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Fred Beans Automotive Group gives $250,000 through PA EITC Program

Through its involvement in the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program, Fred Beans Automotive Group has contributed $250,000 to local organizations that provide scholarships, …

Benchmark Lending and Flemington Pickleball Club team up for “Love our Food Pantry” collection

Benchmark Lending and Flemington Pickleball Club will host a community food drive to benefit the Flemington Area Food Pantry in the month of February.This is the second year the Hunterdon County …

Dollars and $ense: Are you a smart investor?

A smart investor knows that good investing occurs over years and business cycles, not from one quarter to the next. A smart investor is patient ....

Long history, long hallway

With roots dating back more than 80 years, Norman’s Hallmark has grown from a single retail store in Trenton, N.J., to a leading force in the social expression industry. The card and specialty gift …

Doylestown Borough recognizes young designer of “safe space” logo

An initiative to create a sign that businesses can display showing it is a place where all are welcome and safe, and the artist who designed the logo were recognized by Doylestown Borough Council …

Survival Trail takes fresh approach to gun safety training

The website of Plumsteadville’s gun range and store, “Survival Trail,” states, “we take pride in a surprisingly friendly approach to each and every customer.”Founder and CEO Bart Breslow …

Pipersville’s Jonathan Parks brings data to music through ALIBI

When Pipersville’s Jonathan Parks founded ALIBI Music from the spare bedroom of his apartment in October 2011, he had a singular goal: providing easily licensable production music to content …

SCORE to offer four free business webinars in February

In a continued effort to keep the local business community informed, SCORE Bucks County will offer four free webinars in February. On Feb. 7, SCORE will offer “How to Gain Customers with a LinkedIn …

Noteworthy Business Briefs for Jan. 26

C&N (Citizens & Northern Corporation) announced that M. William Kadri has joined the Southeast Region team as VP; Regional Personal Banking manager based in Doylestown. Kadri brings …

Chant Engineering intern Kaitlyn Hines awarded Bill Franz Scholarship

Chant Engineering Co. Inc. has announced that Kaitlyn Hines has been awarded the Bill Franz Memorial Scholarship from AWRF in 2022. “Katie” is a rising junior at Rowan University majoring in …

Rick Welch: Dollars and $ense

Buried within the recently passed 4,000-page 2023 omnibus funding legislation was the Secure Act 2.0, which provides new and revised legislation that will affect many employer-sponsored retirement …

Longtime Doylestown Bookshop bookseller promoted to store manager

Longtime Doylestown Bookshop Bookseller Peter Matyskiela has been promoted to store manager. He has been with the Doylestown Bookshop for almost a decade as a bookseller, supervisor, and now store …

Walmart unveils remodeled Quakertown store with numerous upgrades

Walmart revealed its newly remodeled Supercenter on West End Boulevard in Quakertown, Friday, Jan. 13, showcasing improvements that it said will vastly enhance the shopping experience for customers …

Advertising sales veteran Bill Cotter joins the Herald

On the heels of announcing the hiring of its new editor in chief, John Anastasi, the Bucks County Herald has tapped newspaper advertising veteran William “Bill” Cotter to serve as its new …

Estée Lauder Companies donation marks largest single corporate investment in BCCC history

The Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) is donating $200,000 to Bucks County Community College, which has a campus located nearby ELC’s long-held manufacturing and distribution operations in …
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