skip to Main Content

COVID Case Numbers Stall, Report Affirms Vaccine Efficacy

New COVID-19 cases in Bucks County stayed flat last week as a new report underscored the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in Pennsylvania. Last week’s seven-day average of 133 new cases a day was the same as the previous week’s average,…

Read More

Vietnam Veterans Memorial to be Dedicated Sunday

A memorial years in the making for Vietnam War Veterans will be dedicated this Sunday in Middletown Township. The memorial to honor the unsung heroes of the Vietnam War. after almost three  years of planning, is now a reality, organizers…

Read More

Inmate Dies at Bucks County Correctional Facility

A man died on Saturday at the Bucks County Correctional Facility a county spokesperson confirmed Monday morning. The inmate was taken to Doylestown Hospital where he was pronounced dead, said County Spokesperson James O'Malley. The mans death is being investigated…

Read More

Bill to make Primary and Election Day Holiday’s Referred to Govt Committee

A Pennsylvania state Senator has introduced a bill that would make Election Day an official state holiday. The measure, introduced by state Senator John I Kane (D-ChesCo- DelCo) was referred to the state government committee last week. The bill calls…

Read More

‘L.O.V.E is the Answer’ Day, Mural Painting Event today in Morrisville

Artists in Bucks County will join dozens of groups worldwide Friday (today) to simultaneously paint murals representing L.O.V.E. in action in their communities. In Bucks County, a mural designed by Harry S. Truman High School senior Carolina Gonzalez-Espino was chosen…

Read More

RDA Awards $1.75 For Victims Impacted by July Flooding

The Redevelopment Authority of Bucks County state law makers announced Wednesday at a press conference in Bristol Borough, $1.75 million in grants will be made available to eligible families and individuals whose primary residence is located in Bucks County and…

Read More

Five Startups Receive $25,000 Investments from Bucks Built Startup Fund

Five early-stage startups with high potential have been selected to receive $25,000 in funding and 12 months of advisory support as part of the latest cohort of the Bucks Built Startup Fund. The five recipient startups span various industries and…

Read More

Commissioners Approve $5 Million for More Bucks Back to Work Grants

The Bucks County Commissioners last week approved $5 million of American Rescue Plan funds to once again help small businesses hurt by the pandemic. At the Commissioners’ public meeting on Sept. 1 County Commissioner Bob Harvie said a total of…

Read More

Periodic Lane Closures on U.S. 1 PA Turnpike Interchange in Lower Bucks Next Week

Periodic northbound and southbound single lane closures and 15-minute traffic stoppages may be in place beginning Monday, September 13, through Thursday, September 16, from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm on U.S. 1 for construction between the Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange in…

Read More

Nearby: Dublin Meth Mastermind Sentenced Nine to 20 Years in State Prison

The leader of a methamphetamine ring taken down in a joint Drug Strike Force investigation last year was sentenced on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, to nine to 20 years in a state prison. Gary Lynn Moyer, 72, of Dublin, ran…

Read More
Back To Top