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SLNC Awarded Healing Planets Grant from Giant, Keep PA Beautiful

Earlier this week the GIANT Company and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful announced 45 recipients of the 2022 Healing the Planet grant program and Bristol's nature paradise was one of the winners chosen. The Silver Lake Nature Center was awarded $2500.00 said Acting SLNC Director…

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Governor Wolf Signs Law to Help PA Nursing Shortage

Governor Tom Wolf signed into law legislation that improves nursing license requirements to support trained individuals who want to enter the nursing profession in Pennsylvania. House Bill 889 will allow the State Board of Nursing to approve graduates of international…

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Blood Drive in Memory of Croydon First Responder to be Held in August

A Bristol Township based memorial fund named in honor of a first responder will be holding its sixth annual blood drive next month. The Kenneth "Sid" Hopkins Memorial Scholarship Fund will host its sixth annual blood drive on Wednesday, August…

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Cops: Suspect Sets Fires at Homeless Encampment Cause He Wanted Meth

A Levittown man has been charged with arson, risking catastrophe, two counts of reckless endangerment for setting fires at a homeless camp Tuesday.  Michael J. Robertson, 44 was arraigned by District Court Judge Frank W. Peranteau Sr. this afternoon accused…

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Farmers Market Vouchers Available at Senior Centers

The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA) has once again partnered with the state Department of Agriculture to help stock seniors’ pantries with fresh, locally grown produce. Through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), eligible seniors can receive…

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Poll Says Ehaz within Striking Distance of Fitz

A poll conducted after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade suggests Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick(PA 1) has a fight on his hands in the form of Democratic challenger Ashley Ehaz. According to the poll conducted by left…

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Bristol Man Pleads Guilty to DUI in Striking Mother, Son Last Summer on Rt 13

A Bristol Township man who struck a mother and her son while crossing Route 13 in Bristol Borough last year summer pleaded guilty in late May to driving under the influence and two driving related summary offenses. Brian Carter, 57…

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Lenape Valley Foundation Golf Outing Raises More than $58,000

Lenape Valley Foundation (LVF) hosted its 13th annual Golf Outing on Monday, June 13, at Doylestown Country Club in Doylestown, PA. The event, co-chaired by LVF board members, Robert Marchand of Warwick, PA and Joseph Nolan, of New Britain, PA attracted…

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SCOTUS Overturns Roe v Wade, States Can now Ban Abortion

The United States Supreme Court on Friday ended constitutional protections for women seeking abortions that had stood for about 50 years.  The decision by the court’s conservative majority overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling and is expected to lead to…

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Bristol Rec Launches Free Intramural Flag Football for Borough Kids

As promised by Bristol Borough officials the recreation program continues to expand its reach and engagement by adding a intramural flag football leagues set to kick off in July. Borough Recreation Director, Mike Poploskie announced the plans for intramural league…

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