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An evening of classic comedy movies along with an Italian dinner will be held 5:30 p.m. Sunday, April 21 at Georgine’s Restaurant, in Bristol.The family-friendly event is open to the public, and …

Two Philadelphia men were charged Thursday, April 4, for the July 2016 killing of a 38-year-old man in Bristol Township. George Javon Clark, 33, and John Marquis Wilson, 43, were arraigned by District …

The Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation is sponsoring a June 21 bus trip to Morris Arboretum & Gardens and to “Cliveden,” a National Trust Historic Site and the site of the 1777 Battle …

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today that emergency pipe replacement is scheduled on Bristol Road in Warrington Township, beginning Tuesday, March 19.

Continuum of Care Programs in Pennsylvania are receiving $147,967,483, including $1,996,724 for projects in Bristol and Bensalem, that provide housing assistance and/or supportive services to people experiencing homelessness, as well as ...

Brian Joseph Carey was sentenced to 35 to 70 years in state prison Friday, March 8, for stabbing his estranged stepfather to death in 2022. Carey, 43, appeared before Bucks County Common Pleas Judge …

Bristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe St., Bristol, offers BIG fun with the musical stage adaptation of the hit 1988 movie “Big.” The five-time Tony Award-nominated musical hits the stage from …

The Washington Crossing Foundation on Sunday honored veterans and celebrated George Washington’s 292nd birthday at Shadyside, its headquarters in Bristol Borough.

The Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation will celebrate Lafayette Sunday as author Bruce Mowday gives a presentation titled “Lafayette: An American Hero Receives a Grand Reception.”

The Saturday afternoon crash that claimed the lives of a couple from Connecticut remains under investigation by the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office and the Bristol Township Police …

The Washington Crossing Foundation on Sunday will honor veterans and celebrate George Washington’s 292nd birthday in Bristol Borough. Veterans and friends of the foundation are invited to visit …

U.S. Senator Bob Casey last week visited Children of God Educational Services in Bristol to tour the facility, read to students, and participate in a roundtable discussion on the state of child care and early childhood education.

Robert Atkins was convicted Thursday, of first-degree murder and arson for killing Joy Hibbs in April 1991 and then setting her Bristol Township home on fire to cover up the crime. The sentencing …

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said Thursday, that construction has been completed several months ahead of schedule on a project to improve pedestrian safety on a nearly …

Michael Bowell, owner and lead garden designer at Chester County-based Create A Scene Inc., will give a lecture titled “Orchids: Cultivating Refined Beauty” on Feb. 10 in Bristol.

A 53-year-old man was sentenced on Wednesday, Jan. 17, to three to six years in prison for the repeated abuse of his then-girlfriend. Ali Harrison-El, of Bristol Township, was found guilty by Bucks …

BRT’s productions of “A Raisin in the Sun” offer special pre- and post-show engagements, included with the ticket price, for guests to create a special night out.The Feb. 1 Opening Night …

For its third production of the 2023-24 season, Bristol Riverside Theatre presents a poignant depiction of 1950s Chicago from the experiences of one Southside family in Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun.”

BRT’s productions of “A Raisin in the Sun” offer special pre- and post-show engagements, included with the ticket price, for guests to create a special night out.

A total of $307,414 in PA Arts and Culture Recovery Program funds will benefit seven organizations, museums and performance centers in parts of Central and Lower Bucks County.

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