YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Have you ever tried coconut shrimp tacos? How about insalata capesante seared scallop salad? Does a New England Lobster Roll sound good to you? And what about risotto crabmeat, roasted corn, grape tomatoes and pecorino?
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> A Bucks County developer this week unveiled a sweeping multi-million-dollar redevelopment vision that would transform much of the town’s beloved Williamson Park into a new town center.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Township planners on Monday night were forced to continue their meeting after hundreds turned out to voice their opinion on a proposed zoning change in the township’s office research zone.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A zoning battle is brewing over the density of a proposed residential housing development at the site of Marrazzo’s Manor Lane Florist at Pine Grove and Yardley-Morrisville Roads in the southern end of the township.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> Hundreds in Morrisville joined communities across the nation on August 6 for National Night Out.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> The Board of Supervisors on August 7 publicly recognized resident Katharine Burke for her efforts to preserve a township-owned parcel of land on Oxford Valley Road.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The public is invited to join local and other officials, friends and family at the formal opening of The Hemp Oil Store at 3 E. Afton Ave. in historic and vibrant downtown Yardley Borough on August 10 at 10 a.m. as part of 2nd Saturday Yardley.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Downtown Yardley will be hosting its next 2nd Saturday Yardley event on August 10 with a #DogDays (of summer) theme, supported by Visit Bucks County and Bucks County Community College (BCCC.)
MORRISVILLE >> A Morrisville Borough man has been arrested after making violent threats toward Temple University and their police department during purchases of ammunition and other items at the Walmart store in Tullytown.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Since 1949 when voters approved a referendum banning the sale of alcohol in the township, restaurants and eateries here have not been allowed to sell alcoholic beverages.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The borough council has given its engineer the go ahead to pursue a grant from the state Department of Community and Economic Development for the second phase of the North Main Street sidewalk project.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Casey Schaeffer and her Full Heart charity have been named National Finalists in Barbara's "Believe in Better" contest. Now the Pennsbury High School student needs the public's help in winning the grand prize of $10,000 for the Children's Tumor Foundation.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> They arrived at Pennsbury Manor on Thursday morning from 20 different countries with hopes, dreams and aspirations. An hour later, they left united, some holding American flags, and all beaming with pride as the nation’s newest citizens.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Patrons of the Outback Steakhouse planned to open in Falls Township later this year will be able to enjoy beer, margaritas and various cocktails with their steaks and signature Bloomin’ Onions, pending approval from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> With an eye on motorist safety and continually improving upon road conditions, the Falls Township Board of Supervisors set the wheels in motion for its 2019 road program.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Joseph Harris IV will join the town’s police force in August as its fifth full-time officer.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> Morrisville Borough, PennDOT and Conrail are planning roadway improvements that will impede travel and cause temporary road closures and lane restrictions in the borough this summer.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> William Penn’s 350th birthday was celebrated on Oct. 23, 1994 with much fanfare, both in Philadelphia and here in Bucks County.
RETAIL THEFT >> 1600 block of Big Oak Rd. at Shop Rite reported at 11:27 a.m. on July 9. Loss Prevention detained a 22 year old woman from Langhorne for taking $89.24 worth of merchandise without paying. She was taken into police custody for Retail Theft.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> The community is invited to join Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County in celebrating the dedication of a new Habitat home at 211 Woodland Avenue, Morrisville, on July 23 beginning at 4 p.m.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Commuters who use the Delaware River toll bridges and the Pennsylvania Turnpike would receive a tax credit under legislation being proposed in the Pennsylvania Senate and House of Representatives.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Commonplace Reader, a new independent book store coming to downtown Yardley in September, will hold a pop up book sale on its porch during 2nd Saturday on July 13.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Downtown Yardley will be hosting its next 2nd Saturday Yardley event on July 13 with a #YardleyStaycation theme, supported by a grant from Visit Bucks County.
LOWER MAKEFIELD » The new Scudder Falls Bridge upstream span opens this week, meaning drivers on Interstate 295 entering Pennsylvania from New Jersey will soon begin paying tolls.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Falls Township Police are looking for a man who robbed a 7-11 convenience store at 8019 Mill Creek Road, Levittown, on Friday, July 5 at 2:30 a.m.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A butterfly fluttered through the air, occasionally landing on one of the many gift baskets on display at the park’s pavilion just off of Edgewood Road.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The borough council voted unanimously on June 18 to award its 2019 road paving contract to General Asphalt Paving Company of Philadelphia.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A series of lane closures, traffic shifts, and interchange ramp openings and ramp detours will be implemented over a five-week period to fully bring the first completed span of the new Scudder Falls Toll Bridge and adjoining I-295 approaches into a new temporary alig…
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> For the 23rd year, the Yardley Community Centre will strike up the band in celebration of the Fourth of July.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Summer is officially here and the Pool at LMT is the place to be, whether it’s escaping the hot, humid weather or just hanging out and socializing with neighbors and friends.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> DeLuca Homes unveiled conceptual plans on June 20 for a mixed use development on Stony Hill Road that would be anchored by a Wegmans grocery store and cafe.
PENNSBURY >> Blair Greiner, an art teacher at the William Penn Middle School, has been named this year’s “Character Builder of the Year” by Pennsbury LYFT.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Josh’s Squad House invites the community to participate in its first Squad House Extravaganza to be held on Saturday, June 29 from 10 a.m. until the fun ends at the Edgewood Road pavilion, 1100 Edgewood Road, Yardley 19067.
FALLSINGTON >> The Pennsbury School Board filled two administrative positions on June 20, appointing Brad McCormick as the district’s new director of technology and former Pennsbury administrator Kelly Lambert as its interim director of special education.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Before a standing room only council chambers, Yardley Borough Police Chief Joseph Kelly recognized the borough’s outstanding officers during the department’s first annual awards ceremony.
LOWER MAKEFIELD (JUNE 19, 2019) >> A strip of land located between Stony Hill Road and I-295 in the township’s office-research zone is being eyed for development as a retail/residential village anchored by a Wegmans supermarket.
PENNSBURY >> After a one day postponement due to rain, blue skies welcomed the Class of 2019 to this year’s graduation ceremonies at Falcon Field on June 11.
FAIRLESS HILLS >> The “Best Prom in America” just got even better, thanks to special recognition by the Guinness World Records team.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Maura Feeney is back home and she’s brought her successful wedding and floral design studio with her.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> For approximately four weeks beginning Monday, June 10 SEPTA will be working on the West Trenton line between Woodbourne Station and the West Trenton yard.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Four Lower Makefield police officers who saved four people and two dogs from a burning building were recognized with an Outstanding Police Performance Award during an awards luncheon hosted by the Citizen’s Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Yardley Borough Council on June 4 approved a resolution urging U.S. Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick to co-sponsor and vote for the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividends Act of 2019.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The public is invited to join local and other officials, friends and family at the formal opening of Maura Rose Events at 40 S. Main St. (rear) in historic and vibrant downtown Yardley Borough on June 8 starting at Noon as part of 2nd Saturday Yardley.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Downtown Yardley will be hosting its next 2nd Saturday event this weekend with a #WelcomeSummer theme, supported by Visit Bucks County and sponsored by Customers Bank.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> Morrisville Borough will be featured on a segment of "Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs" airing on Thursday, June 6 beginning at 7:30 p.m. on PCN, the Pennsylvania Cable Network.
PENNSBURY >> When adviser Tony Napoli said this year’s Prom would be “the best evah,” he wasn’t kidding.
YARDLEY-MAKEFIELD >> Waving flags and cheering, thousands jammed Main Street in Yardley Borough on Memorial Day to celebrate their freedom and to pay tribute to the men and women who died fighting to preserve it.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Experience Yardley’s Music on Main outdoor music and performance series is back for its fifth season and is again bringing a diverse array of live music, performance, and culture for free family-friendly entertainment right in the heart of the Yardley Borough’s vibra…
BUCKS COUNTY >> Democrats and Republicans went to the polls on Tuesday to select their candidates for the November election.
FAIRLESS HILLS >> It’s two weeks before the prom and the gym at Pennsbury High School is buzzing with activity.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Casey Schaeffer's fourth annual Full Heart Kids Carnival literally turned the world upside down with fun on Saturday, May 18 on Lakeview Drive in Lower Makefield.