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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

Medicaid and asset protection essentials webinar

This virtual event, offered by Newman Elder Law, is set for May 11

St. Mary nationally recognized

The Langhorne hospital received an ‘A’ for the spring 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

COVID mitigation orders (except mask-wearing) to be lifted Memorial Day

The masking order will be lifted once 70 percent of Pennsylvania adults are fully vaccinated

League of Women Voters Bucks celebrates ‘People Powered Fair Maps National Day of Action’

Rep. Wendi Thomas was recognized for her leadership in redistricting reform in Pennsylvania

Pennsbury MiniTHON moves outdoors, raises $28,500

High schoolers were on their feet for six hours to benefit cancer patients at Penn State Children’s Hospital

Wolf announces 1-4-3 Day 2021

The statewide kindness movement May 21-23 honors Fred Rogers by encouraging residents to show neighbors a little extra friendship and love

Bristol Township School District appoints new director of administration

Christopher Polzer previously served as supervisor of special education

Spring storm safety tips

Residents are reminded to report outages, use caution during severe weather and give utility crews room to work
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Warren introduces legislation to aid child service providers, local government officials

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