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Registration is open for Adult Education Evening courses at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT). Classes begin the week of Jan. 30, with offerings throughout February, March and April. …

Students who had to pause their college or career training certificate programs have limited time to apply for a share of $1,333,268 awarded to the Bucks County Department of Workforce and Economic …

Warminster Food Bank recently honored 90-year-old Bucks County resident Evelyn “Evie” Dugan for her 45 years of service at the organization’s Volunteer Meeting and Holiday Breakfast held at the …

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, …

These days many people have been to a yoga class or a poetry reading, but the Yogic Poetry Experience combines both into a familiar yet completely new experience. Launching Friday, Jan. 26, at Seva …

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 …

Last Thursday evening Doylestown Composite Squadron 907 of Pennsylvania Civil Air Patrol held its annual holiday party at Albert Atkinson Post 210 of the American Legion located at 315 North St. in …

In 2014, Jay and Melissa Smith were given the devastating news. “Jay, you have ALS and have 3-5 years to live. Go home and get your affairs together,” advised the doctor at the Mayo Clinic. They were 35 years old with two girls ....

American Heritage Credit Union celebrates its annual giving initiatives through its Adopt-A-Family programs and donation drives to embody the credit union “people helping people” philosophy this …

American Heritage Credit Union employees and membership collected over 10,000 pounds of food and donated $23,000 to various charities and organizations in the community during its 10th annual Spirit …

Richboro-based Gasper Landscape Inc. and its team of elves scurried this December to provide Bucks County families and pets in need a warm and welcoming Christmas. Gasper and its associates, through …

Bucks Beautiful, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to beautifying Bucks County, announced that funds raised through its events and donations have enabled it to enhance the community in myriad …

Recipe of the Week: A toast to 2024

If past years are any indication, on Sunday night many Americans will lift a drink in celebration of the arrival of the new year. According to WalletHub.com, an amazing 360 million glasses of …

Saint Andrew Catholic School in Newtown presented its annual Living Nativity on Dec. 20. Eighth grade students portrayed Mary, Joseph, the angel Gabriel, shepherds, servants, innkeepers and wise men, …

At ribbon-cuttings on Oct. 23, officials from St. Luke’s University Health Network presented more than 1,000 age-appropriate books to Quakertown Elementary School and to the Head Start program, …

Fall cleanup day

The Historical Society of Hilltown Township hosted members of Hilltown Boy Scout Troop 67 at the circa 1800s Strassburger Farmstead, Sellersville, for a fall cleanup day. The Scouts raked leaves and …

Girl Scout Troop 21724 visited Washington, D.C., this fall to learn about government and earn the Cadette Democracy badge. On the first day, the troop woke up and drove from New Hope to Washington. At …

On Dec. 5, Pearl S. Buck International President and CEO Christy Holland, board Chair Mateen Afzal and board member Stephanie Sun participated in CRCEA80, a national conference to commemorate the …

A jolly good time

The Bucks County 4-H Scales N Tails group recently sang carols and handed out cards to residents of a local senior center. Members wore holiday hats and shirts to spread holiday cheer as they sang …

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