Bristol Times

Residents urged to report unemployment benefits fraud

State and federal partners have prevented scammers from stealing $44 million from the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program

Wolf thanks emergency responders for work during COVID-19

The governor said they’ve been on the front lines ‘helping attend to COVID-19 patients in their most dire time of need’

Grants available for snowmobile, ATV projects

Applications will be accepted Aug. 3 through Sept. 30

Residents reminded of COVID-19 mitigation enforcement

Advise has also been provided on how to report suspected violations

Residents reminded to respond to 2020 Census, Bucks has 70 percent response rate

The Census determines funding, congressional representation and policy for the state

Mental health resources for firefighters, EMS

Four online courses are now available at no cost, with titles including ‘Being a First Responder During a Global Pandemic’

Levine addresses transphobic comments: “Your actions perpetuate a spirit of intolerance and discrimination”

The Secretary of Health said that while comments are directed toward her, these comments impact the LGBTQ community as a whole

Residents urged to get flood insurance ahead of extreme summer weather

Insurance would protect homes, businesses and possessions if damaged by flooding

All PA skilled nursing facilities complete universal COVID-19 testing

By completing universal testing, facilities are one step closer to being able to offer visitation, communal dining and more

$3 million available for preschools to purchase pandemic-related supplies

Early Intervention Programs can utilize the funds to purchase personal protective equipment
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