Lighting up a cigarette may not just hurt you and the people around you. Your pet may be paying the price for your habit, too.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved a bill in November that would funnel millions of dollars into the...
A local man remembers growing up as the son of a local sports legend.
In the summer of 1969, the quirky pop star known as Tiny Tim made an appearance at the Levittown Shop-A-Rama.
Here are a few tick-removal tips courtesy of the ASPCA.
Most homeowners who have an underground oil tank on their property are aware by now of the potential troubles it can cause.
In 1976, a group of Christian social workers in Pennsylvania became frustrated by the callous nature of services provided for individuals with mental retardation in their community.
Longtime Levittowners recall spring and summer days from their own youth—when Levittown was teeming with kids and fun could be found everywhere.
Clips from around the web of people tasting the world’s hottest pepper and not faring well.
How many plastic bottles and recyclables were collected along the Delaware River by G.O.A.L. and our volunteers?...
A Levittown boy meets a steel mammoth on a sleepless summer night.
Local veterans find support at Disabled American Veterans #117 in Levittown. Learn more about this organization and find out how you can help.
Think you know hot peppers? Will Broomall will tell you there’s a whole world of peppers, mostly unknown outside of a scattering of aficionados.
PHS junior Justine Wallace celebrates the publication of her first book of poetry.
The Rock & Mineral Club of Lower Bucks County presented “UltraViolation,” a display of glowing fluorescent minerals, at First United Methodist Church in Fairless Hills.
The Dow Chemical Company brought its “DOWbot” robot to visit a science class at Franklin D. Roosevelt Middle School.