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NWS Releases Findings on Nine Tornado’s that Struck the Philly Region

The National Weather Service (NWS) beginning on Saturday and ending Sunday evening released details of the tornadic evens  that struck the Philadelphia region Thursday.  The service said it sent out five teams throughout the region to investigate damages. There were…

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Newportville Road Closure to Continue for Storm Related Repairs

Newportville Road is closed between Dixon Avenue and Maple Avenue in Bristol Township, for roadway repairs due to storm flooding, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced Friday The closure will be in place 24/7 until repairs are complete. During…

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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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Bucks County Law Makers Laud Major Investment in Homelessness Prevention

Bucks County House Democrats last week lauded $512,761 in public funding headed to A Woman’s Place, Family Service Association, Valley Youth House and YWCA Bucks County. The Wolf administration announced  that nearly $1.5 million in Emergency Solutions Grant CARES Act…

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Board of Elections Approves Additional Ballot Drop Boxes with two in Lower Bucks Security Measures

The Bucks County Board of Elections voted earlier this month to provide voters with 11 ballot drop boxes for November’s general election. The board, composed of the three Bucks County commissioners, voted 2 - 1 in favor of adding seven…

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Gov. Wolf Touts $7 Million in COVID Recovery Grants to Bucks Hospitality Businesses

Gov. Tom Wolf visited Bristol Borough today to highlight state efforts to financially help scores of county restaurants and hotels harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Wolf gathered at the Bristol Wharf this afternoon with County Commissioner Bob Harvie and other…

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Resource Center to Open for Flood Victims in Croydon Tuesday, Officials Say

A multi-agency temporary resource center for victims of Monday’s flooding in Lower Bucks is coming next week to Bristol Township. Featuring representatives from more than a dozen state, local, county and regional agencies, the resource center will be open from…

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NWS: Flash Flood Watch in Effect as More Storms are Expected in Lower Bucks Saturday

With recovery efforts throughout Lower Bucks County still ongoing, forecasters warn locals of potential flash floods and heavy rain are expected to land in the area Saturday afternoon. The National Weather Service, issued a early Saturday morning flash flood alert…

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Governor Visit to Lower Bucks to Highlight Restaurant Grants, Tour Flood Damaged Areas

As first reported by Lower Bucks Source on Thursday Governor Tom Wolf will be in the lower end Friday morning making stops at three locations to tour flood damaged areas and  highlight the nearly $7 million in COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery…

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Gov Wolf Coming to Bristol to Assess Flood Damage & Make Announcement

Governor Tom Wolf is coming to the Bristol Borough Friday to make an announcement at the Wharf, three sources confirmed to Lower Bucks Source Thursday morning. With the Bristol area being hit so hard by Monday's storm, a state official…

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