Bucks County farms and villages were committed to canvas during the first Plein Air Festival, with dozens of artists finding plenty of beautiful scenes to paint.
Plein Air Festival showcases beautiful Bucks
Contentious meeting for Durham supervisors
A recent meeting of the Durham Township board of supervisors was especially contentious, with one member reportedly storming out.
New Hope backs new site for Odette’s
The New Hope Borough Council unanimously approved plans to move the Odette’s River House to another location in town.
Nockamixon honors McFarlan for service
Retiring Emergency Management Coordinator Tom MacFarlan was honored for his years of service to Nockamixon Township.
Doylestown councilwoman resigns
Doylestown Borough Council vice president Susan Madian said her final goodbyes after resigning from her position.
First tenant applies for Sellersville business campus spot
HK Panel Systems has become the first company to make a move to occupy a facility at the new Sellersville Business Campus.
Palisades mulls full-day kindergarten
A recommendation for all-day kindergarten will go before the Palisades School Board at its September meeeting.
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Pipersville Free Library celebrates 50 years
at street fair
An annual street fair helped celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Pipersville Free Library while raising funds.
Drew retires as director
of Bedminster conservancy
Barbara Drew is retiring after serving 10 years as executive director of the Bedminster Conservancy which saw a doubling of preserved space.
STEM conference teaches elementary school girls about science
More than 800 young women in grades six through 10 took part in the recent #girlSTEM Conference encouraging them to choose careers in math and science.
Central Bucks board covers arts, budget, superintendent
In a busy June meeting, the Central Bucks School Board welcomed the new superintendent, passed the budget and celebrated the arts.
United Way is hosting
United Way of Bucks County is hosting its fourth annual anti-hunger campaign, Bucks Knocks Out Hunger.
Biodynamic farm in Blooming Glen a labor of parental love
Joe Gaughan and Maree Forbes-Gaughan have created Stonehouse Market Garden in Blooming Glen to assure their autistic sons have healthy food.
Lambertville rededicates Cavallo Park
Lambertville, N.J. officially rededicated the city’s beloved and well-used Cavallo Park at a special ceremony.
Winner gets show tickets in Herald contest
Susan Carr of Chalfont was the winner of two tickets to the Bucks County Playhouse in the Bucks County Herald online contest to “find the ticket stubs.”