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Parx’s shape-shifting Beer Garden (literally) adapts to ‘new normal’

Indoor and outdoor dining options are available; menu is from currently closed Liberty Bell Gastropub

Free school meals extended throughout school year

Flexibilities have been extended through June 30

KleinLife receives $10,000 for Home Delivered Meals Program

The program provides 70,000 meals annually to local seniors who cannot shop or cook for themselves

Farmers urged to maintain stringent biosecurity practices

This helps maintain the overall health and wellbeing of business operations and food security of the nation

United Way of Bucks County awards $17,250 to Ivins Outreach Center

The Bucks Knocks Out Hunger grant will support the home delivery of food to vulnerable residents in the county

Dept. of Agriculture employee earns Governor’s Award for Excellence

Field Representative Tyler Banas was recognized for his work securing food access to 1.3 million low-income Pennsylvanians, including in Bucks County

Human Services urges Sens. Casey, Toomey to continue SNAP waivers

SNAP enrollment is expected to grow as COVID-19 continues

SNAP recipients warned of potential scams

A text messaging scam is telling people they are selected to receive assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

PA requests additional assistance for all SNAP recipients

Additional funds are only being given to SNAP recipients who do not currently receive the maximum monthly benefit for their household size

Grundy Library, Boy Scouts teamed up to restock local pantry

The collection in August netted over 360 pounds of food for the Bristol Borough Community Action Food Pantry
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‘Halloween Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert’ streams from Playhouse stage

The show will be filmed live on the Playhouse stage and streamed on Halloween, at 7 p.m.

Bucks Commissioners to meet Nov. 4

The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook at 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick, Kuster release statement on Purdue Pharma’s conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

The lawmakers believe Purdue intentionally caused millions of unsuspecting people to become addicted to powerful painkillers for profit

Pennsbury green-lights hybrid for elementary, middle schoolers

The board did not reach a decision regarding the high school, discussion will continue at next meeting