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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

Local student wins in nationwide science talent search

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorLike most teenagers, Jonah Kallenbach is plenty busy. He plays the guitar, likes to ski, competes on his high school swimming and...

A new mission

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorMembers of the Air National Guard in Horsham are excited to begin their newest mission.In March, the U.S. Air Force announced that the...

Band of brothers

By Mike GibsonFor the WireTo say Hurricane Sandy delivered a knockout blow to the Bensalem Gymnastics Club might be an overstatement, but the storm certainly staggered...

Bensalem softball gears up for spring season

By Mike GibsonFor the WireHolding a clipboard and doing some fast calculations, head coach Mary Ellen Malloy got her Bensalem boys’ relay team together before the...

Bensalem indoor track wins state title

By Mike GibsonFor the WireHolding a clipboard and doing some fast calculations, head coach Mary Ellen Malloy got her Bensalem boys’ relay team together before the...

Building a partnership

By Tom WaringWire Staff WriterState Reps. Tom Murt and Brendan Boyle have formed an alliance designed to help them to work together to tackle issues and...

There’s no stopping her now: Caroline Pla reacts

Caroline Pla, an 11-year-old student at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Doylestown, petitioned the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to change its rule and allow...

There’s no stopping her now: Caroline Pla reacts

Caroline Pla, an 11-year-old student at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Doylestown, petitioned the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to change its rule and allow...

Picture perfect: Local students compete in photo exhibition

Danielle Gladstone of Dresher, Pa., was in Sofia, Bulgaria, last summer with a youth group when she eyed what she thought would make an...

Archdiocese says girls can play CYO football

By Megan BadgerWire Managing EditorCaroline Pla will once again be wearing a Romans football jersey this fall.The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced on March 14 that the Catholic...
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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

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