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Philadelphia Plans To Curb Vaping By Teenagers

By Alex Lloyd Gross Vaping is a fad which has attracted millions of people. Some think it is safer than smoking cigarettes. Within the last two years, 26 people have died and thousands of others received serious lung damage which has been attributed to vaping and using “flavored” vape juice. This contains higher concentrates of

Bucks Suicide Prevention Walk set for Nov 2

Digital Staff The following is a press release from Bucks County Bucks County will play host once again to the autumn #HoldOnYouMatter Walk on November 2 to raise money and awareness for suicide prevention. The event will be held at the Upper Bucks campus of Bucks County Community College at One Hillendale Road, Perkasie. Check-in

Free Health Screenings in Bensalem & Fairless Hills

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen    The pharmacists at GIANT Food Stores  are offering free health screenings at two in-store pharmacies this week. On Saturday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Customers can receive free blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol screenings – no appointment necessary at the Giant Food Stores in Bensalem and Fairless Hills.

Mill St’s 52nd Annual Run Hits the Starting Line Saturday

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen A yearly tradition returns to Historic Bristol Borough as the 52nd Annual Mill Street Run is Saturday.   The 5K Open Race starts at 9:45 am. You can still register for for the race pre-registration is only $25 & includes a shirt. Race is limited to 250 runners, so sign up

Community Event Raises Awareness to Combat Opioid Epidemic and Honors Lives Lost

Digital Contributor Aly Balan Last week nearly 500 people attended Steps to Recovery (STR) 3rd Annual Night to Remember Overdose Awareness Event in Levittown.  STR is a comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment program in Middletown Township serving approximately 75 individuals a month. The event, attended by current program participants, graduates, and their extended family,

Hepatitis A Found In Philadelphia Food Worker

PHILADELPHIA–The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has recently confirmed that a person who works at the Imperial Kitchen, located at 3164 Frankford Avenue has acute Hepatitis A. While the risk of Hepatitis A infection is very low, the Health Department recommends that people who purchased food from Imperial Kitchen between Sunday, July 21st and Tuesday,

The Middletown Grange Fair Runs Until Sunday

By Alex Lloyd Gross You have until Sunday, August 18 to make it to the Grange Fair. The it is gone until next year. This show is free to get in. It is held at the Middletown Grange Fairgrounds which is actually in Wrightstown Twp.  It is on Penns Park Road.  Once you arrive you

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