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Despite the scorching heat, more than 100 people came out to The Crossing church in Upper Makefield Monday evening to remember the seven victims who died in a torrential flood in the township exactly a year ago.

Washington Crossing Historic Park hosted a day of Colonial competition as part of its Independence Day Celebration July 6.Colonial Field Day featured popular games from the 18th century, including …

The Bensalem High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) held the annual awards ceremony May 10.

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has hired HDR Engineering Inc., of Philadelphia, to take up an environmental review process that could help determine whether the 119-year-old Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge should be replaced.

Spurred by concern over the future of the 119-year-old Washington Crossing Toll Supported Bridge, the historic preservation push is picking up steam in Upper Makefield.

Area residents looking for one-of-a-kind artisan gifts for themselves or others can check out McConkey’s Market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15 in Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA).

U.S. Rep, Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-1) said his bipartisan bill with U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12) to rename the Washington Crossing Post Office the “Susan C. Barnhart Post Office” passed the House of Representatives.

Volunteers with the Travis Manion Foundation commemorated Memorial Day at Washington Crossing National Cemetery on Monday by placing handcrafted commemorative tokens at the resting places of fallen …

Upper Makefield officials have intensified efforts to protect what they say is the historic character of the Washington Crossing Bridge and buildings near the 119-year-old span.

Girl Scouts Anna von Hohen and Chloe Radbill recently completed the Eliza Taylor Pollinator Garden at Washington Crossing Historic Park. Members of Troop 226, the pair of eighth graders spent over 60 …

Upper Makefield officials have already hired a consultant to spearhead research efforts aimed at getting the Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge placed on the National Register of Historic places. Now, the township supervisors are looking to expand the scope of Jeff Marshall’s work.

The Washington Crossing Chapter, Pennsylvania Society, Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) will host an Application Workshop from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Washington Crossing Historic …

When the cameras rolled Tuesday, Washington Crossing Historic Park was ready for its closeup as actor/reenactors filmed George Washington’s famous crossing of the Delaware River.

It seems impossible to know what is best regarding the proposed reworking of our legendary Washington Crossing Bridge. But there is a simple solution for now. This will alleviate accidents and also …

Resistance to a potential project that could see the Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge transformed into a bigger, broader span is growing.

Three wishes? Not necessary: the wish list has already been filled. After all, who could wish for a better Genie than Sabrina Profitt?

Spring lived up to its billing this past Saturday, delivering a soaking rain that forced Washington Crossing United Methodist Church to move its Mega Egg Hunt, consisting of 25,000 eggs, …

The Upper Makefield Township Board of Supervisors is pursuing an effort to get the Washington Crossing Bridge placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The initiative comes after township …

The recent news that the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is considering replacing the Washington Crossing Bridge is very concerning. The unintended consequences a new modern bridge will …

Yardley Eye Care has opened a second office, Yardley Eye Care @ Washington Crossing. With its acquisition of Zikoski Vision Associates in downtown Washington Crossing, Yardley Eye Care has expanded to …

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