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Safety and township infrastructure were topics at a recent meeting of the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors.

On the Record: How Legislators Voted

A report on votes by local legislators in Washington and Harrisburg. “On the Record” is supported by a grant to the Bucks County Herald Foundation made possible by Melissa Eiseman.

Montgomery County Prothonotary Noah Marlier recently addressed Souderton Borough Council this month to publicize the county’s new “Hope Card” and highlight changes to the Protection from Abuse order process (PFA, also known as a Restraining Order).

Two representatives of Aqua PA addressed public concerns over proposed rate hikes and PFAS contamination during a July 8 meeting with Chalfont Borough Council.

Come out July 24 and say “No Buckingham warehouse”

If you’ve driven anywhere in Buckingham lately there’s no doubt you’ve noticed the hundreds of bright red “No Warehouse” signs planted in yards and intersections.

The Middletown Township Board of Supervisors has appointed seven people to a new stormwater management advisory committee which will study a potential fee for residents to fund improvements.

On the Record

A report on votes by local legislators in Washington and Harrisburg. “On the Record” is supported by a grant to the Bucks County Herald Foundation made possible by Melissa Eiseman.

Souderton Area School District’s board of directors unanimously passed a balanced 2024-’25 budget of $153,550,804, with a tax increase of 5.3%.

Recognizing an especially popular township recreation asset, Richland Township is moving forward with full reconstruction of its pickleball courts in Robert Keller Park.

State Sen. Steve Santarsiero will host a Telephone Town Hall at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 9, to talk about the well-being initiative Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area.

Council Rock School Board is set to vote on a policy related to vaping on July 18, but one dealing with students who commit sexual assault won’t be ready this month.

“Knox Boxes” are now required for commercial buildings in Wrightstown. At a public meeting on Monday, the three-person board of supervisors voted unanimously to adopt the ordinance.

Plumstead is preparing to file an injunction against slaughterhouse Kingdom Provisions on Durham Road, the subject of numerous complaints from neighbors and repeated pleas for the township to …

After a development process that encountered fits and starts, a new Dunkin’ opened in Wrightstown near the bustling “Five Points” intersection this spring.

Warrington Township hires new manager

A new administrator will be taking over the management of Warrington Township later this summer, officials said.

On the Record: How Legislators Voted

A report on votes by local legislators in Washington and Harrisburg. “On the Record” is supported by a grant to the Bucks County Herald Foundation made possible by Melissa Eiseman.

Representatives for Max Performance, a Hatfield Township-based business that wants to build a facility for its operations in Hilltown, spoke at a late June meeting of the township board of supervisors in an effort aimed at assuaging residents’ concerns about the potential project.

A county court on Wednesday approved Quakertown Community School District’s plan to sell 127 acres to a national developer.The district sought $7.8 million for the three parcels.

Middletown Township residents would pay as much as 75% more if they want to continue getting their trash picked up manually twice a week.

Springfield supervisors have pulled off the seemingly impossible: they managed to satisfy both sides in the contentious Haycock Ministries camp expansion debate.

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