Joe Hand Boxing Gym offering classes for adults

Joe Hand Boxing Gym offering classes for adults

Family Service Golf Outing raises $60,000

The funds will support human and social service programs that assist more than 40,000 Bucks County children and families in need each year.

Billiards championship at James E. Kinney Senior Center

The Yankees beat the Pirates 2-1

Pennridge shuts out Bensalem

Both teams are 1-2

CB South tops Truman

Central Bucks defeated Harry S. Truman 35-8

Two Newtown natives are Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders

Emily Rae Aita and Ashley Hillis went from dancing together locally to performing at Lincoln Financial Field

Family Service Drive for Youth Golf Outing set for Oct. 3

Proceeds benefit health, human and social service programs that directly benefit local children and families

Bensalem beats Norristown in football opener

Zyan Greene returned a punt 69 yards to give the Owls a 7-0 lead in the first quarter

betPARX joins SEPTA in providing free rides home for Eagles season

This travel option begins Aug. 12, at 9:30 p.m.

Registration open for Bensalem PAL 2022 Hockey League

Sign-ups are welcome online through Aug. 26, or until max capacity is reached

Lower Bucks Chamber hosts Golf Outing

This annual event is set for Sept. 20 in Huntingdon Valley

2022 National Public Parks Tennis Championships held in Bucks

The heat didn’t stop 350 players from participating in the event, which took place at Council Rock North
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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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Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo receives ‘Spirit of Commonwealth’ honor

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