Fishing boats dot the Delaware River as fish move from the Atlantic upstream for spawning. Thirty-five years ago, Lambertville, N.J. held its first Shad Festival to celebrate the return of the shad after years of pollution made the river too dangerous for the annual migration. This year’s festival is April 30 and May 1.
Bucks backs Clinton, Trump in primary
Democrats chose Hillary Clinton while Republicans opted for Donald Trump when voters went to the polls for the Pennsylvania primary election.
County Theater names competition winners Architects from near and far presented their ideas in a competition to find the best way to utilize a building purchased by the County Theater in Doylestown, and the winners have been announced.
Richland landfill cleanup may begin this summer
Preparations to clean up a former landfill site in Richland Township could begin as early as August.
Upper Makefield asked to oppose Falls Township waste facilityUpper Makefield’s supervisors heard from members of the public who want them to help oppose a proposed hazardous waste facililty near the Delaware River.
Palisades Middle School fitness center plan advances
A proposal for a new fitness center for Palisades Middle School was the subject of a special presentation at a recent school board meeting.
Bunker Hill Cemetery is Eagle Scout project
Eric J. Senior of Ottsville Troop 27 has chosen the restoration of a Revolutionary-era graveyard as his Eagle Scout project.
New Hope Notebook: Raven owner buys
New Hope building for gastropub
Steven Lau, who owns and has rebranded the Raven in New Hope, also has purchased a historic building on Ferry Street to refurbish as a gastropub.
Hepatitis B Crystal Ball raises $125,000 for research
The Hepatitis B Foundation marked its 25th anniversary while raising $125,000 for research at its annual Crystal Ball at Warrington Country Club.
Women's Advocacy Coalition discusses affordable housing
Affordable housing was the main topic when the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition held its annual meeting with local officials.
New-Hope Solebury works reducing expenses
Work continues on the proposed New Hope-Solebury School District budget in order to reduce a projected tax increase.
Bucks Designer House
to open next week for tours
Foxwood Manor, this year’s Bucks County Designer House and Gardens, will open May 1 for tours.
Security upgrades planned in Springfield
Security upgrades are in the works for the Springfield Township municipal building.
DRBC withdraws PennEast pipeline joint hearing request
The Delaware River Basin Commission has withdrawn its request for a joint public hearing and public meeting on the proposed PennEast pipeline project.
New vehicles, renovations in Lambertville
Lambertville, N.J. will replace one of its police vehicles that will be used in the event another major storm hits the city.
Black River and Western Railroad looks to expand passenger service
As early as 2018, the Black River and Western Railroad may be running passenger trains through Hunterdon County.
Online fundraiser to aid blind man and retired guide dog
A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to help a blind man who is being evicted as the result of health issues concerning his retired Seeing Eye guide dog.
Dublin Agway gets first nod for expansion
The Hilltown supervisors voted 3-0 at their recent meeting to approve a proposal to expand the Dublin Agway store.