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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

Epstein Humanitarian Fund donates to Bristol Township School District’s students in need

The $20,000 donation has helped several families with rent, food, clothing, auto maintenance and more

St. Mary announces next bariatric surgery support group

The virtual meeting is set for May 5, from 6 to 7 p.m.

PennDOT survey seeks Pennsylvanians’ feedback on automated vehicles

The 10-minute survey aims to gain an understanding of Pennsylvanians’ perceptions and knowledge of automated vehicles

Bucks County Community College names new president

Felicia Ganther will take over from Stephanie Shanblatt July 1 as the first Black woman to lead the institution

No Longer Bound hosts virtual summit on underage drinking

Fifth-graders from Bristol Township and Borough can learn how to say ‘no’ during the May 13 event

New Hope Celebrates unveils new Progress Flag

The adoption of the Progress Flag officially welcomes transgender and minority communities to Pridefest

A. Marlyn Moyer, Jr. Scholarship Foundation offers scholarships

Completed applications must be postmarked or emailed by June 18

Department of Health updates mask guidance

Fully vaccinated people no longer have to wear masks outdoors

Middletown Township hosts annual NFL Draft contest

“Be Eagles’ GM Howie Roseman” entries must be submitted by 8 p.m. on Thursday
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