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The Council of Southeast PA hosts 31st annual Tree of Hope as hybrid event

For the past 31 years The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania and PRO-ACT have been commemorating those who have lost their lives to alcohol or drugs or to celebrate a life gained in recovery; to offer …

Pennsylvania Lottery New Year’s Millionaire Raffle $50,000 weekly drawing winners sold in Bucks, Cumberland Counties

Middletown, PA – The Pennsylvania Lottery today announced the winning raffle ticket numbers drawn for the second, two $50,000 Weekly Drawing prizes as part of the New Year’s Millionaire …

Doylestown business to donate portion of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday sales to help local family

The Monkey’s Uncle in Doylestown will be celebrating Small Business Saturday on Nov. 27 in a unique way, by giving away a portion of its sales from the big weekend.

Lower Makefield names first deputy chief

Lower Makefield has named the first deputy police chief in the township’s history. The promotion of Robert Lewis from captain to the new rank was officially honored by officials, fellow …

Doylestown Township Supervisor Nancy Santacecilia faces calls for resignation

There was quite the turnout at the Nov. 15 Doylestown Township Board of Supervisors meeting, with over 20 community members calling for the resignation of Supervisor Nancy Santacecilia. Central Bucks …

Washington Crossing Park legislation passes in House

The state Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) sponsored House Bill 1823, transferring the powers, duties, and functions of Washington Crossing Historic Park to the Department of Conservation and Natural …

Springfield eyes revisions to building code

Springfield Township is planning to update its construction standards ̶ and clear up any confusion among residents. Supervisors voted to authorize advertising the Uniform Construction Code draft …

Shop local this Small Business Saturday

U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman encouraged Americans to Shop Small on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 27, in support of their local businesses and Main Street …

Historic Newtown Theatre celebrates grand reopening by recreating past

To celebrate its reopening after a four-month internal renovation, the historic Newtown Theatre will screen original 35mm footage of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake – the first motion picture …

Trenton Thunder, NJM Insurance raise over $12,000 for Safe at Home

The Trenton Thunder announced that in conjunction with NJM Insurance Group, $12,150 was donated to the Bucks County Opportunity Council as part of the Safe at Home Program. The Safe at Home …

Political flyer sets off calls for resignation of Doylestown Township supervisor

Doylestown Township Supervisor Nancy Santacecilia faced an outraged group of people at the board’s Nov. 16 meeting after she distributed a flyer to 44 Central Bucks teachers attacking the head …

Falls Township readies second phase of 1,800-acre redevelopment project

The Falls Township Board of Supervisors paved the way for the second phase of NorthPoint Development’s massive redevelopment at the former U.S. Steel site. The board, during a recent meeting, …

Richland Township approves 2022 budget without tax increase

At their Nov. 8 public board meeting, Richland Township supervisors approved a no-tax-increase 2022 budget, for advertising. The final budget is to be voted on at their Dec. 13 public meeting.

New Hope-Solebury announces new STEM and art curriculum and changes to Health and Safety plan

New Hope-Solebury School District has announced, with much excitement, a future curriculum focusing on STEM and the arts.Board members spoke of “infectious” excitement after a …

Sporting Clay Shoot and Fundraiser supports manufacturing education

The Silvene Bracalente Memorial Foundation (SBMF) held its seventh annual Sporting Clay Shoot and Fundraiser on Oct. 30, raising more than $55,000 to support manufacturing trade organizations in the …

Bucks Farm Bureau member receives Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB) presented Bucks County Farm Bureau member Dr. Jim Diamond with the 2021 Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award during the farm organization’s 71st Annual …

NOVA Thrift Shop celebrates 20 years, requests donations

The Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) Thrift Shop, located at 2116 Broad Street in Perkasie, is celebrating its 20th birthday and invites the community to join in the celebration.

Preliminary Lower Makefield budget has small tax decrease

The Lower Makefield Township supervisors have narrowly approved a 2022 preliminary budget that proposes an ambitious road paving program, the hiring of people to fill four newly-created positions, …

Buckingham Friends receives largest gift in school history

Buckingham Friends School said it has received the largest gift in school history, from an alum who wishes to remain anonymous. Head of School Paul Lindenmaier called it “an extraordinary and …

Ardana, KC Prime Steakhouse donate over $12,000 to Doylestown Health

Mike and Antoni Christou, owners of Warrington restaurants Ardana Food and Drink and KC Prime Steakhouse, presented checks totaling over $12,000 to Doylestown Health Monday, Nov. 15. The Ardana and …

Woods Services asks community for help in card-making campaign

Woods Services in Langhorne is inviting community members to help make holiday cards for veterans. In October, Tine Hansen-Turton, president and CEO of Woods Services, and Guy Triano, regional CEO of …

RW Dermatology expands services to include Mohs surgery

RW Dermatology, a female-owned private medical practice in Furlong, has expanded its offerings to include Mohs cancer surgery services. With the addition of Mohs care, Dr. Rachel White recently …

Doylestown Health launches program for palliative care

Doylestown Health is offering patients with chronic illness a palliative care program to meet their needs and improve quality of life. “One major misunderstanding is that palliative care is just …

Doylestown Hospital receives award for patient experience

Doylestown Hospital earned a Press Ganey 2021 Guardian of Excellence Award for Patient Experience. Press Ganey recognizes Doylestown Hospital as a top-performing healthcare organization achieving the …

St. Luke’s hospitals earn “A” grades for patient safety

The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit watchdog organization on hospital safety, has released its spring Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, awarding top marks to every St. Luke’s University …

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful: Volunteers needed for annual statewide cleanup

To prevent litter from ending up in local waterways, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is urging Pennsylvania residents to participate in Pick Up Pennsylvania. The annual event sees volunteers improve …

The “book sale church” hosts “Holiday Shoppe” in Hilltown

To many friends and neighbors, Good Shepherd Church in Hilltown is known as “the book sale church.” However, this holiday season, Good Shepherd will put the books away and present a …

The Great Sock Drive set to benefit the homeless of Bucks County and Philadelphia areas

Did you know there are approximately 333 homeless people in Bucks County including 121 children? Homeless people are living in their cars, shelters and even in the woods. Homelessness is a complex …

Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus kicks off 40th anniversary with holiday concert

PGMC will mark its return to the stage with four performances of its “Shine!” Holiday Concert — just in time to kick-off its 40th Anniversary Season. “Shine!” …

Norman’s Hallmark chain is 82-year success story

It has cards for every occasion, but that’s just one part of why the Newtown Township-based Norman’s Hallmark store chain keeps humming along, and growing. With the recent acquisition of …

Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach, gives to charity

Fox & Roach/Trident Charities, the charitable arm of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors®, is celebrating its 26th anniversary of giving to the communities it serves.
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