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Penn Community Bank launches ‘Click for a Cause’

The public is invited to vote on social media to decide which of three local nonprofits will receive the largest donation from the bank

A night to celebrate our veterans

When a Bensalem wedding got postponed and the couple couldn’t get a refund, they invited veterans to enjoy the venue

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...

Take me out to the ball game

By Tara NurinFor the WireSpilling a full beer all over myself is not how I’d planned to start my food and beer taste test at the...

Savor some local cuisine at Ambler Restaurant Week

Ambler Restaurant Week will be held from July 21 to 28 in downtown Ambler. More than a dozen Ambler area restaurants are participating, and...

Crossing Vineyards and Winery goes green

Tom Carroll Jr. knew he was going to be a winemaker when he was 10 years old.“I remember thinking, ‘everybody seems so happy,’” Carroll said...

Tis the season to explore Montgomery County

By Mike GibsonFor the WireFor those who can’t get to the Shore or the mountains this summer, there are plenty of fun options within driving...

Greame Park’s fear factor

By Ted BordelonWire Managing EditorCreaking floorboards, white splotches in photographs, unexplained “voices” on recordings. These were the focus of about 20 people who were looking...

Buns of steal

By William KennyWire Staff WriterPrivate investigators Glenn Geib and Kathleen Smith venture hundreds of miles to hunt down a stolen commodity that most folks wouldn’t look...

Bensalem Democrats respond to school district scandal

As the first guilty pleas were entered by five of the 20 Bensalem School District employees charged with various thefts from the district’s bus...

Race for mayor in Hatboro heating up

By Ted BordelonWire Managing EditorThe current mayor of Hatboro wants his constituents to know that he doesn’t hate the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community....

Race for mayor in Hatboro heating up

By Ted BordelonWire Managing EditorThe current mayor of Hatboro wants his constituents to know that he doesn’t hate the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community....
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Warren, Santarsiero welcome Pennsbury state champ Kayli Williams to Capitol

The Lower Makefield resident won the state championship in the 100-meter hurdles, racing to a victory in 14.38 seconds to win the PIAA Class 3A title

Penn Community Bank launches ‘Click for a Cause’

The public is invited to vote on social media to decide which of three local nonprofits will receive the largest donation from the bank

Package of bills to protect seniors from abuse gains traction in House

The bills were announced during Elder Abuse Awareness Month