BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Social media platforms are being used to incite violence, Bristol Borough Police are saying.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Since the first case of coronavirus in the USA was confirmed in February of this year, restaurants and food businesses across the country have been affected in a mixture of ways.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Clearly, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic is an unprecedented event that has impacted every part of the globe. The first confirmed USA case of the 2019 coronavirus was reported in the state of Washington on January 21st. On January 30th, the World Healt…
BRISTOL >> Artists have found the most creative ways to offer hope amid the COVID-19 crisis; ingenious ways to keep people connected during a pandemic that is keeping us apart.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> On May 13 at approximately 2:30 p.m., Bristol Borough Police responded to a vehicle fire at the intersection of Pond and Beaver streets. The Bristol Borough Fire Department arrived on scene and extinguished the blaze. No injuries were reported.
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP >> Salvatore Castro smiled and waved as a parade of between 35 and 40 cars rolled past his front door on Highland Avenue Sunday morning.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Thank you to Rosemarie Mignoni-Szczucki and Carol Mignoni-Ferguson, proprietors of Mignoni Jewelry & Gifts on Mill Street, for recommending ALGO Supply, L.L.C., 205 Mill Street, for a “Spotlight”.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Like you, the Grundy Foundation has been challenged during the Coronavirus shutdown. Routine programs and service are anything but routine. Personal interaction with library patrons and Museum visitors is a value we take pride in and one, given the present circumstan…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Dad's Hat PA Rye co-owners Herman Mihalich and John Cooper have decided to begin delivery of their award-winning whiskey to all Pennsylvania residents via their online web store that will allow their customers to purchase directly from the distillery.
First there was an unprecedented call to Americans: #Stayhome to help decrease the anticipated spike in COVID-19 cases in the U.S. Then last Thursday, Governor Thomas W. Wolf announced that all of Pennsylvania’s schools will stay closed for the rest of the academic year to protect the health…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Back in February, just over four years after earning the prestigious Craft Whisky of the Year Award from Whisky Advocate Magazine, Dad's Hat PA Rye Co-owners Herman Mihalich and John Cooper added another significant honor to their resume — the Whisky Magazine Icons o…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The Bristol Borough Police Department is the recipient of two local businesses and their generosity.
BUCKS COUNTY >> Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors and Bucks County Commissioners announce the launch of a new emergency loan program to support local businesses.
DOYLESTOWN >> The Bucks County Detectives Drug Strike Force has arrested a Bristol Township man believed to have supplied methamphetamine to drug dealers.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> State Rep. John Galloway, D-Bucks, has announced that the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library received a $5,000 grant to support grassroots efforts promoting awareness and participation in the 2020 Census across Pennsylvania.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Bristol Borough Administration Office will be closed to the public until April 20. People needing assistance can contact the Borough by either phone, 215-788-3828 or email http://www.bristolborough.com/contact.html. Due to an abundance o…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Three part-time borough employees will be laid off March 27 after the borough and its employee union were unable to reach an agreement to keep them on the payroll.
UPDATE: The Bucks County St. Patrck's Day Parade Committee has decided to cancel all parade events scheduled for March 14th, 2020. "Please know that this was a hard decision to make, but we felt that in the best interest of the community it needed to be done."
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> State Rep. John Galloway, D-Bucks, has announced that the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum has received a $4,000 grant.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Four years after earning the prestigious Craft Whisky of the Year Award from Whisky Advocate Magazine, Dad's Hat PA Rye co-owners Herman Mihalich and John Cooper have yet another honor to add to their resume — the Whisky Magazine Icons of Whisky America Craft Produce…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Students from Bristol High School and Harry S Truman High School are joining the Artists of Bristol on the Delaware (AOB) in an annual exhibit entitled, "Celebrate Art!," at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, this winter.
DOYLESTOWN >> Bristol Borough School District Superintendent Rose Minitti and Police Chief Joseph Henry participated in a School Safety Symposium held by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit in Doylestown.
CROYDON >> Residents of Croydon, Bensalem and beyond will soon be enjoying a menu filled with award-winning Italian cuisine.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Congratulations to Centre for the Arts photographer, John Beck, winner of the Raising the Bar People’s Choice contest for best interpretation of the Bucks County logo at Mill Street Crossing.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> “Welcome to Re-URBAN-It! We are a mother-daughter run business, and we refinish antique and vintage furniture and home decor! Every time you come into our store you are bound to find something new and unique! Our prices are fair and our staff is friendly, come stop i…
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The Redevelopment Authority of Bucks County has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Commonwealth for a façade improvement program in downtown Bristol Borough. The funding will benefit at least 10 storefronts.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Hundreds jammed Mill Street on Friday night, Nov. 29 for the town’s official Christmas tree lighting.
Junior High and High School students learned about the ugliness of bigotry when guest speaker and Holocaust survivor, Daniel Goldsmith powerfully shared his testimony of his experiences and the magnitude of suffering his family endured because of the extreme brutality during the Holocaust.
BRISTOL >> State Senator Robert M. Tomlinson, who is credited with helping to save Lower Bucks Hospital from closure, accepted the hospital’s Dee Brown Lifetime of Service Award during a special fundraising reception held on Nov. 7 at the hospital.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Ten thousand lights are coming to Mill Street this holiday season thanks to a generous donation from William Penn Bank.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Summer may have hung on a little longer than expected, but Bristol Borough’s Raising the Bar civic group will welcome the fall with its third Annual Mill Street Scarecrow exhibit from October 11 to November 2.
DOYLESTOWN >> A jury has convicted one man and another has pleaded guilty for their roles in a violent 2018 robbery that saw one man shot in the face and another beaten in the street in Bristol Borough.
BRISTOL TOWNSHIP >> During Bristol Township School District’s professional development days on Sept. 4-6, teachers of kindergarten through eighth grade participated in responsive classroom training, and teachers of sixth through 12th grade participated in trauma-informed training.
“Planning is continuing uninterruptedly for the 2019 Historic Bristol Day to be held on Saturday, October 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. sponsored by the Bristol Cultural & Historical Foundation [BCHF], established in 1967,” confirmed BCHF VP/HBD chairperson, Nicholas A. Rizzo.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The Bristol Borough Police Department held its first "Night at the Carnival" on Tuesday night, August 20 at St. Ann's Carnival. The event was sponsored by Ernie and Pat DeCaro, the owners of Bristol Environmental.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> Chuck’s BBQ at 2 Pond Street has closed its doors in Bristol Borough less than two years after opening its doors.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> When they took the stage on August 8 at the Bristol Riverside Theatre, it was more than outrageous. It was ArtRageous!
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> “When you support small [or local] business, you’re supporting a dream.” - Alan J. Vogenberg, BSPharm, RPh, FASCP
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> A series of 12 interpretive signs documenting where the historic Delaware Canal once flowed through Bristol Borough are boasting a fresh new look along with new images and information.
BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The smell of fried arepas wafted through the air as the sights and sounds of Puerto Rico filled the Bristol Borough waterfront on Saturday.