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Chris Rich isn't your typical funny lady. She helped open comedy club doors for anew wave of stand-up comediennes. She also is a cancer survivor... [Read More]
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Each day the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer polls their readers, asking them to weigh in on a question. Questions can cover a... [Read More]
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Liberty Ministries in Montgomery County houses men transitioning from prison life to a more suitable facility. [Read More]
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May will mark one year since veteran comedian Chris Rich developed stage two brain cancer. Despite her diagnosis, Rich never stopped performing—doing standup even while... [Read More]
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Jack Flaherty struck out a career-high 13 to earn his first major league win and Tyler O'Neill homered as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the... [Read More]
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Schwenksville's Liberty Ministries offers a home and recovery support for recently released convicts who battled addiction. [Read More]
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The carnage in Korea 1950-1953 was as bad as Vietnam. A Marine who survived recalls the truce the halted the bombings. [Read More]
For the first time, surgeons at Abington Hospital-Jefferson Health are using a new technology that allows them to connect virtually to colleagues and patient family... [Read More]
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The rain was falling as promgoers arrived, but the pagentry was in full effect Saturday night at the nationally acclaimed Pennsbury High School Senior Prom.... [Read More]
By moving up 2 or 3 spots, Bryan Colangelo and company might be able to land a scorer projected to go much higher prior to... [Read More]
Fundraising led the way to primary victories for the Democratic and Republican nominees in the 1st and 4th congressional districts. [Read More]
About 350 students took part in commencement exercises for Bucks County Community College on Thursday night. West Chester University President and BCCC graduate Christopher Fiorentino... [Read More]
The National Waste and Recycling Association named Republic Services employee Chuck Thorpe driver of the year, recognizing his 20 years of no accidents or injuries... [Read More]
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