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Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc. motorcoach driver William C. (Bill) Bond has received the H.T.D. Gillespie Award for outstanding service to Moravian University’s athletics program.Bond was honored by …

On a gloomy and rainy day, the Pride Parade brightened things as it made its way from Lambertville, N.J., over the bridge and into New Hope.

No matter how much I enjoy cooking, there are times when I’m in a hurry or just don’t feel like making a “traditional” dinner. Through the years, I’ve come up with a few simple meals that …

The Easton Public Market is gearing up to commemorate its eighth anniversary with a birthday celebration 5:30-8 p.m. May 17.

Local educator Molly Fitzpatrick has reached the quarterfinals of America’s Favorite Teacher.

Quakertown Community High School announces a pioneering collaboration with Laura Bishop Communications (LBC), ushering in an innovative approach to experiential learning and professional development for students.

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission (PHMC) recognized 20 individuals for their contributions of time, talent, and expertise in 2023 at the annual Volunteer of the Year ceremony, held Saturday, April 20, at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.

Girl Scouts Anna von Hohen and Chloe Radbill recently completed the Eliza Taylor Pollinator Garden at Washington Crossing Historic Park. Members of Troop 226, the pair of eighth graders spent over 60 …

Wehrung’s Cares has donated $5,000 in store credit to the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT) to purchase cordless power tools. The credit can be used to buy equipment at any Wehrung’s …

Delaware Valley University celebrated the Class of 2024 during commencement exercises May 11 at Robert A. Lipinski Field at James Work Memorial Stadium in Doylestown.Three members of the graduating …

Gene Epstein was dying. The 85-year-old Bucks County philanthropist, whose giving heart has helped make the world around him a better place, was certain of it.

The Pickleball Pals of Pennsbury took to the courts May 1.Organized by Claude Bacchia of Langhorne, Pickleball Pals began with just a handful of people and has grown to 300-plus members. …

The community is invited to Doylestown Presbyterian Church, 127 E. Court St., Doylestown from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. Sunday, May 19, for a special presentation by author Kathryn R. McKenna as she …

The Bucks County Community College Foundation (BCCCF) held its 17th annual Salute to Mothers Scholarship Tea event, held April 19 April 19 at the Newtown campus. The event, which celebrated and …

Several times a year Visit Bucks County collaborates with a brewery along the Bucks County Ale Trail to release a must-try, new brew. This spring, Visit Bucks County has partnered with Second Sin …

Caleb’s American Kitchen (CAK), the BYO New American restaurant located in Lahaska, announces the addition of more Table Talk Dinners starting in May and running through October.

I knew that Mother’s Day was fast approaching when I saw a homemade sign advertising local rhubarb on the back of a farm truck. Follow that up with local asparagus being harvested, and finally with …

Prallsville Mills holds its Progressive Dinner and silent auction on May 18. The event serves as the Mills’ most significant fundraiser, aimed at preserving the cherished historic landmark. The …

Warminster Rotary Club and Giant Supermarket of Warminster joined forces with the Warminster Food Bank, April 13, for a spring food collection drive at Giant Supermarket of Warminster.

The Philadelphia Building & Construction Trades Council, led by Business Manager Ryan N. Boyer, once again partnered with Bucks County Community College for Girls Ignite, a one-day career …

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