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Linda McCrillis, a longtime Bucks County resident who has touched countless lives through her involvement in three local charitable organizations – the Doylestown Rotary, Roxy Therapy Dogs, and …

A Doylestown resident will become a centenarian on Jan. 29. Catherine Sclafani Longabucco’s story began 100 years ago, on Jan. 29, 1923, in Mount Vernon, N.Y. After graduating from A.B. Davis High …

Lizz Knight was recently sworn in as the Bucks County SPCA’s newest humane society police officer (HSPO).Since 2018 Knight has served in various animal care positions with the organization, most …

A Woman’s Place (AWP), Bucks County’s only domestic violence organization, welcomes three new members to its board of directors.Starting their terms this month are entrepreneur Beth Allen, …

The Doylestown Hunt Estates neighborhood in Doylestown Township recently organized its first Living Advent Calendar. Organizers Deb Bauer and Paula Dawson recruited 24 families/volunteers to …

Churchville Nature Center has a long tradition of recognizing volunteers who go above and beyond to offer their time and talents to making a difference in education, conservation and …

At the Dec. 20 meeting of the Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners, the commissioners appointed Patrick Horsch as the new division head of communications (9-1-1 Center).

Robyn Van Hise and Noah Donovan of Flemington, N.J., left, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Briar Snow Donovan, who was born at 2:48 a.m. on Jan. 1 at Hunterdon Medical Center. Briar is the …

Betty Martin of Eastern Upper Bucks Senior Center in Ottsville retired after serving for 13 years as the center’s president. She passed the gavel to Barbara Naska on Dec. 19 at the monthly …

C&N’s annual calendar photo contest has concluded with Donald Biresch of Ottsville earning the July spot. Each spring, C&N hosts its annual calendar photo contest for local amateur …

Mary M. Zimmermann, a member of the board of trustees of Union College of Union County and chairwoman of the college’s Board of Governors, has been reelected chair of New Jersey Council of …

Deck the halls

New Hope is all dressed up for the holidays thanks to members of the New Hope Park and Recreation Committee. Chairperson Beth Hasher and committee members Sally Weisman, Randy Ragasto, Joanne …

Day of service

A group of volunteers from Rutgers University recently spent a Sunday morning honoring the memory of their coworker, Mark Kelly, by completing an annual stewardship project at his favorite …

New Hope resident Margaret Dougherty is among the first Peace Corps Response volunteers to return to overseas service since the agency’s global evacuation in March 2020. The Peace Corps …

The Lambertville-New Hope Kiwanis Club donated $5,000 to the Lambertville American Legion Post 120 to help defray the cost of extensive repairs to the Legion’s headquarters at 320 N. Union …

Dr. Monique Gary, medical director of the Grand View Health/Penn Cancer Network Cancer Program, is one of five women recognized as a 2022 Donna Noce Colaco Going Beyond honoree by Living Beyond …

Kelly Harris, CEO, Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia, has been appointed to the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Community Advisory Board (SKCCCAB). The SKCCAB connects the cancer …

Dr. Monique Gary, medical director of the Grand View Health/Penn Cancer Network Cancer Program, is one of five women recognized as a 2022 Donna Noce Colaco Going Beyond honoree by Living Beyond …

Retired Marine Corps Cpl. Dr. Aaron Levin, who served his country from 1942-1946 during World War II, in the same squadron as astronaut John Glenn, is also serving his community by donating his …

Northampton Community College (NCC) professor of mathematics Dr. Celisa Counterman has been selected to participate in the Teacher Post-Secondary Education (TPSE) Leadership Institute as a TPSE …

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