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A major credit rating firm says Bucks County's financial future isn't so bright.
The Interior Department and the National Park Service announced Wednesday that the Bucks County woodworking complex of famed designer George Nakashima is one of four new national historic landmarks.
For the first time in history, the Annual NHC Pride Parade, the signature event of Pride Week, will kick off in Lambertville and march across the bridge in to New Hope, Pa.
A novel exhibit at Bucks County Community College 's Lower Bucks Campus is composed almost entirely of works made from materials often discarded without a second thought.
A Montgomery County truck driver involved in a fatal accident last year has pleaded no contest to traffic charges after more serious charges were dropped.
The 73rd annual Bucks County Kennel Club dog show will be held Saturday, May 3 at Tinicum Park in Erwinna.
Network of Victim Assistance's 2nd Annual 5-mile NO BULLying Run and 1-mile Fun Run will be held Saturday, June 14 at Doylestown Township's Central Park.
Network of Victim Assistance's 2nd Annual 5-mile NO BULLying Run and 1-mile Fun Run will be held Saturday, June 14, at Doylestown Township's Central Park.
Northampton Police say a 25-year-old resident stabbed his father last week because he asked him to turn the music down.
Police in Hunterdon County have made an arrest in connection with last week's anti-Semitic vandalism at several businesses.
HARRISBURG >> The Governor's Award for Local Government Excellence was awarded for an Innovative Planning and Sounds Land Use Practices to the Borough of Chambersburg with special note to Greene Township and our private sector partners PPL-RE and IESI Progressive Waste.
Bucks County Playhouse and Lambertville Hall announce "Art in the Hall," a new program offering local artists the chance to show their work for two days as part of Shad Fest.
Firefighters up on the roof of the Racquet Club Apartments in Levittown last summer surrounded by smoke and flames .
Despite concerns from resident's, council voted 6-0 Monday to transfer the triangle property at Third and Broad streets to the Quakertown General Authority to sell and develop.
Determining when a case is strong enough to prosecute and when a confidential informant might be too compromised to take the witness stand are decisions typically made behind closed doors.
The following announcement was provided by Congregation Brothers of Israel: Rabbi Aaron Gaber has accepted the position of Senior Rabbi at Congregation Brothers of Israel.