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Meet the candidates

Get to know the individuals running in the Nov. 5 municipal election for Lower Southampton Township supervisor

Trouble in the township

Democratic councilmen file lawsuit against Mayor Joseph DiGirolamo following Homeowners Assistance Grant letter

Deadline for absentee ballots approaching

For this year’s Nov. 5 election, the deadline falls on Tuesday, Oct. 29. Acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar is encouraging Pennsylvanians to submit requests for absentee ballots as soon as possible.

Fitzpatrick announces $1 million federal grant for research on the health effects of PFAS...

PFAS chemicals have long been used in a range of consumer products, and the military continues to use aqueous film-forming foam in firefighting training exercises

Democrat Debbie Wachspress tops $215,000 in first campaign finance report

Almost 70 percent of contributions came from residents in PA-01

Warren to host cleanup effort along Neshaminy Creek

The Pick Up Pennsylvania fall event will support the International Coastal Cleanup

Fitzpatrick in jeopardy 

The National Journal’s Hotline report last week ranked the 1st Congressional District, currently represented by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, as the 17th most likely to flip party control

Fitzpatrick announces $1,563,106 Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction grant

The grant will enable the county to address lead hazards in 200 housing units

Fitzpatrick introduces Fairness to Kids with Cancer Act

This legislation seeks to adjust federal funding levels for pediatric cancer at a fairer percentage rate than is currently allocated

Expansion of do-not-call legislation heads to governor’s desk

House Bill 318 would eliminate the current five-year term limit of phone numbers on the state’s do-not-call list requirements
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