place in Frenchtown, N.J., Newtown Borough and Doylestown.
The third in an annual series of legislative breakfasts brings national lawmakers to Upper Bucks to address health care and tax reform concerns of business leaders.
Plumstead supervisors reviewed a sketch plan for development of 15 acres located at 5280 Old Easton Road.
The Solebury Township Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place a question on the November ballot asking voters whether they will authorize a property tax to fund 24-hour advanced life support, ambulance and emergency services beginning in 2018.
In the aftermath of serious local road problems caused by motorists’ self-designed detours during the extended closure of a Route 313 section last spring, Bedminster Township has adopted an ordinance that is designed to provide significant new enforcement capability against such episodes in the future.
Sewer line extensions are coming to Pebble Ridge/Woodridge and vicinity in Doylestown Township.
While responding to residents’ safety concerns by moving toward new speed limit reductions on its roadways, Richland Township supervisors have sharply questioned state pollution control regulations designed to address problems caused in part by runoff from those roadways.
After the recent confirmation of two commissioners to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission giving the regulatory body a quorum, there are some who think that move is a major step to getting the PennEast Pipeline built.
August is normally a slow month as municipal activities go, and this latest business meeting of the Durham township board of Supervisors moved quickly and smoothly as opposed to the July meeting.
The Springfield community put aside some time to pay tribute to Hans Reimann, man who gave much of his time to the township.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-8) will host a town hall in Bensalem at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22 which will be broadcast live on Facebook.
The item on Tuesday night's monthly agenda appeared simple enough: Discussion of Imposing a grace period for business owners to pay their Business Privilege Tax without penalty. It proved to be anything but simple.
The idea of legally limiting North Pointe Park use exclusively for passive recreation was shot down Tuesday as “not practical” by Solebury Township’s attorney, Jordan Yeager.
An ordinance confining medical marijuana dispensaries to an area along Route 202 near Logan Square and placing the weed-growing facilities by Route 202 near River Road was unanimously approved by the Solebury Board of Supervisors.
The Flemington Fire Department, which celebrates its 175th anniversary this year, hosted the Corn and Tomato Festival.
The Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture Farmers and Businessman's Picnic took place at Candlelight Farm Alpacas in Ringoes, N.J.
Palisades High School’s Class of 1967 celebrated its 50th reunion at The Springtown Rod and Gun Club.
Now in his 80s, Rajie Cook of Upper Makefield Township, has written a book, “A Vision for My Father,” which chronicles his own life but is meant to show his father what he never saw, because Najeeb Cook lost his eyesight, when Rajie was 10 years old.
CB East’s Evan Vare had an immediate impact on the Lafayette men’s soccer team. In his freshman season last fall, Vare scored a team-leading seven goals. He was also named to the Leopards’ leadership group.
Herald sportswriter Don Leypoldt highlights several local collegiate soccer players who performed well for their respective teams last fall. Among others, CB West’s Kelsey Horst’s six goals led Siena.
New Hope’s Steve Neumann, a Council Rock North alumnus, bid adieu to his professional soccer career when the New England Revolution opted to not pick up the former Georgetown standout’s 2017 option.
Former Delaware Valley University volleyball standout Janel Gluch was promoted to interim head volleyball coach recently. Gluch had served the previous three years as an assistant coach for the Aggies.
Four local high school seniors were awarded scholarships by the Doylestown Post 175, Veterans of Foreign Wars.
In May, 278 Pennridge students took a total of 506 AP exams in 20 subjects. Eighty-four percent of their scores were 3 or higher, compared to a national average of 58 percent.
Bucks County Community College has introduced a new two-year degree and three new certificates available this fall.
More than 175 Doylestown Health employees and visitors attended Drive 4 UR Community to test drive a Ford vehicle raising more than $3,500 for Doylestown Health’s Heart Institute.
Sports performance coach Timothy Caso of Chalfont has released a new book, “Weight Training for Old Guys – and Good Advice for the Rest of Us!”
In the climate that is today’s American consumerism, corporations have the distinction of holding most of the cards
It's that time of year when time is flying and everything moves just a little faster.
Dine and Dish with Dawn took place Aug. 13 in Lambertville, N.J. where
approximately 2,000 guests enjoyed a free, three-course town dinner on a 2,000 foot table.
Lucy Chelton, 11, of West Rockhill Township, was a winner on the Food Network competition “Chopped Junior.” On Saturday she will bring her talents to the Rockhill Filling Station in Perkasie.
While berries and peaches tend to hog the spotlight during the summer growing season, this is also a great time to buy fresh melons from your local farmer.
Four-time Emmy nominee Patricia Richardson will star in the Broadway hit play, “Other Desert Cities” by Jon Robin Baitz at Bucks County Playhouse beginning Friday, August 18.
Playwright, actor and drag performer Charles Busch appears at The Rrazz Room New Hope on Saturday, Aug. 19.
New Jersey natives and “The Voice” semi-finalists, Brendan Fletcher of Randolph and Flemington’s own Andrew DeMuro will perform at the Stangl Factory on Aug. 18.
The Eric Mintel Quartet performs a free concert Wednesday, Aug. 23, as part of Covenant Bank Concert series in the amphitheater at Central Park in Doylestown.
A salute to some artists who have found songs that we may not have otherwise heard.
Dick De Groot’s “A Sudden Wind” is on view this month at SFA Gallery in Frenchtown, N.J.
Wessel + O’Connor gallery in Lambertville, N.J., will host “The Empty Room,” an exhibition of recent paintings by local artist Beatricia Sagar.
Create art outdoors on the 40-acre Hunterdon Land Trust’s Dvoor Farm on Sunday, Aug. 20, with the Hunterdon Art Museum’s Plein Air Painting workshop.
The Baum School of Art and Flint Hill Farm Educational Center have unveiled a mural at the farm located in Coopersburg.
Lovely Lady Bugs, a children’s consignment shop in Perkasie, features clothes (newborn to junior sizes, as well as maternity), shoes (up to adult-size 9), toys and baby gear.
Ways you can ensure a greater transfer of meaning in your business relationships.
Hundreds of Catholic pilgrims participated in a four-day walking religious pilgrimage from Great Meadows, N.J., to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in New Britain Township.
Temple Judea of Bucks County will host an Open House and Pancake Breakfast on Aug. 27, during which time visitors can meet the synagogue’s staff, tour the building and learn about the synagogue’s programs.
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