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Grants available to help farmers, small businesses save money and reduce pollution

Pennsylvania farmers and other small business owners with 100 or fewer full-time employees are eligible for the grants

Today is the last day to respond to the 2020 Census

Responses provide data needed to receive federal funding and representation for the next decade

Bucks receives $790,000 for regional wetland stormwater BMP in Middletown Township

The funding was awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

$2.2 million loan fund to support creative small businesses

The fund will prioritize businesses located in low-income communities, small towns and rural areas, owned by BIPOC or which serve a diverse market

Bucks County Office of Veterans Affairs receives $14,800 grant

The funding will be used to expand veterans’ outreach services

Hartsville, Warminster fire companies receive funding

$1,767,963.15 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will assist with the hiring of firefighters

$40,000 in grants available for environmental education projects

A free, live webinar on how to apply is set for Oct. 14

Bristol Riverside receives $90,000 grant

Pearl S. Buck International, Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, Bucks County Children’s Museum and James A. Michener Art Museum also received funding through the COVID-19 Cultural and Museum Preservation Grant Program

PA to invest $4 million to train direct care workers

The funds will help create/develop training programs, offer specialty certifications and create viable career opportunities for personal care assistants, home health aides and certified nursing assistants
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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