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New Hope Celebrates donates to the InterPride Solidarity Fund and NERP Scholarship

The Solidarity Fund finances community-based events in areas where public LGBTQ+ activities often face discrimination

PA Lottery winners in Bucks

Tickets were sold at Bridge Street Cigar in Morrisville and Wawa in Trevose

Sounds of Christmas with Joey C

Enjoy a brunch buffet show in Feasterville on Dec. 12

Neshaminy students helping make child’s dream come true

The high school’s Interact Club raised funds to help Milen, 9, who is diagnosed with spina bifida, visit Universal Studios and meet Spiderman

Holiday happenings in Bucks County

Enjoy festive lights, theater productions and seasonal brews

Job fair is Nov. 18 in Newtown

Peddler’s Village, ShopRite and other employers will be on hand

Bucks County Wine Trail hosts ‘Light Up the Vines’

The six wineries are kicking off a month-long lighting on Dec. 4

Holidays at Fonthill Castle

Enjoy the season with several tour options of the historic Doylestown location

‘Pick Up Pennsylvania’ campaign runs through Nov. 30

Residents across the state are invited to participate in clean-ups this fall

Lower Southampton Library announces events

Enjoy yoga, Dungeons & Dragons and more next week

Bucks County Community College is a finalist for 2022 Bellwether Award

The institution was selected as a finalist in the Instructional Programs and Services category

Bucks Community College celebrates First-Generation College Student Day

Donations are needed by Nov. 30 for the ‘First in My Family’ campaign
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