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Night to Shine, a prom night experience for people with special needs, was held at Immanuel Leidy’s Church in Souderton on Feb. 9. The Night to Shine initiative was launched a decade ago by the Tim Tebow Foundation …

Falls cop reflects on canine retirement

For the last decade, Falls Township Police Officer Edward Elmore and his partner Monty have been inseparable. “We get up and get ready for work together,” Elmore said of his partner, a 12-year-old …

Perkasie Ale Trail 2024, presented by the Perkasie Town Improvement Association, took place Jan. 26-28. A “brew-tastic journey through the heart of Perkasie,” the Ale Trail featured five stops …

Frances Mollyn celebrated her 100th birthday at Brookdale Dublin on Thursday, Feb. 1. The Bucks County resident’s birthday wish to see ballet dancers was granted by the Twilight Wish Foundation, a …

In the heart of Yardley Borough lies a privately owned body of water that dates to the early 1700s. Lake Afton first functioned as a millpond and later as a siltation basin. It has since become the …

Separate storms transformed Bucks County into a winter wonderland this month, and snow enthusiasts of all ages have been taking advantage of the weather by sledding, skating and exploring the great …

Foundations Community Partnership (FCP), a philanthropic grant-making foundation supporting the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults, and families in Bucks County, has …

Altomonte’s has announced the opening of Alto Bakery & Caffè in Warminster, offering handcrafted, scratch-baked, authentic Italian grab-and-go baked goods, espresso and desserts.

Doylestown residents Paul and Aarati Martino today announced a personal donation to the Bucks County Foundation of $100,000 earmarked to support the Bucks IU Fab Lab Center. The Bucks IU Fab Lab focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) education programs for students throughout Bucks County and surrounding areas.

Volunteers at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School in Penndel bagged up donated snacks for children living at a homeless shelter in Levittown Monday morning as a Martin Luther King Jr. Day service …

This week our editors look back at the biggest and most-notable stories of 2023. This is the third in a series of three installments. It covers what happened in September, October, November and December of 2023.

Area residents turned out at Buttonwood Park Jan. 6 to hit the Yardley Farmers Market just ahead of an afternoon winter storm. The outdoor winter market is open 10 a.m.-noon the first and third …

This week our editors look back at the biggest and most-notable stories of 2023. This is the second in a series of three articles. It covers what happened in May, June, July and August of 2023.

This week our editors look back at the biggest and most-notable stories of 2023. This is the first in a series of three articles. It covers what happened in January, February, March and April of 2023.

Aaron Worthington, 24, is the seventh generation to farm his family’s 132-acre dairy property in Plumstead. A 2021 graduate of Delaware Valley University (B.S., Dairy Science), he is a 2023 awardee of Bucks County Farm Bureau’s Jerry Harris & Paul Hockman Young Ag Professionals grant.

Dozens of families gathered inside The Square at Dublin Town Center for a Noon Year’s Eve Party Sunday, Dec. 31. The celebration in Dublin featured a countdown to noon with a balloon drop, …

The Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic welcomed over 400 children to its holiday party, marking a heartwarming reunion after three years.The celebration, held at Church of Living Hope in …

Dave Myers dragged himself out of bed on the morning of Sept. 18 and headed to work at the Arch Street Deli. It’s just a few short steps from his apartment behind the store he purchased a year earlier, but the 58-year-old Perkasie man was winded by the time he got there.

From festive parties to celebratory community gatherings, this month has been full of good cheer and goodwill in Bucks and Hunterdon counties. Here’s a look at some of the holiday happenings that …

Nearly 200 people attended the Northampton Township Veterans Advisory Commission’s Hometown Heroes Wreath Laying Ceremony, honoring first responders and military laid to rest at the Union …

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