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Bristol Township board votes ‘no’ for hybrid start next month

Students will continue to learn remotely; the topic is set to be revisited at the Nov. 16 meeting

Wolf announces plan to waive liquor license fees

This is aimed at providing financial relief to restaurants and bars

L&I launches redesigned PA CareerLink website

The website is aimed to help Pennsylvanians find work more easily

Spring semester courses at Bucks remain mostly online

Students will be allowed on campus for courses that require hands-on components

‘Big Laughs on Campus’ continues to help Bucks students

The virtual comedy series continues Nov. 19; tickets are free with donations encouraged for Bucks County Community College Foundation fundraisers for students

WRDV celebrates 40th anniversary with fundraiser through Nov. 8

The volunteer-run radio station relies on listener support to operate; the goal is $40,000

Insurance Dept. announces lower ACA individual plan health insurance rates

This is attributable to the new state-based exchange and reinsurance program

Free school meals extended throughout school year

Flexibilities have been extended through June 30

DMVA highlights Blind Veterans Pension program

Eligible Pennsylvania veterans can receive a $150 per-month pension

DCNR seeks applicants for 2021 Trail Advisory Committee

Cover letter and resume are due by Oct. 31

Penn Community Bank launches new credit score solution

SavvyMoney allows customers to track credit score in mobile app, online banking
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Bucks Commissioners to meet Nov. 4

The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook at 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick, Kuster release statement on Purdue Pharma’s conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

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