BucksInq Archive: October, 2012

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Four historic homes open for annual fall tour

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Four 18th- and 19th-century homes in scenic Solebury Township and Point Pleasant will be open for tours Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain... Read more
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Historic Bristol Day to open shipbuilders' homes

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The Harriman District of Bristol Borough, site of the Merchant Shipyard Corp. nearly a century ago, will be the focus of the 36th Historic... Read more
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Broadway, TV stars coming to Playhouse

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Broadway and TV stars James Earl Jones and Tyne Daly will help raise an estimated $30,000 to $40,000 for the Bucks County Playhouse this weekend... Read more
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George Washington re-enactor gets 2nd term

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John Godzieba will seve a second term as Gen. George Washington at the annual Dec. 25 reenactment of the colonial army's crossing of the Delaware... Read more
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Free obstacle courses set up for young drivers this weekend

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Pennsylvania’s young drivers, ages 16 to 20, were involved in 26,813 crashes last year, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation... Read more

Commissioners question $167,000 for copy paper

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Bucks County officials, faced with a budget crunch that has forced the lay off of six switchboard operators and probably additional staff,... Read more
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25th annual Delaware Canal Walk to start Saturday

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In 1987, historian Will Rivinus came up with the idea of leading a tour of the 58.9-mile Delaware Canal, where mule-drawn boats once transported... Read more

Seven polling places relocated for Election Day

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The county Board of Elections voted Tuesday to relocate seven polling places in Hilltown, Upper Southampton and Warminster townships for the... Read more