BucksInq Archive: January, 2012

Gov. Corbett to visit Langhorne on Thursday

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Gov. Tom Corbett is scheduled to visit the Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company on Thursday for the ceremonial signing of a bill that designates... Read more
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Talks about Hamilton, Bucks slave in free lecture series

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Alexander Hamilton and the life of a Bucks County slave will be two of the subjects of the winter-spring lecture series at the David Library... Read more

2 Neshaminy coaches replaced for backing striking teachers

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Two boys basketball coaches who honored the picket lines of striking Neshaminy teachers have been suspended and replaced, district officials... Read more
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Neshaminy teachers stage rally; strike to continue

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Neshaminy teachers will continue their strike this week but will return to classrooms Friday, union President Louise Boyd said at a “We... Read more
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A toast to winning Christmas tree

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The results are in for the most popular Christmas tree at the 6th Annual Bucks County Holiday Treefest, and the winner is: “Trim the... Read more
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Neshaminy teachers offer to end strike

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The 654-member Neshaminy Federation of Teachers offered Friday to end their five-day strike to enter around-the clock negotiations with the... Read more
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Neshaminy teachers to strike til Jan. 20

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The 654-member Neshaminy Federation of Teachers plan to stay out on strike until Jan. 20, or until the school district resumes “meaningful”... Read more