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Four Bucks Lawmakers Applaud $100K Grant For Bucks Workforce Board

HARRISBURG, Jan. 16 – State lawmakers from Bucks County applauded a $118,200 grant awarded to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board Thursday to help prepare students for in-demand careers. “Congratulations to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board for bringing home this investment,” said House Commerce Committee Minority Chairman Rep. John Galloway. “Thanks to the board

Rep Wendy Ullman Gets $53,000 in State Grant Money For Bucks County

DOYLESTOWN, Jan. 6 – State Rep. Wendy Ullman, D-Bucks, today announced that Bucks County schools were awarded $53,000 in state grants to help improve students’ employment skills. Bucks County Intermediate Unit 22 and Palisades School District were each awarded $25,000 Teacher in the Workplace Grants, which will enable teachers to visit local employers and identify

Serious Crash Sends Male To Hospital In Lower Makefield

By Alex Lloyd Gross A one vehicle accident happened last night, December 17, 2019. One male sustained serious injuries and had to be removed by cutting apart the car.  He was trapped inside for about 20 minutes.  The crash happened just after 5:00 PM on 285 East ramp to the exit for 332.  No other

Update To Pedestrian Accident In Middletown

By Alex Lloyd Gross The pedestrian struck by a vehicle, in front of the Foxwood Manor Apartments Friday night has died from his injuries.  police said that he was identified as Francis Hibbs of Levittown Pa. He was crossing in front of the driveway when he was struck by a car operated by Jeff Nixon

Man Critically Hurt After Being Hit By Car In Middletown

By Alex Lloyd Gross Middletown Police are investigating an auto versus pedestrian accident that happened just after 8:30 PM  November 29, 2019.  The driver of the striking car was attempting to turn into the Foxwood Manor Apartments  on Veterans Highway, when the unknown pedestrian was struck. The driver stayed at the scene. His vehicle windshield

Almost Two Million Available In Tax Credit In Bucks County Program

HARRISBURG, Nov. 15 – Bucks County lawmakers applauded the approval of almost $2 million as part of the Department of Community and Economic Development projects for the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program. The credits will help improve and expand the services offered by Habitat for Humanity, Philabundance and Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania in Bristol

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