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Seasonal fire safety tips

See below for advice on turkey fryers, carbon monoxide detectors and more

United Way challenged by local couple to unlock $50,000 gift for Giving Tuesday

Residents Simon and Jane Hallett will donate $50,000 to the nonprofit if it can secure 250 donations to its Community Support Campaign by Dec. 1

Local artist creates Bristol Borough-inspired mural for Penn Community Bank

The piece was painted by Langhorne’s Jean-Marc Dubus, and can be seen at the Mill Street branch

PA Free Quitline helps smokers start journey to quitting

Free services include up to five coaching sessions, educational materials and more

Shop small on ‘Small Business Saturday’

Support local businesses and restaurants on Nov. 28

COVID cases in Bucks continue to spike, 12 deaths reported

The county is averaging 239 cases per day

Sesame Place kicks off holiday season with ‘A Very Furry Christmas’

Enhanced health and safety measures have been implemented

Penn Community Bank announces small business grant recipients

The new initiative is aimed at supporting small businesses and community organizations during uncertain times

Bucks offering courses completely online during winter session

Students can log on and learn from Dec. 21 to Jan. 17 between semesters, then transfer credits back to their ‘home’ college or university

PennDOT requests public feedback on transportation funding

Feedback on the PennDOT Pathways Program is accepted through Dec. 17
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Seasonal fire safety tips

See below for advice on turkey fryers, carbon monoxide detectors and more

United Way challenged by local couple to unlock $50,000 gift for Giving Tuesday

Residents Simon and Jane Hallett will donate $50,000 to the nonprofit if it can secure 250 donations to its Community Support Campaign by Dec. 1

COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths climb in Bucks County

The county remains in the ‘substantial’ level of community transmission, averaging 296 new COVID cases per day