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
Looking for fun outdoor activities just a short drive away? Bucks County is home to dozens of parks and recreation areas, befitting its status as
Bucks County is still largely a rural place, its farms and fields preserved and protected by generations of families with close ties to the land.
Did you know that there are castles in Bucks County? In the late 1800s, Doylestown-born historian and archaeologist Henry Mercer
The massive stone walls and warden’s house that make up the core of the Michener Art Museum began as the Bucks County prison
What do Aaron Siskind, Abraham Lincoln, Oscar Hammerstein and the Doan Gang have in common? They’re all subjects of at least one of the 79 Historical