Construction is scheduled to begin Monday, November 27, to replace the bridge carrying Rocky Ridge Road over a branch of Tohickon Creek in Richland Township, Bucks County
Elizabethtown, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today joined state and local officials, and environmental advocates to announce the expansion of the use of solar energy across the commonwealth, while ensuring that the environmental and health benefits of solar energy are experienced in Pennsylvania.
Our balmy autumn has ended. A killing frost invaded the area last Friday night
Perkasie Borough Council could establish a permanent Historic Preservation Research Committee to further its mission and consider application to the National Register of Historic Places.
Bagpipe music echoed through blustery below freezing air to open the Plumsteadville Veterans day ceremony at Veterans Park on Saturday.
Sellersville Borough Council is considering potential new rules that would require inspections and licensing of residential rental units in the Upper Bucks town.
Magnanimous and measured until the end, school board President Paul Stepanoff thanked his supporters, congratulated his opponents and urged his fellow board members to “keep up the good work.”
Exiting Central Bucks School Board members Meg Evans, Paul Faulkner and Jerel Wohl were welcomed with standing ovations and smiles thanking them for their dedication and hard work on the board.
After three months of stalemated talks, Solebury supervisors voted unanimously to rescind the 2007 agreement immediately and offered New Hope Borough a new pact hiking New Hope’s contribution to $32,000 a year.
Solebury expects to greet 2018 with 24-hour ambulance and emergency services and a municipal budget calling for a $35.75 tax hike for the average homeowner with a $65,000 assessment.
Jack McIlhinney has a range of goals for his third six-year term as a Hilltown supervisor, which starts in January.
According to township officials, a culvert replacement project is going to result in the closure of a stretch of Fairhill School Road in Hilltown.
The borough council has sent a message to New Hope residents – raising taxes will be avoided if at all possible.
The Hilltown Board of Supervisors approved a township budget for next year that keeps the municipal property tax rate at its current rate of 8.75 mills.
Richland Township’s proposed budget not only calls for keeping the tax rate steady at 11.30 mills for 2018, but also through 2021.
Bedminster Township is making major additions to its Agricultural Security Area, while keeping township taxes at the same rates.
Sellersville Borough Council approved a resolution on Monday that awards the Sellersville Fire Department a $7,200 block grant for 2017.
The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown hosted its sixth biennial Art of Wine Celebration featuring fine wines, a four-course gourmet menu and silent and live auctions.
Solebury Township Historical Society held its Perfect Pairings wine and food event at The Lodge the home of Patrick Pastella and Kanitha Burns
Travelers Estelle and Joel Bloom records their visit to South Africa, the seventh continent they have visited.
The Central Bucks High School/Central Bucks High School West Hall of Fame inducted the 1997, 1998 and 1999 state champion football teams into its ranks last month at Doylestown Country Club.
CB West boys’ soccer’s historic season came to an end on Tuesday in the state semifinals. The Bucks fell to District One Class AAAA champion Conestoga, 2-0, at Souderton. CB West concluded its run at 18-7.
New Hope field hockey succumbed to District Two champion Wyoming Seminary, 3-1, at Whitehall in the state Class A quarterfinals. Sarah Wilson scored the lone goal for the Lions. It was her 112th career goal.
New Hope football saw its season end on Friday night as visiting Conwell-Egan hung a 42-14 loss on the Lions in the District One/District 12 Class AAA regional semifinals. The Lions concluded their stretch at 9-2.
New Hope boys’ soccer finished with a 3-0 setback to District Four champion Lewisburg in Saturday’s state Class AA quarterfinals. The Lions bounced back from a trying 2016 season.
New Hope volleyball came up short to District Six runner-up West Shamokin, 3-2, in Saturday’s state Class AA quarterfinals. The Wolves were the only Class AA team to defeat the Lions this year.
CB East field hockey’s campaign ended on Saturday with a 6-0 loss to District Three champion Penn Manor in the state Class AAA quarterfinals. The Patriots went 19-5 and won a game in states for the first time since 2002.
Former NFL wide receiver Lonnie Allgood explains how his nonprofit, Dreams for Kids, can help Del Val’s Project Graduation.
Dr. Lisa Hoffman, the district’s assistant superintendent for teaching and learning, was recognized on Nov. 12 during the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in Harrisburg.
Deb Cotner-Davis, a member of the Pennridge High School science department for 31 years, has been recognized with the Outstanding Service Award by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.
Grand View Health opened its second urgent care center, Grand View Urgent Care, in Chalfont aiming to provide prompt, customer-focused, quality urgent care services with convenient hours and shorter visit times to those with common illnesses and injuries.
Yoga Loka in Frenchtown, N.J., is set to host its annual Thanksgiving Day Yoga Benefit 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 23.
Our leadership repeatedly states “now is not the time to talk about guns,” but it’s imperative that we face the insanity playing out across the country.
Urtica Dioica or stinging nettle, appears harmless but it has stinging hairs that can attack an innocent meadow walked.
Pennridge Central Middle School played host to the 29th annual Veterans Day Program sponsored by the seven veterans organizations serving Upper Bucks.
You can find a few cranberry growers in Pennsylvania, and plenty more across the river in New Jersey, making it a local, all-American fruit to help us celebrate Thanksgiving.
Donna Dillon took over the popular City Market in Lambertville, N.J. and has created a menu that appeals to meat eaters as well as vegetarians.
“The New World,” currently at the Bucks County Playhouse, is special, funny and delightfully entertaining.
The annual American Repertory Ballet production of “Nutcracker” runs Nov. 18 through Dec. 23, features a cast of more than 100 performers and is the longest running “Nutcracker” in New Jersey.
Youth Orchestra of Bucks County concerto competition winners will be featured soloists during YOBC’s fall concert series.
The Dryden Ensemble opens its 2017-2018 concert series, “Bach for All Seasons,” with “Bach’s French Taste.”
This group may sound British but they’re American made.
New Hope Arts hosts “Works in Wood” 2017, its 18th annual juried exhibition celebrating the woodworking tradition of Bucks County from Nov. 18 through Jan. 7.
For a limited time, D&R Greenway Land Trust in Princeton, N.J., will exhibit wooden raptors and songbirds carved by award-winning artist Greg Pedersen.
The Fine Craft Show returns to the AOY Art Center in Yardley from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 18 and 19.
C. Ferry Home at 38 E. State St., Doylestown, opened Labor Day weekend and features home accents and gift items.
The St. John the Evangelist Outreach Ministry in Lambertville, N.J., hosted its third annual Harvest Gathering, at Strawberry Hill Mansion, Titusville, N.J.
The Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks invites all to celebrate the sixth annual Thanksgiving Potluck and Gathering on Sunday, Nov. 19 at Yardley United Methodist Church, Yardley.
Governor Tom Wolf today joined state and local officials, and environmental advocates to announce the expansion of the use of solar energy across the commonwealth, while ensuring that the environmental and health benefits of solar energy are experienced in Pennsylvania
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