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Partying Sellersville theater supporters

Sellersville Theater 1894 owners William Quigley, seated, and Elayne Brick, right, join friends and family for the annual members party.

Anti-mask handouts tied to extreme right organization

When a Bucks County-based group distributed fliers last month at a Central Bucks School Board meeting inviting the community to a mask mandate protest, some were concerned. The Proud American Patriots …

Durham’s meandering Cooks Creek floods Red Bridge Road

Durham Township residents whose homes were ravaged by Tropical Storm Ida continue to face massive cleanup operations and the township itself expects a hefty road repair bill. Residents who normally …

Covid kills the bee

The New Hope-Solebury library’s Community Spelling Bee slated for Oct. 1 is not to be this year. Covid killed it. Solebury Supervisor Robert McEwan, library liaison, told the board Tuesday night …

Solebury police request radar for traffic control

The Solebury Police Department wants to have radar guns and the township supervisors all support the idea. However, Pennsylvania allows only the state police to use radar, said Supervisor Noel Barrett …

Kids Castle closed for renovation

More improvements are in the works at Kids Castle in Doylestown Township, causing the popular, eight-story play structure to close for several months, volunteer organizers …

Bucks schools named 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recognized 325 schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021, including three from Bucks County. The Bucks County schools – three of 13 Pennsylvania …

Pine2Pink prepares to launch its fourth year with live event

The Pine2Pink Foundation, an experience-based, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to local breast cancer patients, is slated to kick-off the 2021 fundraising season Sept. 29, during a live event …

Ceremonies set for Veterans Memorial Park; road closure planned

Veterans Highway (Route 413) will be closed between Highland Park Entrance (Google Maps: Hollow Road) and Trenton Road in Middletown Township between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, in …

Delaware River management council schedules quarterly meeting

The quarterly meeting of the Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic River Management Council (LDWS) will be held virtually from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 23. The meeting link can be found on LDWS website. …

Legislators take an educational trip on the Delaware

There’s probably no better place to learn about water than on the water.With that thought in mind, state legislators, Delaware River Basin Commission members and others took to the river in the …

Band propelled Korean-American to explore her roots

For international adoptees, “Airplane Day” marks the start of their new family. For 17-year-old Nicole Hudack, who was adopted from South Korea by Diane and Rich Hudack, it falls on May …

Doylestown Arts Festival delivers a comeback

Clear skies and full hearts were center stage Sept. 11 and 12 in historic Doylestown as the 30th annual Doylestown Arts Festival commenced. An estimated 12,000 people came out to support the local …

Doylestown Mayor’s Report Events return with measured caution

Mayor Ron Strouse planned to present this report at the Sept. 20 borough council meeting.This is the time of year when we host and welcome many outdoor events, bringing visitors to Doylestown from …

Grand View Health CEO to retire

After 39 years at Grand View Health, including the last nine as president and chief executive officer, Jean Keeler recently announced her retirement. Her last day at Grand View Health will be Sept. …

Reps. Labs and Stephens aim to extend state of emergency declaration

After touring storm-ravaged sections of Horsham and Upper Dublin with local and state officials, Reps. Shelby Labs (R-Bucks) and Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) introduced legislation to extend Gov. …

Wrightstown Municipal Building sustains storm damage

The local impacts from the remnants of Hurricane Ida continue to emerge. At a recent meeting, the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors and township officials reviewed damage that the municipal building …

Falls supervisor resigns; township seeks replacement

The Falls Township Board of Supervisors formally accepted the resignation of Supervisor Jeff Rocco during Monday’s hybrid meeting and announced that his replacement would be appointed during …

Activists organize Queer Prom Fundraising Concert

Youth 4 Unity will hold a Queer Prom Fundraising Concert 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works Museum to raise money for The Rainbow Room’s 2022 Queer Prom.

Concert to benefit Danny DeGennaro Foundation

Live music against the backdrop of apple orchards: That’s the plan for the Danny DeGennaro Foundation’s fall concert fundraiser, aptly dubbed Apple Jam. Slated for Sept. 26, the midday …

Langhorne Council for the Arts slates outdoor celebration

Langhorne Council for the Arts has planned a Celebration of the Arts for Saturday, Sept. 25 (rain date Sunday, Sept. 26). In the morning, chalk artists of all ages will participate in LCA’s …
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