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Lower Southampton July 4 parade to resume this year

The annual celebration was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Former 1st Assistant District Attorney Gregg Shore pays county over $8,000 after DoorDash scandal

Shore worked 137 hours for the food delivery service on county time

$22.5 million available to improve water quality, watershed health

Schools, local governments and nonprofits can apply for funding

Middletown supervisors rename area bridges in honor of late local veterans

Two local bridges will be named after PFCs George Raymond and John Elton Candy

Wolf announces PENNVEST funding program to address PFAS remediation

PFAS is a potentially toxic contaminant found in water sources and systems throughout the commonwealth

YMCA of Bucks County hosts Bucks 5K Series

Participants may run or walk their 5K distance anytime between May 9-17

Environmental, infrastructure projects approved in Bucks

The funding aims to support projects that will enhance quality of life for residents

League of Women Voters to participate in ‘People Powered Fair Maps National Day of Action’

Efforts being made to end gerrymandering in Pennsylvania will be celebrated on April 29 at the Bucks County Administration Building

SCORE Bucks County to offer three free webinars in May

The virtual events aim to help local small business owners and entrepreneurs

Lower Southampton Library announces events

Enjoy virtual yoga, Dungeons & Dragons, lighthouse painting and more

NAACP Bucks branch president releases statement on Chauvin conviction

Karen Downer said the jury recognized that a ‘badge is not a shield from accountability’
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Lower Southampton July 4 parade to resume this year

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