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Labor Day Weekend in Bucks County

Jack Firnenothe Wire

You could host a party, turn up the radio or fire up your own barbecue this holiday weekend — or you can have someone else do all that for you. 767 more words

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WireENTERTAINMENT: Mango Men celebrate 20 years of fun-in-the-sun music

Jack Firnenothe Wire

Summer may be coming to a close, but it’s always warm and sunny at a Mango Men show.

This summer marks 20 years for the Bucks County-based band, which has played everywhere from small bars in the suburbs to 70,000-seat arenas — not to mention community festivals, wineries and pretty much anywhere else people want to hear live music and have a good time. 712 more words

Bucks County

Entries for the Peddler's Village Scarecrow Competition are being accepted through Sept. 7

Jack Firneno, the Wire

If you find technology frightening, then you may be able to enter both new categories at the Peddler’s Village scarecrow competition with one submission. 470 more words

Bucks County

Pain in Your Neck?

Caran Kalish, LMT, has a really good point with this article!

What position is your neck in right now? Are you sitting in front of a computer or leaning over table? 238 more words

Women's Newspaper

Brotherly Love: Blind Brothers Reach For A Cure

By Ukee Washington

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Two Bucks County brothers, both blind from the same rare genetic condition, don’t let that stop them. For years, they’ve been raising money for research. 346 more words

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Lawyer For Local Artist Who Painted Pope Portrait Negotiating With Getty

By Mark Abrams

UPPER MAKEFIELD TWP., Pa. (CBS) – A lawyer representing a Bucks County artist who painted the official portrait of Pope Francis to mark his Philadelphia visit has opened talks with an international photo service. 188 more words


Bucks County Community College Teacher Claims He Was Fired For Mentioning God In Letter To Students

BUCKS COUNTY, P.A., (CBS) — A Bucks County Community College teacher says he was fired for mentioning God in a farewell letter to students. Mitch Anderson claimed a student in his Astronomy class was unhappy with what he wrote and turned him in to the school. 362 more words

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