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For years, Eleanor Miller dreamed of seeing her tiny village cared for and preserved. The village is a precious place, one of a kind in Bucks County, a charming village right out of the English …

Every year the number of pink lights grows as businesses and organizations illuminate their facades in pink to mark October as Breast Cancer Month, an event sponsored by the National Breast Cancer …

I have always considered my family an Irish family. My paternal grandfather emigrated around 1900 from Limerick, my grandmother from County Donegal. My mother’s family arrived earlier from Ireland …

You can’t miss the Village of Phillips’ Mill when you’re driving on River Road. It’s north of New Hope, at that difficult turn with a stop sign that was installed after a few trucks took off …

In this Quaker-settled area, we should know that Quakers were among the first groups to condemn slavery. “It is in Quaker records that we have some of the earliest manifestations of anti-slavery …

Lisa and David Mergen have owned a business in Buckingham Green for 17 years. Now they have opened a second business, right next door.  They purchased JustFood from Marc Browngold and have operated …

Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has a $100 million backlog of repair and maintenance projects. Is it any wonder that its 121 state parks are in constant need of …

It’s genuine live walking tours that Rick Epstein is planning for Frenchtown, N.J. It’s not video or Zoom. “I’m ready to mask up and resume my historical tours of Frenchtown if you are,” …

Happy to Be Here: Gone missing in 2020

It’s a familiar story these days of COVID-19. A structure collapses – not a physical building but an organization. Like dominoes, everything falls. And no industries have been harder hit than …

Three bold and determined men are pursuing a dream like no other. They want to establish a floating history museum on the Delaware River. Samuel Siegel, Joshua Kasperowicz and Robert Piazza, …

No matter how much planning goes into a wedding, something always goes awry. Mostly it is small things that can be overlooked – at least after the initial disappointment. Maybe the caterer …

Bright spots do appear amid the dark days of Covid-19, when the light at the end of the tunnel seems to move farther and farther away.Pete Chiavarou fairly bubbles over with enthusiasm when he talks …

Two men with limited financial resources but an abundance of creativity and business savvy got together in a Doylestown backyard in the winter of 1972, They were neighbors with a grand idea, far …

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