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Warren, Santarsiero announce $97,974 in Safe Schools grants

Local schools can use the funds to purchase safety and security-related equipment

Warrington Township amends fireworks ordinance

The ordinance limits fireworks to specific holidays and timeframes

Change clocks, batteries

Pennsylvanians are encouraged to put fresh batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors

Driver’s education course

Teens can take an online, self-paced program taught by John’s Driving School

PennDOT resumes motorcycle safety training courses

Classes are free to Pennsylvania motorcycle permit and license holders

TMA Bucks offers fall driving safety tips

Commuters should be prepared for wet leaves, fog, sun glare and even frost

Rail safety operation aimed at reducing preventable deaths, injuries on rail lines

At least 39 incidents involving rail traffic have occurred in the commonwealth so far this year

Residents invited to participate in new Safety Citizens program

Community members can answer traffic safety questions by submitting a short video, poem or original piece of artwork

Central Park Trail in Bensalem nearing completion

The project will provide a safe and accessible pedestrian pathway from Hulmeville Road to Bensalem Central Park

$7.5 million in funding will address community violence

Municipalities, counties, institutions of higher education and community organizations can apply by Nov. 10
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Seasonal fire safety tips

See below for advice on turkey fryers, carbon monoxide detectors and more

United Way challenged by local couple to unlock $50,000 gift for Giving Tuesday

Residents Simon and Jane Hallett will donate $50,000 to the nonprofit if it can secure 250 donations to its Community Support Campaign by Dec. 1

COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths climb in Bucks County

The county remains in the ‘substantial’ level of community transmission, averaging 296 new COVID cases per day

Wolf Administration reminds motorists to use extreme caution to avoid deer collisions

PennDOT reported 4,300 animal-related crashes in 2019, resulting in more than 1,000 injuries and seven fatalities