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Earlier this year, when the New Hope-Lambertville Toll-Supported Bridge rehabilitation began, residents of both communities voiced concern that the sidewalks would not be open during ShadFest, which …

Delaware River Basin Commission Executive Director Steve Tambini will retire Dec. 1 after 10 years in the role. Tambini made the announcement at this month’s quarterly business meeting.

Resistance to a potential project that could see the Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge transformed into a bigger, broader span is growing.

The Upper Makefield Township Board of Supervisors is pursuing an effort to get the Washington Crossing Bridge placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The initiative comes after township …

To invigorate a years-long fight to impede the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s massive rockfall mitigation project, the leader of Devil’s Tea Table Alliance wants the Tinicum Board of …

The recent news that the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is considering replacing the Washington Crossing Bridge is very concerning. The unintended consequences a new modern bridge will …

Calling the 119-year-old span “operationally challenged,” the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is floating a plan to replace the Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge, which crosses the Delaware River, connecting Upper Makefield and Hopewell N.J.

The Golden Pheasant Bridge, which has allowed River Road traffic to cross the Delaware Canal in Tinicum Township since 1932, reopened to vehicles Friday morning. The bridge was closed in mid-December …

Before there was a town named Lambertville, there was Coryell’s Ferry, one of the first ferries to operate on the Delaware River. Established in 1733, the ferry served as a vital link on Old York …

State police have located the 30-year-old woman who jumped into the Delaware River Monday just after 6:30 p.m. Charges against the woman, who was found Tuesday uninjured, are pending, according to police.

Three bodies of water — the Delaware River, the Delaware Canal, and Lake Afton — have led people to Yardley. From the first Lenni Lenape to New York City dwellers seeking post-COVID havens, Yardley and its waterways have provided sustenance and serenity.

Ah, my beloved River Road. It’s always been a part of my life — and now it’s getting a bit of national recognition — but in a light I hadn’t considered. I’ve been traveling it since my …

Solebury Township Police credited three officers — Officers Brendan Murphy and Patrick Dorsey, of the Solebury squad, and Cpl. Michael Johnson, of Plumstead — with aiding a woman who’d climbed over the railing of the Lumberville Foot Bridge on New Year’s Day.

Heralding Our History: A boat helped keep Durham’s iron industry afloat

As you enter the village of Durham, one of the first things that catches your attention is a pavilion located on the village green. Under this structure stands a full size replica of one of the …

My wife and I moved to Lambertville from New York City three years ago to escape COVID-19 and seek a quieter lifestyle. We have met many other people who have moved to this area and are curious about …

The Union Chill Cannabis Company, a dispensary in Lambertville, N.J., has partnered with Delaware River Runners, a women’s running club in Bucks County, to host a holiday food and clothing drive to …

Both flash floods from rain and the rising Delaware River have caused hundreds of small floods and dozens of historic floods in Lambertville’s past, with the worst, most recent Hurricane Ida floods …

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today that the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission will be performing guide rail construction on Route 32 (River Road) in …

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