Last season the organization screened 80 official selections from 16 countries. Residents of Bucks County and the surrounding area may not be aware of the Festival’s national and international acclaim.
The small library has created what is known as one of best weekend faires around, so even if you don’t want to be part of the Magic, you will not want to miss it this September 17th and 18th on the donated Middletown Grange Fairgrounds in Wrightstown.
According to new federal data, alcohol is killing Americans at a rate not seen in the last 35 years. The substance abuse treatment field is moving toward a long-term integrative approach, very much like the care for diabetes or hypertension.
Make no mistake; the small business owner – particularly solopreneurs – wears many hats. You must be well-versed in all things related to your business.
NHS Cares, in existence since 2008, evolved out of informal and informational conversations among concerned community persons about the destructive influence of drugs and alcohol on the youth in the New Hope-Solebury community.
Since most people today store their photos in their phones or in other electronic devices, having tangible photos becomes an especially meaningful keepsake, and New Hope Photo has a large variety of options on which you can display them.
New Hope Photo, established in 1984 by Ted Nichols, is the only independent photo store in the New Hope/Lambertville area.
“Although we continue to offer that traditional personalized service from the past, we have evolved over the years to remain relevant in today’s digital age of photography,” says Ted, who has a lifelong interest in this industry.
America “Runs on Dunkin’,” and as of this month, so does Washington Crossing! Dunkin’ Donuts has opened its doors at 1118 General Washington Memorial Boulevard (formerly Plan B Bistro & Bar), becoming the only Dunkin’ Donuts in this area.
“We went to great lengths to conform to the aesthetics of this community,” says JT Young, co-owner of this new Dunkin’ Donuts location. “As opposed to the bright bold colors typically associated with Dunkin’ Donuts, we used softer, more neutral colors both inside and outside to fit in with the existing buildings in town.”
JT explained that there are different types of Dunkin’ Donuts models from which to choose, and they selected the top-of-the-line model for this location.
This toy store has a long-standing tradition in Bucks County, established over 50 years ago as The Vendor Shoppe in Lahaska and acquired by Doris Thompson in 1984, but to understand the tradition of this business you must understand the story behind it.
Doris’ retail story was built on an idea, a dream and hard work. During the late 1960’s, she had stumbled upon a miniature fur mouse created in Germany. Looking to create a business, Doris bought a container of these fur mice and established The Little Mouse Factory in Rockledge, PA.