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Commissioners meeting Aug. 17

The Aug. 17 meeting of the Bucks County Commissioners is set for 10:30 a.m. at the Bucks County Administration Building

House bans keeping ‘big cats’ as pets

The Big Cat Public Safety Act, co-sponsored by Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, would prohibit keeping tigers, lions and other big cat species as pets

Debbie Wachspress outraises all primary competitors combined

She starts off the election year with more than $350,000 in the bank

Fitzpatrick announces United States Military Service Academies Nominations for Class of 2024

A number of local students received an academy nomination from Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick

Plumber Harold Hayes is Democratic candidate in March 17 special election

The Bucks County and Pennsylvania Democratic parties overruled Bensalem Democrats, who recommended Rachel Fingles, a lawyer and member of the Bensalem School Board

National Republication Congressional Committee said voters deserve to know more about Finello

The NRCC wants to know if she's progressive on issues such as the Green New Deal, government-run health care or free college

Pennsylvania Professional Fire Fighters Association endorses Fitzpatrick

PPFFA president David Chiaramonte said Fitzpatrick's "willingness to strive for bipartisanship is welcome in an era of ever-increasing divisiveness"

Bucks’ Board of Elections discusses new ballots

Reporting of election results to the public could be slower due to the conversion to hand-marked paper ballots and expanded absentee ballots

Thomas to host hearing on mental health services in schools

This event is set for Feb. 13 in Washington Crossing

Wachspress receives endorsements from Pennsbury school board members

Gary Sanderson, Sherwood ‘Chip’ Taylor, Christine Toy-Dragoni and Josh Waldorf, directors on the Pennsbury school board, have shown their support for the Democratic congressional candidate

Warren to host outreach event detailing REAL ID, census jobs on Feb. 11

This will take place at the Lower Makefield Community Center in Yardley

Meehan issues statement in response to YouTube ad about 2007 DUI arrest

The ad shows Meehan’s mugshot and describes him as “unelectable"

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