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“Not all who wander are lost,” wrote JRR Tolkien in “The Hobbit.” Second-year Temple/St. Luke’s School of Medicine student Halle Bagshaw personifies these words. The 28-year-old Quakertown …

Bill D’Anjolell, president of the Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association, held a special 65th birthday event May 7, at Mexican restaurant Poco’s of Doylestown.Instead of gifts from the 50-plus …

Bucks County Magisterial District Judge Terrence Hughes was again certified for service as a member of the Pennsylvania Judiciary after successfully completing continuing legal education course …

Soroptimist International of Indian Rock Inc. (SIIR) installed it’s 2023-2024 board of directors in the presence of most of its 72 members at the Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland on May …

A group of volunteers from Johnson & Johnson and Somerset County Park Commission spent one of the hottest days in April planting trees, removing invasive plants and picking up trash at one of the …

On April 19, the Michener Art Museum recognized outstanding contributions by its dedicated volunteers, awarded to Ginger Woodbury (Award Winner: Docent of 2022), Maureen McCreadie (Award Winner: …

Bucks County Magisterial District judges Regina Armitage and Michael Petrucci were again certified for service as members of the Pennsylvania Judiciary after successfully completing continuing legal …

Col. Rick Kiernan, U.S. Army (retired), was recently presented with a Pennsylvania House of Representatives resolution in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. Kiernan, the certificate of …

Saint Peter’s University recently announced plans to honor members of the university community at Hearts & Minds: The Saint Peter’s University Scholarship Celebration on Thursday, May …

The Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle, operated by the Bucks County Historical Society, has welcomed five new members to its board of trustees: Michael Aratan, Jerry Fritz, Susan Lonergan, Sarah …

Northampton Community College has appointed Dr. Marc Singer as its provost and vice president of academic and student affairs, effective May 1. Singer’s appointment follows a national search that …

At the Albert R. Atkinson Jr. Post 210 American Legion meeting March 6, the post honored Cpl. Michael Johnson of the Plumstead Township Police Department as its Law Enforcement Officer of the …

For Susan Suber, there was nothing not to love about her trip to Oregon last summer as a member of the Young Marines. Except, maybe, the 5:30 rise-and-shine time for workouts. But even then, “They …

Eugene Petrucci, a mail carrier for the Furlong Post Office, was recognized for his bravery Tuesday when he received the Postmaster General Hero Award. The retired U.S. Army Captain was on his rural …

Adjunct professor at Northampton Community College (NCC), Dr. Kasey Seiler, was chosen as a speaker for this year’s World Literacy Summitat Oxford University in Oxford, U.K., from April 2-4.Six …

The Washington Crossing Chapter Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) held its Washington’s Birthday dinner meeting on Feb. 21 at the Continental Tavern in Yardley.This year marked the 291st …

Bucks County Community College capped off Black History Month celebrations with its second annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dream Builders Awards ceremony at its Newtown campus Feb. 23.The college …

Sandy Metzger, a seventh and eighth grade science teacher at Charles Boehm Middle School in Yardley, received a surprise visit from Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty and representatives from Everfi …

The Muddy Run Preserve received a little tender loving care on Jan. 21. Hunterdon Land Trust’s first-ever Stewardship Saturday event brought out a team of volunteers who spent several hours beneath …

Nine-year-old Ben Paoletti of Doylestown was recognized recently for outstanding service to area veterans at a meeting of the American Legion Post 210 at its building on North Street in …

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