LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Plans are moving forward in Lower Makefield to mark the 20th year commemoration of the 9-11 terror attacks in New York City, Washington, DC, and in the skies above western Pennsylvania.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Artis Senior Living of Yardley will celebrate its first anniversary by hosting an open house on Thursday, August 5 from 3 to 5 pm. at 765 Stony Hill Road, Yardley 19067.
NEW HOPE >> The Friends of the Delaware Canal (FODC) have announced that Michael D. Ginder has been appointed executive director of the organization. He steps into the role following the retirement of Susan Taylor after 30 years of service.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> State Senator Steve Santarsiero delivered a $60,000 check to the Lower Makefield Police Department on July 20 for the purchase of a crime scene/accident investigation vehicle.
IDENTITY THEFT >> 800 block of Hudson Dr. reported at 11:31 a.m. on July 22. Complainant reported unknown person(s) filed for unemployment benefits in their name.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Yardley Borough will use a low interest line of credit from the First National Bank of Newtown to provide cash flow for three major capital projects.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The American Legion is asking borough council to pass a resolution limiting the use of the flagpole in front of borough hall to flying only the American flag.
COUNTERFEIT DOCUMENTS ARREST >> Rt. 332 and Stony Hill Rd. reported at 10:39 a.m. on July 15. Police on patrol stopped a vehicle for violations. A 47 year old man from Lower Makefield was cited for Disorderly Conduct and Counterfeit Inspection Stickers.
PENNSBURY >> Seven new pieces of art, including the district’s first digital piece, have been added to Pennsbury’s permanent art collection.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A dazzling fireworks show lit up the sky over Shady Brook Farm on Friday night as part of its Summer unWINEd Concert Series.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> After missing a year due to the pandemic, Music On Main returns to downtown Yardley with a shortened season, but packed with plenty of tunes.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> At approximately 4 p.m., a police officer was dispatched to two restaurants on Main Street to investigate theft by deception/access device complaints involving a man and a woman.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Beginning July 16, Edgewood Road in Lower Makefield will be closed and detoured between Schuyler Drive and Mill Road for the Sandy Run/Edgewood Road Safety Improvement project.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> During a special meeting on July 13, the Morrisville Borough Council voted unanimously to appoint Judith Danko as its borough manager.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> A vote by borough council on whether to appeal the Taproom’s zoning decision is not expected until August or September.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> On June 8 just before 8 p.m. an officer on patrol observed a motorist parked partially in the roadway in the 20 block of Canal Street honking a car horn repeatedly.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> PECO is offering to sell its former substation lot in Rivermawr to Yardley Borough for $55,000, the borough’s appraised value of the land.
DRUG ARREST >> Oxford Valley Road and Route 1 reported at 9:54 p.m. on July 8. Police on patrol stopped a vehicle for violations. Further investigation revealed the 29 year old male driver from Levittown was wanted out of Bucks County and the 33 year old male passenger from Langhorne w…
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Yardley Historical Association Book Swap will be held on Saturday, July 10 from 1-4 p.m. The Swap will be held both outside and inside the Old Library by Lake Afton, 46 West Afton Avenue.
PENNSBURY >> Four district students were honored with LYFT character awards at the June meeting of the Pennsbury School Board.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> After being delayed a month, the Sandy Run/Edgewood Road Safety Improvement Project is scheduled to begin this month and for the most part be completed by the time school starts at the end of August.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Yardley Borough Zoning Hearing Board on June 28 voted unanimously to grant the Vault permission to convert its tasting room at the Tannery on West College Avenue to a restaurant use.
DOYLESTOWN >> District Attorney Matt Weintraub on July 2 announced the arrest of a Bucks County man in connection to a domestic assault that has left a 36 year old woman clinging to life.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> On July 1 at 8:55 a.m., police responded to a report of a traffic crash in the 400 block of Trenton Road in Fairless Hills.
IDENTITY THEFT >> Patrick Lane reported at 5:49 p.m. on June 30. Complainant reported unknown person(s) applied for unemployment benefits in their name.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> A change in pastoral leadership took place at Yardley United Methodist Church, located at Scammell’s Corner in Lower Makefield Township, on July 1.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Beginning in July and continuing through year’s end, Falls Township will offer drive-in movies and in-person concerts at Falls Township Community Park.
PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS >> On Saturday, June 25 at 9:22 p.m., officers responded to a disorderly patron in a North Main Street establishment. When asked to leave, police said the patron, who appeared intoxicated, became disorderly and uncooperative. The woman, 38, from Trenton, N.J., was ch…
BUCKS COUNTY >> The State Senate on June 24 passed landmark legislation that supports say will save children’s lives.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> The Fairless Hills Elks Lodge No. 2023 joined Bristol Lodge No. 970 on June 13 to celebrate Old Glory’s birthday with a patriotic salute to its meaning and its history.
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF >> Williams Lane reported at 1:59 p.m. on June 16. Complainant reported unknown person(s) left food and a condom on their front porch.
FAIRLESS HILLS >> After the global pandemic upended their senior year, a mask-wearing Class of 2021 graduated from the Falcon’s Nest on Thursday ready to take on the world.
YARDLEY-NEWTOWN >> Just a few short weeks ago, 55 local and regional artists were set up on downtown streets and in open fields creating en plain air images of Yardley, Newtown and Washington Crossing.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Memorial Park, the home of the 9-11 Garden of Reflection on Woodside Road, is slated to undergo a major expansion this spring and summer that will add a new trail, additional parking and new athletic courts to the complex.
PENNSBURY >> In a celebration of glitz and glamor that culminated with a high-powered performance by DJ Pauly D, Pennsbury proved once again on Saturday why it holds the title of the “Best Prom in America.”
PENNSBURY >> The pandemic may have postponed the big game at Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary School from January to June, but it couldn’t stop this right of passage from happening.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> Yardley Borough on Tuesday marked the beginning of Pride Month by raising the Progress Pride flag for the first time over borough hall.
YARDLEY >> A sense of normalcy returned to Yardley in a big way on Monday as the community paused to reflect and to celebrate Memorial Day.
LOWER MAKEFIELD >> Work is expected to begin in mid- to late-June on the Edgewood Road Safety Improvement Project.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> Within the next five years, a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility will be in full operation at the Keystone Trade Center in Falls Township.
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH >> Wendy Bellis, the pastor of the Morrisville United Methodist Church, is retiring from full-time ministry at the end of June.
FALLS TOWNSHIP >> NorthPoint Development – the developer working to bring an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 new jobs to Falls Township – is eager to start transforming the former U.S. Steel site.
IDENTITY THEFT >> 600 block of Larch Ct. reported at 2:40 p.m. on May 20. Complainant reported unknown person(s) applied for unemployment benefits in their name.
YARDLEY BOROUGH >> The Vault will not face opposition from the borough when it appears before the zoning hearing board in June to add a 200 square foot kitchen and smoker to its Taproom on West College Avenue.
PENNSBURY >> Following an interview process of internal candidates, the Pennsbury School Board on May 20 appointed Dr. Theresa Ricci to serve as Interim Superintendent of Schools for the month of July.