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Lower Bucks put on Flood Watch Alert with Hurricane Ida Remnants to hit area Wednesday

The expected impacts of Hurricane Ida will drench Lower Bucks County beginning Wednesday forecasters are saying Monday morning as a flash flood watch was issued moments ago by the National Weather Service. The watch, which is in effect from Wednesday…

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Open Records Office Offers Webinars in August and September

Earlier this Summer, Governor Tom Wolf signed into law an act that amended the Pennsylvania's Sunshine Law. The states Office of Open Records (OOR), will be holding a virtual webinar to explain the amended law, with additional seminars in August…

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Governor Wolf Announces Availability of Low-Interest Loans for Survivors of Devastating July Flooding

Governor Tom Wolf announced Thursday that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) approved his request to make financial aid available to residents in Bucks, Philadelphia and Tioga counties after severe storms caused devastating flooding and significant damage on July 12.…

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Heavy Delays Expected Again on Scudder Falls Bridge Next Week

The Scudder Falls (I-295) Toll Bridge is scheduled to be reduced to a single travel lane in the NJ-bound direction during overnight and peak morning commuting hours Tuesday to Friday of next week with delays expected. Motorists who use the…

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Motorist Alert: NJ Bound Single Lane Restrictions Scheduled on Scudder Falls Bridge for this Week

Press Release  Another series of concrete pours and single-lane travel restrictions are scheduled at the Scudder Falls (I-295) Bridge during the upcoming week of June 13, the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission announced Saturday. Concrete pours are scheduled for…

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Gov Awards Morrisville, Yardley Infrastructure Grants

Governor Wolf announced last week three infrastructure projects have been approved for Lower Bucks municipalities. The effort focuses on  bridge, rail, and bike and pedestrian projects totaling approximately $3.5 dollars coming from the multimodal transportation fund. The projects approved are…

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Weiss: I am a Lower Makefield Resident, despite what “altered” Documents say

Alleged notarized copies of documents said to originate from Lower Makefield Board Chairman Fred Weiss were posted to Facebook Tuesday night questioning his commonwealth residency.  The post claims the documents show Weiss is no longer  a resident of the township…

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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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