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County releases preliminary 2023 operating budget, no tax increase

The budget reduces operating expenses by $18 million from the previous year

Bucks County Solicitor is Lawyer of the Year

Joe Khan has been recognized for his work

Commonwealth Court dismisses lawsuit over mask mandate

Nine parents from Pennsbury and other districts argued that school boards don’t have the authority to mandate masks

Bucks County displays Project Blue Light wreath

This annual holiday tradition honors officers who died in the line of duty

African American Museum breaks ground on permanent home

Construction at the historic Boone Farm property in Middletown Township is expected to take 12 months

Christmas at Cairn set for Dec. 9

Enjoy horse drawn carriages, live caroling, concerts and more

Free Falafel Friday at Pita Chip

The first 79 customers on Dec. 9 will receive a complimentary falafel wrap or bowl to celebrate co-founder Omar Alsaadi’s emigration to the U.S. in 1979

Sesame Place announces new Bert & Ernie water attraction

Bert & Ernie’s Splashy Shores is set to debut in summer 2023

Three sentenced for supplying pill that killed Falls Township woman

One was 40-year-old Ryan Shields, husband to the victim Amanda Shields

Donation for holiday meals

$2,500 was donated by Always Best Care to provide meals to those less fortunate

Arrow of Light Cub Scouts learn about Middletown government

They got to check out township vehicles and lead the Pledge of Allegiance

New law increases penalties for repeat DUI offenders

This legislation amends the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code by increasing the grading for certain DUI offenses
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County releases preliminary 2023 operating budget, no tax increase

The budget reduces operating expenses by $18 million from the previous year

Fill the Holiday Truck event set for Dec. 10

ShopRite of Warminster and Neshaminy-Warwick Presbyterian Church are teaming up to fight food insecurity

Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo receives ‘Spirit of Commonwealth’ honor

The former state representative was recognized for his contributions to addiction treatment efforts