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County Says Help is Available for those Facing Eviction as State Moratorium Ends Next Month

Bucks County last week announced its plans for the ending of Governor Tom Wolf's moratorium on rental evicitons which ends July 10.  County officials noted that homelessness right now is 10 percent higher than the same time last year and…

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Wolf Announces Release Program for Non-Violent and At Risk State Inmates

On Friday Governor Tom Wolf announced the creation of  a Temporary Program to Reprieve Sentences of Incarceration to help aid the corrections department in the transfer of qualifying individuals to community corrections facilities or home confinement amid the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Giant Announces Limiting of Customers in Stores beginning Monday

The GIANT Company announced Saturday it will begin to limit the number of customers in its stores as part of ongoing efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting this Monday, April 13, Giant will limit the number of customers who may…

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Giant Co Offers Small Business Grants for those in Food Eco-System

Press Release from the Giant Company The GIANT Company announced today a $250,000 emergency grant program, in partnership with Team Pennsylvania, to support small businesses in Pennsylvania’s food supply chain impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “As Pennsylvania’s second-largest private employer and…

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Sen. Casey Announces $170 Million in Funding Earmarked for Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey (D) announced Wednesday just over $170 million dollars in federal funding is coming to the commonwealth, with grants totaling over 2.67 million coming in to Bucks County.  The funding, part of a block from Community Development…

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Bucks Deaths due to COVID-19 Double, County Virtual Briefing Cancelled Due to Tech Issues

Three more Bucks County residents who had COVID-19 died, doubling the county’s number of deaths from the virus to six, as of Wednesday morning.  Two of deaths were men, one in his 90s, the other in his 80s; the third…

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Rep Warren Introduces Anti-Hoarding Bill in Light of “Panic Buying”

We have all seen the social media posts and heard the horror stories about individuals going in to major supermarkets or local retailers obuying everything they could find, such as toilet paper. A Bucks County lawmaker has introduced a measure…

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Oxford Valley Target Employee Confirmed to Have COVID-19, Retailer Says

A Target employee at the Oxford Valley location in Middletown Township was confirmed as having COVID-19, store officials said in an e-mail exchange Saturday for the Minnesota based retailer.  On Friday evening, Lower Bucks Source was contacted by two separate…

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State and County Record “Spikes” in COVID-19 Cases, Gov. Announces Waivers for Health Care Workers

12 more people died in Pennsylvania health officials announced bringing the total number of coronavirus deaths to 34 state wide as of Saturday. Its the largest single day increase of reported deaths since the outbreak came to the state earlier…

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