Harrisburg - Governor Tom Wolf today announced medical marijuana will be available for patients at approved dispensaries beginning February 15.
NHS Cares will present the third in a series of free monthly seminars that will discuss the growing problem of adolescent gambling.
Leyla and Mina Yildirim beat a drum during Washington Crossing Historic Park’s celebration of President George Washington’s 286th birthday Sunday. Visitors came from other states and other countries for the event. View more photos HERE.
TerraVida Holistic Center, a medical marijuana business, opened its doors for business in Sellersville for the first time last Saturday serving approximately 150 patients during the opening day.
William Castle of Castle and Associates appeared before Plumstead supervisors to explain the process of rebuilding the severely deteriorated bridge over the Pine Run Creek in Dyerstown.
The Department of State is taking necessary steps to implement the remedial congressional map released Monday by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The Solebury Board of Supervisors agreed to try and enlist the help of New Hope parents in convincing Borough Council to come to terms on paying its fair share for use of township recreation fields.
Quakertown Community School District is under growing pressure to do something about the former Milford Middle School.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.-8) testified on the floor of Congress this week about preservation of Stone Meadows Farm in Middletown Township, his hometown.
Following a comprehensive review of its fee schedule in the categories of subdivision and land development, building, zoning, and others, Bedminster Township has eliminated two of the fees and raised others.
Sellersville is proceeding with a road improvement project, and working to obtain grant money to help pay for a sewer line replacement on Green Street.
The Heritage Conservancy has asked Nockamixon Township to consider installation of a bike lane for Route 563 (Mountain View Drive), which is the main thoroughfare through Nockamixon State Park.
Although Durham Township supervisors have individually indicated their opposition to the construction of the proposed PennEast pipeline that would cut through a small portion of the township, they declined to sign a township resolution opposing fracking at their February meeting.
Peppermint Park will be off-limits to the public for an extended period following any spraying of 2,4- Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and other chemicals.
The operators of Nina’s Waffles and Ice Cream, with locations in New Hope, Doylestown and Lahaska, had the conditional use permit for its sixth location unanimously approved by the Newtown Township Board.
Washington Crossing Historic Park andthe Washington Crossing Foundation celebrated Gen. George Washington’s 286th birthday on Feb. 18.
AARK Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center hosted an Enchanted Evening with Wildlife at Aldie Mansion in Doylestown on Feb. 17.
Frank Ferrante, currently starring in “An Evening with Groucho” at the Bucks County Playhouse, recently visited The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm where Groucho Marx was a frequent visitor.
Pennridge and Quakertown bowling both will have a presence at regionals in early March. The Rams got both of their teams through; both teams are also sending a handful of individuals to Lancaster for regionals.
Freshman Matt Ogonowski made 41 saves as CB East ice hockey toppled archrival CB West, 3-1, last Wednesday. The Patriots most likely qualified for the SHSHL tournament with the victory.
CB East girls’ basketball dropped a 59-48 decision at Abington in the District One Class 6A second round on Tuesday. The Patriots will play for states through playbacks starting on Saturday.
Pennridge boys’ basketball has its ticket to states. The Rams beat North Penn, 43-41, in the District One Class 6A second round on Tuesday to lock up their place in states. Sean Yoder scored 13 in the win.
Indoor states for track and field are this Sunday. As a warm-up, local athletes descended on Lehigh University on Friday and Saturday for the annual Meet of Champions. CB West’s Brian Baker won the mile.
Pennridge’s Josh Stillings, Quakertown’s Josh Stahl and a boatload of other wrestlers performed well at leagues and now turn their attention to districts, which get under way on Saturday.
Delaware Valley University and Longwood Gardens signed an agreement on Wednesday, Jan. 31, that will provide a new pathway to a bachelor’s degree for high-achieving horticulture students.
TV station fetes Delaware Valley Regional High School junior
Delaware Valley Regional High School junior and musician Miles Hudgins, was saluted by PBS-TV Channel 39 as its January Artist of the Month.
Quakertown Community School District is unveiling a new initiative designed to expose seventh and eighth graders to potential careers.
Feb. 28 is internationally known as Rare Disease Day and Avery’s Hope will celebrate the day by sending its founding executive director, New Hope resident Caryl Harris, to Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill to meet with members of Congress.
Looking Ahead’s Betsy Payn, MSN. will lead a thought-provoking conversation on how to protect your health-care rights and make your wishes known on Saturday, March 3 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Solebury.
Attorney Richard L. Newman will offer a program titled, “Know Your Medicare Options: Essentials of Medicare Plan Selection,” on Monday, Feb. 26, at his Doylestown office.
In the wake of the most recent school shooting, we must face America’s problem of guns, advocate, and force a solution that works.
The ground is saturated with moisture from recent snow and rain but arrival of snowdrops signal that spring is waiting in the wings.
The 2018 Lehigh Valley Polar Plunge for Special Olympics was held in Scott Park in Easton on Feb. 17 with proceeds benefiting Special Olympics Pennsylvania.
We can thank Native Americans for discovering the sweet sap that flows out of maple trees near the end of each winter.
Listening to their customers, Dublin Towne Diner owners Steve and Helen Christonikos have added a new senior citizen menu and early-bird specials to their already large main menu.
The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director Gary S. Fagin, performs its annual Winter Concert at Central Bucks High School East on Sunday, Feb. 25 featuring prize-winning-Israeli pianist Tomer Gewirtzman.
Mary Fahl, formerly of October Project, performs at New Hope Winery on Saturday, Feb. 24.
The Freeway Revival, a Southern roots/jam act out of Asheville, N.C., is headed to New Hope for a concert at John & Peter’s Place on Friday, Feb. 23.
Doylestown's State Street Players celebrate their 40th anniversary with “Been There Done That 39 Times,” a show that takes a look back at their 39 prior productions.
An iconic group reluctantly records one of its biggest hits.
The importance of historic Yellow Springs as an art community and school.
Bucks County painter, Materese Roche, will present a painting demonstration at the New Hope Art League meeting at St. Martin of Tours Church in New Hope on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
The 31st annual “Touch the Future” art show will honor winners from 26 public high schools in Bucks and Montgomery counties as it kicks off its three-week run with a reception and awards ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25, at Arcadia University in Glenside.
The Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce recently held its 47th annual dinner, celebrating a year of success in business and community throughout the region.
If you are recently retired or planning to retire soon, this is the question that naturally comes to mind.
Emmet Gowin, professor emeritus of photography of Princeton University and a member of Newtown Meeting, will speak about his new book of photography, “Mariposa Nocturnas: Moths of Central and South America, a Study in Beauty and Diversity” on Sunday, Feb. 25.
The tragedy in Parkland, Fla., is only the latest in a sickening string of horrors plaguing our country.
Wolf administration unveils when and where medical marijuana
will be available to patients
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