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Law Enforcement Reminds Bucks Residents about Fireworks Law, Restrictions

Local law enforcement agencies are preparing for the deluge of Independence Day complaints and concerns by informing the pubic about recent changes to fireworks use laws in the Commonwealth.  Fireworks related complaints begin to spike this time of year, annually…

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A Woman’s Place Welcomes New Executive Director

After a rigorous search, the Board of Directors of A Woman’s Place (AWP) is proud to announce Marianne Lynch as the new Executive Director, beginning May 18, 2020. Marianne most recently served as the CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery and…

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22 Bucks Community Organizations receive Redevelopment Authority Grants

Bucks County non-profits will be receiving funds through a Redevelopment Authority of Bucks County (RDA) grant.  The RDA announced at a May meeting 22 Bucks County community non-profits have received grants totaling $150,000 in an effort to counter the impacts…

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Bucks Playgrounds Can Open, Emergency Management Says

Bucks County Emergency Management notified all County municipalities that playgrounds may be opened immediately as of Tuesday. Emergency Management gave municipalities the green light to open playgrounds if they chose to do so.  in Upper Bucks, Perkasie Borough said its…

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Bucks to go Yellow on June 5

Governor Tom Wolff announced he anticipates Bucks County will enter the yellow phase of reopening with nine other counties  on June 5 at a Friday press conference. Seventeen counties were moved from yellow to green Wolf also announced. "We know…

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Bucks Launches Small Business Back to Work Grant

Small businesses suffering as a result of coronavirus impacts can soon get some much needed help in the form of grants from a new Bucks County run program. As Lower Bucks Source reported last week, Bucks County received 6 million…

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Local Governments Begin to Hold Virtual Meetings to Conduct Business

Some local governments in Lower Bucks County have restarted conducting municipal business again using or planning virtual public meetings.  Localities cancelled scheduled in public meetings last month as mitigation and social distancing efforts and directives were put into place by…

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Kayden’s Law Needs to be Signed into Law Now!

This past fall Bucks County Lawmakers unveiled Kayden's Law. As of today, both bills remain in their respective committees, waiting for action to be taken.
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Bill to Delay PA Primary to June 2, Approved, Heads to Governor for Signing

Pennsylvania will join nine other states and one territory in postponing its primary election in response to the coronavirus pandemic.  State lawmakers approved a bill on Wednesday delaying primary elections until June 2. The primaries were originally scheduled for April…

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Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Moves to Cashless Toll Collections Temporarily

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC)  announced it will shift to temporary cashless toll collections in response to the worsening coronavirus pandemic as of Tuesday. Until further notice, tolls at the Commission’s seven cash/E-ZPass tolling points will be…

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