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Residents urged to take steps to prevent cancer, detect it early

It’s recommended that everyone get regular screenings and check-ups, stay up-to-date on vaccines, and make healthy choices

Wolf responds to federal court ruling

The governor said he will ‘continue to do what’s necessary to keep people safe and contain the virus’

Federal court decision declares Wolf, Levine shutdown orders ‘unconstitutional’

Judge William Stickman IV said actions taken by the governor crossed lines set by the Constitution that may not be crossed

Levine addresses transphobic comments: “Your actions perpetuate a spirit of intolerance and discrimination”

The Secretary of Health said that while comments are directed toward her, these comments impact the LGBTQ community as a whole

Wolf issues statement on hate targeting transgender residents

This is in response to a Facebook post mocking Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine

Levine shares update on COVID-19 mitigation efforts at nursing homes

The Secretary of Health said the wellbeing of residents is ensured through ‘education, resources and testing’

Health Secretary signs order providing worker safety measures to combat COVID-19

The order directs protections for critical workers who are employed at businesses authorized to maintain in-person operations during the COVID-19 emergency
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Bucks presents live online lecture ‘Music & Gossip in the Gilded Age’ Oct. 8

Margaret Montet takes participants through the era between the Civil War and WWI in a free multimedia presentation featuring innovators, trendsetters and music, from ragtime to blues

‘Big Laughs on Campus’ continues Oct. 15

Donations help Bucks County Community College students

Kids Lives Matter to host Community Fun Day Sept. 26

Enjoy free sports and activities at Newtown Athletic Club

Wolf offers condolences on loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The governor said she was a ‘truly remarkable figure in American history, as both a tireless defender of the Constitution, and as a pioneer for gender equality’