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Group Of GOP Lawmakers Seek To Ban Pa.’s Transgender Student Athletes From Playing Women’s Sports

Colin Deppen of Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, non-partisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG — Five female Republican state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban transgender students in Pennsylvania from playing women’s

Parents Protest To Open Bensalem Schools

by Alex Lloyd Gross A small but vocal group of parents who have children in the Bensalem School District met for a protest at the  Bensalem School Administration Building on Donallen Drive. They want an option to have the schools open, at least part of the time. “This does not work for a lot of

 State Sen Santarsiero to Host Kidsfest at Morrisville HS Saturday

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen State Senator Steve Steve Santarsiero (D-10) is inviting families out to his KidsFest event Saturday at Morrisville High School.  According to a release from Santarsiero’s office more than 30 vendors will be hand for the family-friendly event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow with representatives from Independence Blue Cross-CHIP, Big

Bucks Gets 1.5 Million Grant to Get the Lead Out of Homes

 Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen  The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on Friday announced  Bucks County will get a 1.5 million dollar grant to launch a county wide effort to rid low income homes of lead risks. The press conference to announce the federal grant was held at the Bristol Borough Municipal

Bucks Lawmakers Introduce Kayden’s Law

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Bucks County lawmakers came together Friday afternoon to introduce a bill memorializing 7 -year-old Kaden Mancuso, of Lower Makefield who was killed in a murder suicide during a court ordered visit by her father Jeff Mancuso in August of 2018. State Senator Steve Santarsiero, with state representatives Tina Davis  (D-141)

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

Kicks 4 Kids Drive in Last Week

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Six area businesses have joined forces to help local children and their families kick of the new school year on the right foot. #Kicks4Kids seeks to help families running low on liquidity of resources get children shoes and sneakers they’ll need for the soon to begin school year. We’re just

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