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Jerry’s Journal: SLNC Campers Discover the ‘Fish Hawk’ Raptor

The following story is submitted to Lower Bucks Source by the Silver Lake Nature Center as part of a developing relationship and sharing agreement.  Every two weeks SLNC will be submitting content about the flora & fauna, events, and/or topical stories highlighting one of Bucks County’s…

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GIANT Co Introduces New Reusable Bag Effort to Support Community Partner Efforts

The GIANT Company today introduced a new reusable bag program designed to provide additional support to community partners focused on eliminating hunger, changing children’s lives and healing the planet. The bags will rotate seasonally, each retailing for 99 cents, with 50…

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Morrisville BLM March: Three Groups Protest, 1 Preached Real Hate

Three groups, two locations and overall a protest that ended without any major incidents reported took place in Morrisville on Saturday where hate was spewed from an unexpected corner of the park.  The Black Lives Matter March Against Hate in…

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Updated: Falls Police Say Woman Missing for 2 Weeks is Safe

Updated: 5 p.m Monday, July 13 Falls Township Police announced Monday a local woman missing for two weeks has been found.  Falls authorities said in a bref release that Nicole Clutts, 26  has been located and is safe.   No additional…

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Image of Morrisville’s Founding Father Being Boarded Up Leads to Public Outcry & Questions about Protest

The image of Morrisville's founding father being boarded up earlier Wednesday lead to questions and a flurry of social media posts as to the accuracy of the photo posted.  The image first posted around 10 a.m. and led to a…

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Bucks Nonprofits Receive Council of the Arts Grants to Offset Pandemic Impacts

Six Bucks County non-profits received arts and cultural grants from the The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), it was announced earlier this week. The Bucks County Historical Society, The Community Conservatory Of Music, County Theater Inc, The  Bristol Riverside…

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LMT Cancels Community Day, Smaller Events Eyed in Wake of COVID-19 Concerns

Lower Makefield Township Cancels Unity Day amid pandemic concerns with an eye on smaller scaled events for later this summer.   The Lower Makefield Township Community Day 2020,  originally scheduled for August has been cancelled in its entirety due to the…

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Planned “BLM Protest” in Morrisville has Yet to be Permitted, Officials say

Organizers for a  Black Lives Matter Protest announced to take place in Morrisville's Williamson Park have yet to apply for the permits necessary to be approved for the event, Borough officials said Tuesday morning. According to image posting on Facebook…

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