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First National Night Out is Coming to Bristol Borough

Well its official, National Night Out (NNO) community event is coming to Bristol Borough for a August 2 date. The event is being sponsored by Bristol Cares and the Bristol Borough Police Department and will take place on the grounds…

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Juneteenth Celebration Focuses on “Moving Forward Together”

It was a day for celebration, reflection and moving forward in mind, body, and spirit at Bristol's Waterfront Park for the Lower Bucks Juneteenth Celebration. From the historical poetic perspective of Louise Davis, a descendant of Harriet Tubman's, to the…

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Safe Driving Habits Goal of SEPA Teen Safe Driving ROADeo

Earlier this week Penn DOT along with area traffic safety officials and organizations hosted the second annual Southeastern Pennsylvania Teen Safe Driving ROADeo. The free event, held at the West Whiteland Township Police Department in Chester County, gave teens more…

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Bristol Twp School District Responds to Tuesday’s Student Walk Out- Protest

On Wednesday Bristol Township School District officials released a statement with regards to students protesting at Harry S. Truman High School on Tuesday in support of women's rights to choose.  Spokeswoman for BTSD Kellie Dietrich, of The Communication Solutions Group,…

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Legal Aid, State Rep Davis to Hold “2nd Chance Expo” Tonight

You can get started clearing your criminal record, so you can improve your opportunities for jobs, school and housing and etc next month at second chance event. The event co-hosted by the Legal Aid Society of Southeastern Pennsylvania and State…

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Local Advocacy Group Makes “Down Payment” to Teachers in Overdue State Funding

A  education justice advocacy group made attended the Bristol Borough School Board meeting Thursday a message that school funding formulas have to change and presented a "down-payment" on the $4.6 billion gap in funding schools to teachers. POWER Interfaith Bucks…

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