For instance, the waning days of winter are some of the best to visit local getaway spots, whether for a day-trip or destination weekend.
The New Hope Historical Society is behind Let’s Visit New Hope, inspired by a group of second grade students who were surveyed about what they were interested in.
One of New Hope’s most famous names and landmark locations is in for a major facelift and groundbreaking on the 25-million dollar project could come as soon as this spring.
Five members of a Bucks County family are facing charges for allegedly conspiring to defraud insurance companies of more than $20 million to live an “excessively extravagant lifestyle” that included exotic sports cars, “Romanesque murals” and more.
The Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival is back for an 18th year this month.
A study is being conducting regarding the future of a new public transit system in the Borough of New Hope.
Check out some additions to the list of Sunday drives in the Philadelphia region.
It’s a once in a lifetime experience for 18 teens from throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties and New Jersey.
Actress Lainie Kazan will close out her two-night, one-woman show in Bucks County tonight.
According to PECO, 4,000 customers in Doylestown/New Hope and north are in the dark.
This weekend Lambertville Hall will open its doors to the public who will have a chance to buy original artwork from community artists from the Bucks County area.
Chris reviews President Obama’s speech at the Lincoln Memorial and his comments on Syria, the decision of New Hope’s mayor not to perform same sex marriages, and cancer survival rates in Great Britain. He talks to Lisa DePaulo about her article in Philadelphia Magazine and Comedian Tom Segura.
An effort is underway in a Bucks County community to try to combat the loud noise from motorcycles that’s creating problems for merchants, visitors, and residents.
The production is based on the iconic movie from the early 1970s and is a coming of age story involving a teen on summer vacation who gets involved with a war bride.
The Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office has released new information pertaining to the death of a Lambertville woman who went missing back in January.