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In the his Jan. 18, State of the City address, Lambertville Mayor Andrew Nowick provided various types of information. Three points stood out.First, our city fiscal position shows some stabilization …

As is its practice, the Solebury Board of Supervisors met early in the new year to make sure it has its priorities straight. So on Jan. 4, the board went over a list of 29 items.

Area rivers, creeks and streams were running high Wednesday and Thursday in the wake of Tuesday night’s storm, which dropped 2 to 4 inches of rain on Bucks County.

This week our editors look back at the biggest and most-notable stories of 2023. This is the second in a series of three articles. It covers what happened in May, June, July and August of 2023.

Heavy rain and powerful winds caused widespread flooding across the region, prompting multiple road closures, power outages and school schedule disruptions. As of Wednesday morning, just under 3,000 …

Heavy rains force school closure, creek, river, road flooding

Buckingham Elementary School is closed today after heavy rains caused flooding on the Lahaska Creek, blocking access to the school on Route 413. The closure includes both before- and after-school …

Both flash floods from rain and the rising Delaware River have caused hundreds of small floods and dozens of historic floods in Lambertville’s past, with the worst, most recent Hurricane Ida floods …

At the Yardley Inn this week, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro signed a new House bill to assemble a task force to recommend policies to make flood insurance more affordable for Pennsylvanians.

Springfield supervisors gave preliminary approval to a housing development off Richlandtown Pike Oct. 24 meeting. The 17-acre property, situated between Passer and State roads, would feature 11 …

While rescuers searched for missing children swept away in the July Upper Makefield flash flood, a criminal enterprise was allegedly using the search as cover for a plot to steal Verizon wires from …

The Durham Township Board of Supervisors is vowing to act on a resident’s plea for a new design for a Bucks County-owned bridge blamed for flooding homes and businesses in the township.

Bucks County Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick and New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman are mounting a push to rename the Washington Crossing Post Office after Susan Barnhart.

Chalfont Borough Council tabled Northern Neshaminy Greenway Trail’s construction at this month’s council meeting due to unrelenting push-back from determined Patriot Drive residents.

Despite unforeseen obstacles, Chalfont Borough Council is still very much interested in completing the Northern Neshaminy Greenway Trail project, which was halted in May.

After sustaining some of the worst flooding in decades on July 15, residents of Lower Makefield's Maplevale and Meadow Drive neighborhood again pressed the Lower Makefield board of supervisors for …

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced yesterday that Route 532 (Washington Crossing Road) has reopened between Dolington Road and Wrightstown Road in Upper Makefield …

Upper Makefield Township Police Department announced in a social media post last night it had “with broken hearts” ended the active search for 9-month-old Conrad Sheils, who was swept away by flash flood waters July 15.

Members of Bucks County, first responders, and the friends and families of the victims filled the Garden of Reflection, the Bucks County memorial to victims of 9/11. The sorrowful crowd used the garden as a place of healing to honor the seven victims and pray for the return of 9-month-old Conrad Sheils, who was still missing.

The Bucks County community came together on Sunday evening to mourn the victims of the July 15 flash floods in Upper Makefield and support the friends and family members suffering their tremendous …

Late Friday afternoon, what is believed to be the body of one of the young children who died in the raging floodwaters in Upper Makefield Township on July 15 was found in the Delaware River in …

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