Date archive forJuly, 2020
By Staff On Friday, July 31st, 2020

VIDEO: Heart-pounding footage of police rescuing horse from burning barn

Hilltown Township Police released dramatic video footage of a horse being rescued from a burning barn last week by two heroic, tenacious officers. When police arrived at the scene of the fire in the 1500 block More...

By Staff On Thursday, July 30th, 2020

Annual sculpture exhibition opens Saturday at New Hope Arts

“Feeling Beautiful” by Keith Holt New Hope Arts’ annual juried sculpture exhibition opens on Saturday, ending a five-month closure of the gallery space. “Sculpture 2020” is structured More...

By Charlie Sahner On Wednesday, July 29th, 2020

Covid-19 cases on the rise in New Hope, Solebury

The number of covid-19 cases in New Hope and Solebury has been moving up in recent days, according to the Bucks County Health Department. New Hope had 10 active cases as of Tuesday, up two from a day earlier, More...

By Staff On Monday, July 27th, 2020

New Hope woman in semifinals to be Maxim Covergirl

New Hope resident and businesswoman Revi Haviv is in the running for the chance to appear on the cover of Maxim magazine. Haviv, 37, is among 64 semi-finalists out of approximately 34,000 candidates who were originally More...

By Staff On Friday, July 24th, 2020

PennDOT offers non-binary gender designation on driver licenses

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) on Thursday announced that it now offers a non-binary gender designation option for its driver licenses and photo identification cards. “Our identity documents More...

By Staff On Thursday, July 23rd, 2020

ACME Screening Room presents ‘Do the Right Thing’ on Saturday in Lambertville

ACME Screening Room continues its summer “carpool cinema” series at 204 N. Union St. in Lambertville on Saturday night with the Spike Lee film “Do the Right Thing.” The parking lot opens at 8 p.m., with More...

By Staff On Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020

OPINION: New Hope can make it if we all do our part

By Mike Wieners It is 95 degrees and it feels like 106.  I have been on my feet outside for six straight hours. I am hot, sweaty and exhausted. Despite this, I am happy — happy to be able to do what I More...

By Charlie Sahner On Sunday, July 19th, 2020

Canceled for covid: New Hope Auto Show, Craft Fair, PrideFest

New Hope Auto Show (file) Few will be surprised that amid rising covid-19 infection rates, three major New Hope events that had been holding out hope to open on a limited basis have decided to cancel altogether. The More...

By Charlie Sahner On Friday, July 17th, 2020

Plea deal reached in case involving driver who struck New Hope pedestrian in February

Photo: Deanne McBeath A plea agreement has been reached in a case involving a Philadelphia woman who struck a Morrisville man with her minivan as he walked his dog near the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge on Feb. More...

By Staff On Thursday, July 16th, 2020

Passing of Mary P. Dorman of Lambertville

Mary P. “Petie” Dorman, died at her home in Lambertville on Tuesday, July 14.  She was 95. Born and raised in West Orange, N.J., she was given the affectionate nickname “Petie” by her husband while they More...