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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 …

Following a long and contentious special meeting Tuesday, Tinicum supervisors resolved to pursue a legally binding agreement with the Woodtiger Fund to privately cover the cost of rehabilitating …

Let PennDOT build Headquarters Road bridge

The author of a Feb. 2 guest opinion (“Headquarters Road bridge must remain one lane”) claims to understand my frustration with the significant delay in construction of the Headquarters Road bridge. Respectfully, I don’t think the author can.

A proposal from the Woodtiger Fund to pay for rehabilitation and maintenance of the Headquarters Road bridge in Tinicum has been met with a blend of relief and mistrust.

New Tinicum Township board chair Eleanor Breslin has introduced a plethora of operational adjustments aimed at providing better public access, clearer participatory guidelines and heightened board …

At the 2024 Tinicum Board of Supervisors Reorganization meeting on Jan. 2, longtime planning commission member John Cole was administered the oath of office by Judge Gary Gambardella as Tinicum …

As 2023 draws to a close, there's still no Headquarters Road Bridge solution and Tinicum residents rage over lawsuits and appeals related to the shuttered span.

After several tractor trailers hit the Golden Pheasant Bridge in Tinicum Township over the past two weeks, PennDOT inspectors closed the crossing for emergency repairs, the transportation department …

Longtime Manager Teri Lewis will leave Tinicum Township Friday after 27 years of service. “It has been a privilege to both live in and serve this community for 27 years,” Lewis said at a recent …

A Tinicum Township artist’s connection to Bucks goes well beyond the county’s present boundaries, back to the time the Lenni Lenape roamed — and revered — this land. Neil Gross’s family has …

It’s that time of year when we as citizens of this great democratic nation are privileged to exercise an important right to vote for the best leader to serve our residents on the local level.

Tinicum Township is well known for its crystal clear streams and rivers, its rolling hills and its acres upon acres of preserved woodlands and meadows. But what’s less well known is that none of it …

There’s a classic scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s “North By Northwest” where Cary Grant is menacingly buzzed by a rogue crop duster. While not quite as cinematic, Tinicum residents were faced …

In Tinicum Township’s supervisors race, the Democrat candidate has served on committees and commissions, gaining limited insight into township governance. On the other hand, Republican candidate …

John Cole for Tinicum Township supervisor

About 20 years ago a guy rode his bicycle up our driveway and introduced himself. His name was John Cole and he said he knew how to keep Tinicum from being developed, one property at a time. We had …

Bookended between New York City and Philadelphia, the rural beauty of Bucks County is expected to drive a 9% growth in population between 2022 and 2027. All the more reason some environmentalists are …

The Northeast recently struggled through unpleasant smoke and haze from Canada’s recent wildfires, but Tinicum has long been fighting its own form of pollution — dust from its numerous dirt and …

Worried over possible missed opportunities, Tinicum Supervisor Eleanor Breslin wants the township to take a close look at how it works to obtain state grants. At a supervisors meeting last month, …

Tinicum’s Environmental Action Committee (EAC) collaborated with the Parks & Recreation Board to host a first-ever Earth Day Fair on a windswept, sunny April 22.

This month’s meeting of the Tinicum Township Board of Supervisors included not only discussion of Headquarters Road Bridge but also an angry confrontation between two residents.

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