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On the 248th anniversary of New Jersey signing the Declaration of Independence, the Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS) announced it had honored Willis Mercer, seventh generation descendant of Gen. Hugh Mercer, as the first member of its new “Heroes of Princeton” program.

Christopher and Danielle Ives of Solebury announce the commissioning of their eldest daughter, Sydney Ives, as an ensign into the U.S. Navy.

Warrington twin brothers Shane and Weston Fox, 9, recently raised $800 to benefit Warminster Food Bank, a nonprofit organization that provides food to people experiencing food insecurity in the Bucks and Montgomery counties.

The Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU) recently honored more than two dozen retiring employees for their dedicated service to the agency’s students and programs.

Christine Roussel, Doylestown Health’s senior executive director of pharmacy, laboratory and medical research, has been named the chairperson for the Pennsylvania State Pharmacy Board.

The Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU) recently celebrated local businesses, government agencies, organizations, school district personnel and individuals who pitched in to help the Bucks IU students this school year “learn, flourish, and contribute.”

Former Yardley resident Susan Gross’ children’s book “James and the Mountain” is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and IndieBound as well as select retailer sites.

Father and son, Tom McCullough Sr., 67, and Tom “Tommy” McCullough Jr., 35, not only work at the family business together, Mount Penn Tool and Machine Co., but they also volunteer together at Southampton Fire Company.

Dave Kratz, founder and executive director of Free Fall Action Sports and pastor at East Swamp Church, was awarded the honorary high school diploma from the Quakertown Community High School Alumni Association June 8.

Several school district employees were recognized by the Bensalem Township Board of School Directors for their years of serviceBensalem Superintendent Dr. Samuel Lee thanked employees for their many …

President Joe Biden announced on May 31 his intent to appoint John F. Cordisco to be a member of the United States Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.Cordisco began …

The Bucks County Senior Games held a billiards tournament June 5 at the James E. Kinney Senior Center, Richboro.

Josh Nay has been hired as Solebury School’s new director of advancement, effective May 22.

Mercer County, N.J., nonprofit HomeFront hosted its annual Women’s Initiative Spring Luncheon April 21 at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J.

Taking the oath

Ted Caroll is sworn in at Gruenberg Law Office in Flemington, N.J. Caroll recently passed the bar exam and was offered a position with the firm.

Trina Bardusco has joined the board of directors of Acme Screening Room in Lambertville, N.J.

Vita Education Services, Bucks County’s leading provider of adult education services, has elected Ellen Happ, principal of Ellen Happ Architect, as the president of its board of directors.

Elizabeth Todderud of Newtown was recognized on May 15 for her volunteer service to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, Camp Lejeune office.Since June of 2005 she has handcrafted 340 blankets for …

Nominations for the 2024 Neshaminy Alumni Achievement Awards are now being accepted.This is the third year for this award, which celebrates the post-high school achievements of graduates of Neshaminy …

The Sourland Conservancy has started this season’s planting, welcoming their newest interns, Sam Guman and Danielle Deering. This spring, Guman and Deering will plant native trees, shrubs, and …

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