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There’s been a scarcity of sunshine lately and today, a fall day, is no exception. Nevertheless, it’s a mild and pleasant day made all the more delightful as Noah and I are enjoying the …

What’s sweeter than a sleigh full of sugar cookies and more magical than flying reindeer?One hundred adoptable cats. And, just in time for the holidays, Tabby’s Place is offering reduced adoption …

Giving back is the essence of the holiday season, and residents at Oxford Enhanced Senior Living in Langhorne embraced the spirit – and supported their neighbors in need – by hosting a food drive …

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 …

The holiday season is synonymous with the warmth of home and family for many, yet for hundreds of families in Mercer County, N.J., this joy is threatened by the risk of losing their homes this …

Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Solebury Township has been awarded a $45,617 grant for security improvements. The funds come from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) …

If you want to be part of the popular ancestry search trend, you may not need to look any further than the local library. The Mercer Museum Research Library, operated by the Bucks County Historical …

Pictured during Unity Bank’s recent work day at America’s Grow-a-Row (AGAR) are (from left) Daniel Sharabba, Senior Retail Officer; Wayne Courtright, Board Member; George Boyan, Chief Financial …

What to make? What to take? It’s decision-making time for the holidays, when we choose which treats we are going to make to share with others. This includes food gifts as well as easy desserts that …

A new cafe has opened in Doylestown. DTown Cafe is a new breakfast, lunch and pastry shop. Led by chef Conar Welsh, a Central Bucks East graduate, the cafe is open Monday to Friday in the Doylestown …

Ready or not, it’s that time of the year when holiday preparations are in full swing. One of the great things about it is that our house smells like baking cookies made from scratch and the subtle …

Bensalem Township School District is celebrating Bensalem High School’s 100th anniversary this school year. A number of special events will take place for students at BHS throughout the year.

Bucks County Community College, which has been responding to residents’ educational needs since its founding nearly 60 years ago, introduces History of the Holocaust, a three-credit course offered …

Christmas is in the air at Woodside Christian Preschool in Yardley.Students have been practicing Christmas Carols since October, and sang for their families last week, celebrating the joy of …

Catharine and Rob Williams of Strafford will receive the Hepatitis B Foundation’s Community Leadership Award for 2024. They will be honored on April 5 at the organization’s annual gala in …

The Plumstead Historical Society celebrated its second annual Christmas party at its new headquarters in Danboro last Saturday. About 40 members and neighbors enjoyed wine and cake while looking over …

The Spartan Young Marines unit from Hatboro, Montgomery County, was one of 28 Young Marines units throughout the United States that traveled to Hawaii in early December to participate in the …

The Union Chill Cannabis Company, a dispensary in Lambertville, N.J., has partnered with Delaware River Runners, a women’s running club in Bucks County, to host a holiday food and clothing drive to …

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