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Exercise for Education is the largest fundraiser of the year at Sellersville Elementary School and, on May 16, it allowed students to spend the day outside exploring ways to be active while having …

Bucks County Community College recognized 537 May graduates in a series of commencement ceremonies during the week of May 13.

A New Jersey man is the fourth person charged in a cockfighting ring authorities broke up in February this year. Mario Aldape-Palma, 59, of Princeton Junction, is facing charges.

If the 34 award recipients at Wednesday night’s Levittown-Bristol Kiwanis Club’s 24th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner are examples of our local society’s future leaders, we’re in pretty good hands.

A bulge in the 200-year-old stone wall of the Durham Grist Mill has been determined to be “purely cosmetic,” according to Danielle Cox, township administrator. After David Oleksa, president of the …

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance (BCFA), through the generosity of donors, has awarded five separate grants to local farmers so far in 2024, totaling nearly $10,000.

The poem “peaches and linen” brought a tear to my eye (Poet’s Corner, May 16). At 16 years old molly jones has incredible insight and sensitivity.Her ability to forgive is more than many people …

At 7:30 a.m. Monday I was driving on Geigel Hill Road and saw a Blooming Glen Contractors pickup truck stopped in the oncoming lane. I slowed down and saw two newborn fawns on the road.

1809

(Celebrating the 215th anniversary of Bethlehem A.M.E. Church, Langhorne) barrels of light etched itself across a log cabin, bearing a magnitude as gentle as a dove resting at dawn.

HISTORY LIVES: Fanny Chapman Memorial Pool.

William R. Mercer (1862-1939), younger brother of Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930), and his wife Martha Dana Mercer (1872-1960) enjoyed inviting families to swim in their …

The Bucks County Herald Foundation will hold its inaugural “Executive Exchange” for the Business Friends of the Herald on Wednesday, June 5 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Vela Restaurant in Doylestown.

Bedminster Township, long known to residents as a great place to live, is now also known as a great place to work, to a man from another county and his family.

On the morning of March 16, Andre Gordon Jr. went to his father’s Levittown home and then to the nearby home of the mother of his children intent on murder, said a Bucks County detective.

Furnishing the outdoors

When it comes to outdoor living spaces and furnishings, high quality pieces are worth the investment. Durable and long lasting in timeless classic materials and colors, think about the long haul …

Anytime is a great time to add a few houseplants to your home. Adding greenery indoors expands your gardening opportunities and provides the many benefits of living with and tending to plants.

“Vegetable Gardening 101” will be the featured program at the monthly meeting of the Trevose Horticultural Society on Tuesday. Master Gardener Annie Milionis will cover choosing a site, soil …

To honor former New Hope Borough Council member Laurie McHugh, her family and friends have organized the Laurie McHugh Memorial Food Drive to provide support for local community members in need.

Repairs are finally on the way for a historic work of architecture in Wrightstown. The township board of supervisors voted Monday to hire contractor ALP Roofing, of Fallston, Md, to overhaul the roof …

Michael Phillips is an ultra-cyclist. He’s also a Worthwhile Wear Ambassador. By joining those roles, Phillips hopes to raise awareness about human trafficking through the “Act Challenge.

In recent weeks, at universities across the country, peaceful demonstrators have been arrested while protesting events in the Middle East. In some parts of the country, the public has begun to attack …

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