Bensalem Times

A protester’s perspective

By Ted BordelonWire Managing EditorDespite the claims of those who disagree with him, Michael J. Mcmonagle does not believe he is on the “wrong side of history.”Indeed, he thinks quite the opposite.“The truth about homosexual behavior...

Skversky back home again

By Mike GibsonFor the WireJeff Skversky may have taken a roundabout route from Bensalem to the Channel 6 studios on City Line Avenue, but he says it was certainly worth the journey.“To me, it’s the greatest job...

Fitzpatrick and Schwartz discuss NSA

By Ted BordelonWire Managing EditorTwo local members of Congress cast opposite votes on an amendment that would have cut funding from a National Security Agency (NSA) program that collects mass phone records from Americans.Congresswoman and gubernatorial...

Taking a look back on year one of the Wire

By Melissa YerkovWire Executive EditorWhat a long, strange trip it’s been.As of Aug. 1, the Midweek Wire is one year old. And as I reflect on the past twelve months, I’m very proud of what the...

Enjoy fun in the sun at Eakins Oval

By Tom WaringWire Staff WriterMark Focht wants Philadelphians and tourists to know that there is plenty to do at The Oval, which is being billed as “the new shape of fun.”Focht, first deputy commissioner of the city...

CR South’s Pugh a growing giant

By Mike GibsonFor the WireNo one keeps track of the comparative wealth of people in small Bucks County towns but, with one stroke of a pen, it is at least conceivable that Justin Pugh may have...

Keeping the peace

By Carolan DiFioreWire Staff WriterAt the Blue Bell Elementary annual spring concert, the excitement in the air loomed as if a rock star had walked into the room. However, the students’ surprised, happy faces were not...

Sports tournaments thrive in Bucks County

Bucks County played host to three sports tournaments in July, bringing an estimated 22,000 participants and spectators to the region.Two softball tournaments and a lacrosse tournament were hosted at various venues throughout the county, filling...

Abington Health opens new Health Center in Blue Bell

The newest Abington Health Center has opened in Blue Bell on July 1 and features multiple physician practices and outpatient services.“Adding a fourth outpatient facility is a very exciting endeavor for Abington Health,” said...

Spreading awareness for Celiac Disease

By Mike GibsonFor the WireIt can be found far more often these days.You see it in the supermarkets, in restaurants, even at Citizens Bank Park stadium in South Philly.Gluten-free.In recent years, the awareness regarding gluten-free food has increased...
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