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SCOTUS Rules in Favor of PA Teen Cheerleader Who Cursed Online

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former Pennsylvania High School cheerleader who was suspended from school for a profanity filled rant she posted to social media when she was off school grounds. The case has been closely watched…

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Fitzpatrick Joins Colleagues in Campus Free Speech Act to protect Conservative Voices

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) has joined a group of his colleagues in introducing the Campus Free Speech and Restoration Act. This bill is a response to the silencing of conservative voices across the nation they say. The legislation will require…

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Bucks Co. Tech High School Student Pulls off Prom for Class of 2021

A Bucks County Technical High School Student decided she was going to hold a prom for students once the school announced there would be no prom this year for juniors and seniors. The school which fashions itself in teaching students…

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Nearby: Council Rock School District Awarded $1.6M to support clean energy projects

State Reps. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, and Wendy Thomas, R-Bucks, jointly announced Tuesday that the Council Rock School District has been awarded a grant of $1,641,916 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority’s Alternative and Clean Energy High Performance Building program to construct…

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Wolf Announces $53 Million in Additional Support for Child Care Providers

Governor Tom Wolf visited the child care center at PSECU headquarters in Harrisburg Monday to announce $53 million in additional financial support for child care providers that have suffered during COVID-19. “This funding will help child care providers bridge the…

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Cruise Through Summer with Online Courses at Bucks

With summer officially here, Bucks County Community College is offering more than 100 courses from July 1 to August 11 during its third and final summer session to help students catch up, get ahead, or explore new possibilities between semesters.…

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We Cannot Truly Address Racial Injustice in Pa. without Fixing our Unfair Public School Funding System

The following Op-ed was jointly written by the following members of the PA House Democratic Caucus leadership team: Rep. Matt Bradford (Democratic Appropriations Chair), Rep. Jordan Harris (Democratic Whip), and Rep. Frank Dermody (Minority Leader).
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Bucks Libraries to Open for Curbside Pick Up beginning Next Week

All branches of the Bucks County Library will reopen for curbside pickup beginning next week.  Libraries have been closed since mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak. Curbside pickup begins on June 22 with availability 30 minutes after the library opens…

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Breidinger Named Chair of Community College Board of Trustees

Bucks County Community College’s Board of Trustees elected David Breidinger to a one-year term as board chair at its June 11 public meeting, part of a reorganization that included electing four other new officers. Breidinger, a business consultant and former…

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Bucks Officials Propose Guidelines for Public Schools to Reopen

Bucks County Health Department Director Dr. David Damsker today provided guidelines for the county’s 13 school districts to implement “a safe, and reasonably normal” reopening of their schools this fall for in-person instruction. The guidelines, part of a state-mandated process…

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