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The Pennsbury School Board unanimously approved a $253.9 million budget for the 2024-25 school year Thursday night, including funds for the design of a new high school.

The Quaker Kids of Newtown Quaker Meeting held their annual lasagna dinner for charity at the historic meetinghouse and raised $2,476 for their designated charity, Callowhill Alpaca Farm in …

From fountains and basins to small ponds and gazing pools, outdoor water features can bring a Zen quality to the landscape.

On Saturday, June 15, the Bucks County Branch of the Woman’s National Farm & Garden Association (WNF&GA), in partnership with Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve (the Preserve), will feature five Doylestown area residential gardens on a unique and educational “Designed for Nature” Garden Tour.

What’s your style?

From transitional to traditional; mid-century modern to minimalist, there are several defined home décor styles with signature qualities attached to them.But you don’t have to subscribe to a …

As warmer weather calls many of us to the great outdoors, intentional décor, accessory and furnishing choices can create attractive welcoming and cohesive spaces. Nancy Gracia, an interior designer …

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.

Since the turn of the 19th century no individual or institution has had a more positive impact on the community than the remarkable ladies of the Village Improvement Association. Among other things, …

A Preview Gala to celebrate the opening of the 48th Bucks County Designer House & Gardens was held at Sycamore Lane Farm in Hilltown April 26. The Bucks County Designer House & Gardens is the …

A stroll through the grounds and gardens at this year’s Bucks County Designer House & Gardens offers an inspiring feast for those who enjoy spending time in their own gardens and landscapes.

Make it a Designer House day

Nothing spells spring in Bucks County like the awe-inspiring Bucks County Designer House & Gardens presented by the Village Improvement Association (VIA), which is returning for its 48th year from April 28 to May 26.

Look for innovative home décor and design ideas, luxurious performance fabrics and fresh takes on incorporating the old with the new at this year’s Bucks County Designer House & Gardens.

For one local family, Sycamore Lane Farm represents the homecoming of a lifetime. The Hilltown Township property is this year’s Bucks County Designer House & Gardens showcase.

Sycamore Lane Farm in Hilltown Township is being transformed by 35 area interior designers and 14 landscape professionals as part of the Bucks County Designer House & Gardens, which is open to the public from April 28 through May 26.

“Wow factor” furnishing

Sofas get a lot of attention but sometimes it’s the side chairs, tables, sideboards and smaller players in a room that can make all the difference to use, comfort, flexibility and style.

Tick-tock…Antique clock tips

I have appraised all types of clocks — tall case clocks, carriage clocks, mantle clocks, etc. — for clients in all parts of the world. These clock collectors have been surprised or even stunned …

The Labor and Delivery Unit and Obstetric Anesthesia Service at St. Luke’s Anderson Campus have been designated as a Center of Excellence (COE) by the Society of Obstetric Anesthesia and …

The 48th Bucks County Designer House & Gardens, Sycamore Lane Farm in Hilltown, will open its doors for an April 26 Preview Gala. Tours of the house and gardens will run from April 28 to May 26.

Do you have — or want to create — a statement wall? Also known as an accent or focus wall, these terms are interchangeably used for the same concept — a wall or partial wall that is different from the other walls in a room or open space.

Ready, set…paint!

What’s your favorite color? Color is an important aspect of our everyday lives — our wardrobes, our homes, cars and what lands on our dinner plates. We live in a color-filled world.

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