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Bucks councils, boards hold reorganization meetings

New presidents, vice presidents and more were selected

Lenape Valley Foundation spreads holiday cheer to 470+ people

Thousands of gifts were distributed to low-income community members

Neshaminy Creek releases Marley’s Chains

The 8.9 percent ABV taproom exclusive has notes of fig, plum and banana bread

Hatboro Federal Savings donates $222,222 to local organizations

Bucks County Community College Foundation, Council Rock Education Foundation and others are among recipients

Penn Community Bank, Bucks Community College partner to support local workforce development

$140,000 will support the new Center for Advanced Technologies building and programs

Nonprofit Security Grant Fund Program Awards given to local organizations

United American Muslim Association and others are receiving funding

Centennial, YMCA enter into Memorandum of Understanding

District students, staff and families can utilize a variety of Y programming

TMA Bucks shares tips on safe winter weather commuting

This time of year can quickly bring unexpected poor driving conditions

Bucks receiving $114,000 for homelessness assistance, prevention

Funding is provided through the federal Emergency Solutions Grant program

AT&T Public Safety Scholarships available for Bucks students

This financial aid is available to eligible enrollees of the Public Safety Training and Certification program

Members of Bucks DA Office recognized

Three individuals received the Tony Kane Award for a lengthy investigation into the owner of the Chalfont Collision Center

Dept. of Aging expands Shared Housing Program into Bucks

SHARE brings together home hosts with home seekers
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