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COVID cases in Bucks remain the same

The seven-day average of new cases last week was again 133

Penn Community Bank’s director of retail banking honored as ‘Future Under 40’ award winner

Jacob Iampietro led the bank’s coordinated customer-facing response to the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan program enhanced

The loan cap has been increased to $2 million; funds can be used to pay and prepay business debt

Delaware Valley University partners with local high schools

Articulation agreements allow students at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology and other schools to earn college credits

Penn Community Bank senior VP recognized

Bernard Tynes has been named a top diverse business leader by the ‘Philadelphia Business Journal’

Lower Bucks Vietnam Veterans Memorial to be unveiled

A dedication event is set for Sunday, at 11:30 a.m. at Veterans Park in Middletown Township

Network of Victim Assistance reflects on 9/11 advocacy work

Staff accompanied families to ground zero, set up support groups, and simply held the hands of the grieving

School board meeting recap

Several area school boards met recently to discuss everything from COVID-19 to uniforms

$1.75 million in flood assistance available for Bucks residents

Those affected by the severe weather and flash flooding on July 12 can apply for up to $5,000

National Child Passenger Safety Week

Car seat checks will be held across the state Sept. 19-25

PennDOT accepting applications for 2022-23 improvements under Multimodal Transportation Fund

Grant recipients are expected to be announced next year, and funding will become available in July 2022
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COVID cases in Bucks remain the same

The seven-day average of new cases last week was again 133

‘Walk with a Doc’ set for Sept. 30 in Lower Southampton

Join pediatrics professional Alison Selbst for a low-intensity, hour-long walk at Playwicki Farm

Cairn University hosting late-night tennis event Oct. 1

Take on the school’s tennis teams for games of doubles tennis in a round-robin style