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New Hope Post 79 honored its World War II veterans at Holly Hedge Estates in Solebury on Aug. 7. From left are: Donald Harris (Army), Jacob Fell (Navy) and Alvin “Archie” Fagan (Army).

HomeFront’s board of trustees has selected Sarah Steward to become the agency’s next chief executive officer. Steward will succeed HomeFront’s founder, Connie Mercer, who announced earlier …

Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia has welcomed Bill Waterbury to its board of directors. Waterbury has been a technologist for over 40 years in the IT and communication …

Jean Colella, Nancy Elias and Barbara Morris, members of the Moland House in Warwick, recently met to plan and prepare their favors for their Nov. 19 event. At its Saturday luncheon on Nov. …

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The Lingohocken Garden Club held its annual flower show on July 5 at Forest Grove Presbyterian Church. Elsie Holly won Best of Show for her flowering annual planter of patriotic colors. Categories …

Attorney Michael Fabius will receive the 2022 Human Relations Award from the American Jewish Committee Philadelphia/Southern NJ region for his work in fostering Muslim-Jewish ties in the …

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn recently visited Gifford Pinchot State Park for a park ranger commissioning ceremony honoring 2022 graduates of …

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) presented Ned and Linda Heindel with the Award of Excellence for 45 years of service to the Williams Township Historical Society.

The Bucks County Commissioners recently named two new trustees to the board at Bucks County Community College. Both distinguished individuals are longtime residents of Bucks County and look forward …

Seaman Gabrielle Leone, a native of Richboro, is serving at the Information Warfare Training Command (IWTC) at Corry Station in Pensacola, …

Lawrence Booth, the “Official Puppy” of the Delaware Valley Fire Museum (DVFM), recently marched in New Hope Eagle Volunteer Fire Company’s 200th anniversary celebration parade. Booth’s …

Chandler Hall’s Jim Hartman has been awarded a scholarship from LeadingAge PA as part of the Association’s 2022 Professional Development Scholarship Program.

In Bristol, Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County celebrated breaking ground on its 125th home May 20. From left are: Chris Smylie, Parx Casino; Gail Humphrey, deputy chief operating officer and chief …

About 90 people celebrated the 50-year reunion of the graduating Class of 1972 from Central Bucks High School West on May 21 at The Warrington events venue in Warrington. Fifty years ago, on …

Educator and advocate John Handy is the recipient of an Irish Echo Community Champion Award for his efforts to promote, teach and support the learning of the Irish language globally.

Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties (JFS) held its’ 42nd Annual Meeting on June 1.

A native of Wrightstown is currently stationed in the nation’s capital serving with U.S. Naval District Washington. Navy civilian Leigh Brownell attended Council Rock North High School and …

The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of José Luis Domínguez as its fifth music director, succeeding Gary S. Fagin, who retired on April 30 after leading the BCSO for 20 …

Soroptimist International of Indian Rock (SIIR) recently celebrated 50 years of dedication to improving the lives of women and girls through volunteer programs leading to their economic …

Dr. Steven Orland was recently installed as the 230th president of the Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ) during the House of Delegates session of the organization’s 2022 annual meeting on May …

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