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As it starts the next phase of its environmental improvement plan, the Bucks County Historical Society is set to remove approximately 15 dead trees from its Fonthill property in Doylestown Township.

Some might say Dave Burger and Doylestown Borough are synonymous. The borough’s parks and facilities foreman and assistant director of public works has spent his 30-year career here.

Bystanders removed a 2-month-old infant from an unattended parked vehicle in Quakertown recently, when the outside temperature was approximately 90 degrees, borough police said today.

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.

People read the Herald for stories they can’t get anywhere else, not for news they can get virtually everywhere else. That’s why you won’t find coverage of the assassination attempt on our news pages this week.

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.

A soaring journey over Tinicum

Freedom’s Wings International hosted an event Sunday, July 14 at Van Sant Airport in Tinicum, helping about a dozen individuals with disabilities sit in the cockpit of a glider and soar in the sky.

D&R Greenway Land Trust was founded in 1989 to identify and preserve land to protect it from development. Since 1989, it has preserved nearly 23,000 acres of land in Central New Jersey.

The more I listen to the stories people tell of their lives, the more proof I continually find that resilience is crucial to all, but especially to entrepreneurs.

The Bucks County SPCA Barn Bash took place July 14 at Durham Hill Farm in Pipersville.

NOVA, Bucks County’s comprehensive crime victim services agency, announced recently that its annual gala, “A Starlit Evening,” was a success.

Bucks County Opportunity Council, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing poverty is asking for community support for its 24th annual Back-to-School Drive.

In response to the growing need for nutritious food among struggling community members in Montgomery and Bucks counties, nonprofit Keystone Opportunity Center (KOC) is reorganizing its Fresh for All …

The Bucks County Department of Parks & Recreation is asking all those who live in Bucks to help it improve the more than 9,000 acres in its park system.

For Perkasie officials, an old SEPTA freight car stationed on North 8th Street has sat untouched for far too long.

Ed Bennett’s mural on the side of his Bedminster barn is finally complete.

Indian Creek Foundation in Souderton hosted its 33rd annual Roll Stroll & Run event on Saturday, June 15.

Hands Holding Heart will host a Children’s Bereavement Camp Aug. 2-4 at Friends Village, 331 Lower Dolington Road, Newtown.

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