The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission last month advanced preparations for the Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project with the award of a final design contract to a prominent engineering firm with international credentials. The contract was authorized with the Hamilton Township, Mercer County, N.J. office of Michael Baker, Jr., Inc., a subsidiary of Michael Baker International, to provide final and post-design services for a not-to-exceed amount of $22.49 million.
The Langhorne American Legion, Jesse W. Soby Post 148 is making plans for their 96th consecutive Memorial Day Parade, which honors all Veterans that have served and sacrificed in all of America’s wars and conflicts.
If you or your group would like to participate in the parade, contact parade Chairman Joanne Elliott at 215-431-6372, or send correspondence to the American Legion Post 148, 115 W. Richardson Avenue, Langhorne, PA 19047.
The parade will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th, at 9:00am, and will begin and end at the Post Home, 115 W. Richardson Avenue.
Pictured in back row are Dave Fleming (assistant coach), Kevin Heltzel (head coach), and Bill Schoenemann (assistant coach); middle row, Cole Castagna, Paul Allen, Liam Fleming, Josh Schettino, Colin Heltzel, and Matt Mattia; front row, Ryan Schoenemann, Jesse Kovaschetz, Patrick Courtney, Aiden Jolibois, Ethan Ackerman, and Ryan Bencivengo. Not pictured is assistant coach Kern Jolibois.
State Rep. Tina Davis’ office has received Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program application forms from the PA Department of Revenue and her staff is ready to help you file yours.
The rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians 65 or older, widows and widowers 50 or older, and people with disabilities 18 or older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters. Half of Social Security income is excluded and the maximum standard rebate is $650.
- Samuel Hewish with his “Gross Toilet” experiment. What’s in it?!
- Henry Flynn and Cole Roba’s project asked the question, “What’s In Your Soap?”
- Antonia Opoku with her “M & M Survival Challenge.”
- Luke Lindsey explains his “Volcano” project.
- Erin D’Alicandro’s project discussed the dynamics of the “Tsunami.”
- Isabel Vega’s project explored “Our Solar System.”
With i.d. mate Quest®, the user can quickly add additional voice recorded information to existing products or to items not found in the database. Additional bar code labels are available to label any product or item that does not already have a bar code. When presented with the bar code scanner, Ms. Ronsiville said, “Now I can go shopping on my own!”
Pictured are Lions Harry Watkins (left) and Don Bader with Beverly.
American Heritage Federal Credit Union President/CEO Bruce K. Foulke recently presented a check to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia from its Kids-N-Hope Foundation, marking the $1,000,000th dollar donated to the hospital.
- The senior girls obstacle course kept them hopping!
- As part of the 11th grade exhibition, “Hawaii,” these young ladies were dressed as…wait for it…pineapples. From left, Emily Curran, Mirando Foster, Julia Andreozzi, and Morgan Goldenbaum.
- Energy levels were high!
- Blue Team Senior Captains, Dan Dogba and Melissa Carson
This past month at Pennington Montessori School the students celebrated the annual Global Festival and Global Cafe. The Global Festival and Cafe is a celebration of cultural diversity and family tradition. Children brought in items that represented their cultural background and items that have been collected from travels across America and the world.
The Detective Christopher Jones Foundation drew from their emergency relief fund and delivered a $1,500 check to the Dahill family of Levittown on Saturday, February 28th.
The family, five adults and three children, sustained major damage to their Coral Lane home after a fire on Friday, February 27th. A family friend reached out to the foundation on Saturday morning using the contact form on the foundation website. After confirming with Fire Marshall Kevin Dipolitto that the fire was accidental, the board voted and approved the emergency relief request and a check was delivered to the family the same afternoon.