If you have a small business, we have resources to help you succeed, including a digital video production studio, Smartblock workspace cubes and
It’s our anniversary! The Bucks County Free Library turned 60 on October 16, and we’re celebrating!
During Women’s History Month we celebrate the achievements of notable women, including three who called Bucks County home:
For 30 years, between 1936 – 1966, a postal worker named Victor Green published a series of travel guides designed to help black travelers find
Pennsylvania is home to many Underground Railroad sites. In fact, every county in the Commonwealth claims to have at least one
It’s all about impact! A recent report by the Pew Research Center revealed that people see libraries as an important part of their community fabric.
Congratulations to Allison Templeton of Yardley, who was named 2nd Place Grand Prize Winner and Pennsylvania State Winner in the “A Book
Cats may rule the Internet, but 72 years ago a dog named Lassie ruled movie screens and then, for 19 seasons, television screens.
The Burpees were a well-established Philadelphia family descended from French Canadian Huguenots. W. Atlee Burpee, born in 1858, was expected to
The Atlas Obscura website notes that in 1890 J.J. Ott gave a remarkable concert for the Buckwampum historical society. What made the concert