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Shapiro signs first executive order

Pennsylvania’s new governor announced that 92 percent of commonwealth jobs don’t require four-year degree

Democrat Ashley Ehasz issues apology to NAC owner Jim Worthington

The congressional candidate claimed in a campaign email that he funded a bus trip to the Jan. 6 insurrection

Kristin Marcell sworn in for first term

The former Council Rock school board member is serving residents of the 178th District

Big state dollars for Bucks

$5.8 million in grants from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency was announced by local lawmakers

Federal funds for local projects

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick voted for the omnibus appropriations package for Fiscal Year 2023 and secured support for 13 community projects

Warren hosting open house for residents Jan. 5

The event takes place at his new district office in Yardley, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Redevelopment Authority awards over $4 million in grants

The funding will be used for public safety, human services and more

Bucks Commissioners approve $5.5 million for Bucks EMS squads

The funding will help offset revenue loss experienced during the early days of the pandemic

Bucks Commissioners approve budget with no new taxes for 2023

The budget also reduces expenditures by 3.6 percent

Commissioners meeting Dec. 21

The final meeting of 2022 is set for Dec. 21, at 10:30 a.m. at the Bucks County Administration Building

Banning big cats as pets

The U.S. Senate passed the Big Cat Public Safety Act, which prohibits keeping tigers, lions and other big cat species as pets, and bans public contact with these species

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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