Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The lower portion of Bucks County was sparred the worst of the weather.
Light snow blanketed pockets of grass at Core Creek Park in Middletown by afternoon on Tuesday. While much of the area missed the inch plus of snow that some TV forecasters called for, the northern parts of the area received a fresh coating of wet snow. Major roads were just wet and some side streets were dotted with patches of snow and slush. Highways like I-95, Route 1 and Route 13 remained free of snow and all schools operated on normal schedules. Parts of the central and northern section of the county received a healthier coating of snow. The National Weather Service's Mount Holly office is calling for rain and snow to continue throughout the rest of the afternoon and diminish after sundown. Little to no additional accumulation is …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Kayakers enjoy a fall day in Middletown Township.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The 5K run and walk, taking place Saturday, April 21, is aimed at bone and joint health awareness.
St. Mary Medical Center will host Jog for Joints at Core Creek Park. The 5K run and walk that promotes bone and joint health will take place on Saturday, April 21. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. outside of the development center at St. Mary's. The event will begin in the parking lot across from the emergency department and will continue through Core Creek Park. To better educate the public on joint replacement and the comprehensive orthopedic services offered at the medical center, a brunch will be held following the run and walk. At the brunch, Dr. George Cautilli, the Medical Director at St. Mary Joint Replacement Center and nurse and hip-replacement patient, Rita Demko will speak. “There are many benefits to living an active …
Monday, January 16, 2012
Members of the NFT supported by several other unions held a labor rally Monday.
As temperatures struggled to reach 20 degrees Monday morning, members of the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers and several other unions rallied at Core Creek Park to support the striking teachers and celebrate the role of labor unions in America. The crowd of several hundred union members burst into applause and cheers when NFT President Louise Boyd announced teachers will remain on strike come Tuesday morning. Read more: NFT Will Not Return to Work Tuesday The invitation-only event, which coincided with Dr. Martin Luther King Day, focused the Neshaminy teacher's fight to get contract that both the board and NFT can agree on. “Martin Luther King would be proud of us,” Charlie White of President Teamsters Local 830 told the crowd of several …