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Moving is stressful. Whether you’re upsizing, downsizing, moving across town, across the country — or to another part of the world — planning and solid preparation pay high dividends when it comes to moving to your next home destination.

For over three decades, the Thompson Organization has been igniting the imaginations of local young visionaries through its Draw the Future Contest.

Gene Epstein was dying. The 85-year-old Bucks County philanthropist, whose giving heart has helped make the world around him a better place, was certain of it.

Trinity Church Friends of Music and the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists presents Jonathan William Moyer, organist in recital, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 17, at Trinity Episcopal …

Purge. Sort. Contain. Maintain. Those four words are a kind of mantra for Christen Fackler, an organizational guru who lives in Plumstead in an exceedingly neat old house. Christen has carved herself a …

From reducing stress to better sleep, if a well organized home is among your January New Year’s resolutions now might be time to take action and tackle your clutter.

Last month Amy Leonard celebrated a remarkable milestone: the 10-year anniversary of her lifesaving heart transplant. The anniversary marks not only a personal triumph for the Flemington, N.J., but also …

Souderton’s Indian Creek Foundation (ICF) kicked off its 2024 fundraising campaign, The Mission to Serve Every One, in January with a short film at the Broad Theater, followed by a presentation …

After decades of silence, Glen Foerd’s recently restored 122-year-old Haskell pipe organ will celebrate love in all its forms on Valentine’s Day with a public concert and happy hour.

After a year-long restoration project, Glen Foerd’s 121-year-old pipe organ will sing once again on Jan. 6, when Mark Loria, principal organist for the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul, commemorates the occasion with a free, live concert performance.

This holiday season, The Thompson Organization is expanding its “Helping Hands for the Holidays” initiative, a community-focused effort to give back and spread joy in partnership with local …

The Quakertown Business and Professional Women’s Organization is supporting the 2023-24 BPW/PA Project called Keystone Human Services. The members recently heard from David Kunicki, Keystone’s …

For more than a decade, an organization devoted solely to supporting families and their new babies has flourished across the greater Philadelphia region. Aptly named The Baby Bureau, the once-small …

For more than a decade, an organization devoted solely to supporting families and their new babies has flourished across the greater Philadelphia region.Aptly named The Baby Bureau, the once-small …

While rescuers searched for missing children swept away in the July Upper Makefield flash flood, a criminal enterprise was allegedly using the search as cover for a plot to steal Verizon wires from …

Brian Valdez’ love affair with ice hockey began in 1987 when the Philadelphia Flyers played the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup. Born with cerebral palsy, which made walking without assistance impossible, Valdez grew up in Northeast Philly playing goalie for his neighborhood street hockey team — it was the only position he could play on his knees. Eventually, Valdez gave up street hockey and, for the next couple of decades, he figured his puck-stopping days were over. Then, two years ago, at age 45, Vadez discovered the Hammerheads Sled Hockey Association Inc., a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for athletes with disabilities to play.

Brian Valdez’ love affair with ice hockey began in 1987 when the Philadelphia Flyers played the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup. Born with cerebral palsy, which made walking without assistance …

Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit for homeless senior dogs with health problems or those that are out of time at high-volume shelters. Stacey Herrick, of Morrisville, takes …

A Bucks County judge sentenced a ghost gun manufacturer and firearms trafficker on Monday, to 15 to 30 years in state prison. President Judge Wallace H. Bateman Jr. sentenced Russell Byron Norton, 32, …

A narcotics investigation, led by the Bucks County Detectives Drug Strike Force, Quakertown Borough Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations with collaboration from other local, state, …

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