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Sesame Place expands tools to help meet needs of autistic guests

Full-time staff and security completed Blue Bridge Autism Training for First Responders

Uptown String Band places ninth for ‘Safari So Good’

The Langhorne-based group featured music from ‘The Lion King,’ intricate sets and more in its Mummers performance

Bucks councils, boards hold reorganization meetings

New presidents, vice presidents and more were selected

Galloway takes oath as state rep for 140th District

He has held the seat since 2006

Lenape Valley Foundation spreads holiday cheer to 470+ people

Thousands of gifts were distributed to low-income community members

Davis takes oath as state rep for 141st District

She has held her seat since 2010

Middletown announces winter recreation programs

Enjoy yoga, art and more January through March

Big state dollars for Bucks

$5.8 million in grants from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency was announced by local lawmakers

Get your dog licensed

Bucks residents are urged to purchase their 2023 dog licenses from Treasurer Kris Ballerini’s office for all dogs older than 3 months

Family Service Holiday Gift Shop ‘wraps’ with great success

Thanks to donors like Regency at Yardley, 1,674 toys and gifts were distributed to area families in need

SCORE Bucks County hosting business webinars

Learn about websites, the SBA and more

Local teen completes Eagle Scout project at Alpha Bravo Canine

Dominic Andrews planned, designed and built training equipment for puppies that will go to veterans in need
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State of the County Luncheon

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