Bucks County State Rep. Marguerite Quinn is hoping to move from one House of the State Legislature to the other.
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Don’t expect to get any official business done at the administrative office in the Towamencin Township Municipal building on Troxell Road this coming Thursday.
The Pennridge School District didn’t have to go far to find its new superintendent.
The North Penn School Board has approved a proposed final budget for the next school year.
Discrimination against members of the LBGTQ community would be prohibited in Lansdale under an ordinance currently before Borough Council.
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County will shine the light on State Rep. Todd Stephens with the 3rd annual Toby Lynn Dickman Award.
North Penn School District officials are saying goodbye to one of their own.
The owner of a local landscaping business is killed while working on a large lawn mower.
Lower Salford Township is getting a Montgomery County Grant that totals almost 120,000 dollars.
North Penn High School is nationally recognized by U.S News and World Report.
21 year old, Cosmo DiNardo accepted a plea deal of four life terms Wednesday in Bucks County Court for murdering four young men on his family’s farm in Solebury Township last summer.
Lansdale officials have made it easier to take advantage of a program that grants businesses discounts on electric bills and development fees.
Opposing views from Pa. U.S Senator Bob Casey and Pa. U.S. Senator Pat Toomey concerning President Trump’s decision to end the Iran nuclear agreement.
Bucks County Clerk of Courts Mary Smithson was in Harrisburg to discuss the costs associated with DUI and education over the issue in an effort to reduce DUI’s.
A student at North Penn High School is being honored for her academic success.
Bucks County’s consumer champ sends out a warning to anyone looking to rent a vacation property.
Borough Council Monday night accepted a 151,000 bid for the century old entertainment venue.
State Senator Daylin Leach, author the bill that made medical marijuana legal, has crafted another measure over the issue.
- Veteran Bucks County Lawmaker Ready For Next Challenge May 22, 2018
- Towamencin Township Offices Closed Thursday May 22, 2018
- Bolton Lands Top Job in Pennridge School District May 21, 2018
- Property Tax Hike in North Penn School District May 21, 2018
- Ordinance Would Protect LBGTQ Community May 21, 2018