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In Bristol, Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County celebrated breaking ground on its 125th home May 20. From left are: Chris Smylie, Parx Casino; Gail Humphrey, deputy chief operating officer and chief …

About 90 people celebrated the 50-year reunion of the graduating Class of 1972 from Central Bucks High School West on May 21 at The Warrington events venue in Warrington. Fifty years ago, on …

Educator and advocate John Handy is the recipient of an Irish Echo Community Champion Award for his efforts to promote, teach and support the learning of the Irish language globally.

Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties (JFS) held its’ 42nd Annual Meeting on June 1.

A native of Wrightstown is currently stationed in the nation’s capital serving with U.S. Naval District Washington. Navy civilian Leigh Brownell attended Council Rock North High School and …

The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of José Luis Domínguez as its fifth music director, succeeding Gary S. Fagin, who retired on April 30 after leading the BCSO for 20 …

Soroptimist International of Indian Rock (SIIR) recently celebrated 50 years of dedication to improving the lives of women and girls through volunteer programs leading to their economic …

Dr. Steven Orland was recently installed as the 230th president of the Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ) during the House of Delegates session of the organization’s 2022 annual meeting on May …

Hunterdon Healthcare recently awarded a nurse, employee and volunteer with the Wescott Award. The 2021 Wescott Awards went to Jenna Mason, clinical nurse leader, 5 North for the nurse award; the …

The docents at the Moland House gathered in their garden to welcome guest speaker Elizabeth Steele at their annual Spring Tea Fundraiser on April 24. Steele discussed Jane Austen and provided insight …

As Yardley Borough resident Pat Carver approached Pickering Manor on the warm evening of April 22 she never thought her name would be called as the big winner of a new car or $25,000.

Roxy Therapy Dogs, the nonprofit that brings the support and comfort of therapy dogs to thousands of children each week in the greater Doylestown area, recently elected Rob Marchand to its board of …

Chris Bauer, secretary-treasurer of Haycock Township, and James McComb and Ken Lichtenstein, supervisors of Plumstead Township, recently …

The Bucks Country Chapter of the DAR welcomed Kimberly Praria, the executive director for the Historic Fallsington Inc., on April 16 to talk about the …

As Springtown Rod and Gun Club kicked off its annual fishing derby April 9, it paid tribute to Ron Fox for over 50 years of volunteer service working the trout nursery, the only nursery in Bucks …

The Up Agency’s Cheryl Castro has been appointed to the board of directors of Pearl S. Buck International, effective March 11.

 Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) has announced the recipients for its second annual Target Funding - General Operating Support (GOS) grants. The 2022 grants support nonprofits focused on …

The top team, Stab Plus, earned $24,840 for the American Lung Association. On April 9, the American Lung Association in Philadelphia returned to Three Logan Square on 1717 Arch Street in …

Pine Run Retirement Community marked National Vietnam War Veterans Day, observed each year on March 29, with an event to recognize the retirement community’s veterans who served during the …

Quakertown student earns Good Citizenship Award

Julia Henry, a Quakertown Community High School junior, has been selected to receive the 2022 Girl Scouts Union League Good Citizenship Award. She is one of approximately 250 students nominated from …

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