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More than 800 BCCC students graduated Thursday from Bucks County Community College during a ceremony at the Newtown Campus.
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Someone pretending to be an FBI agent called a Bucks County resident Thursday and demanded personal information, according to police.
The 24th annual Tyler Tasting Party will be held June 1 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at Bucks County Community College's Newtown Campus.
Bucks County Community College’s Department of the Arts is hosting a free concert series, which continues this week with three performances.
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The event, to be held Saturday, will feature food, kids' activities, music and vendors. Proceeds will go to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, from Bucks County, has introduced a bill that would mandate the installation of secondary barriers in airline cockpits.
The Wrightstown Farmers Market will be held every Saturday until Thanksgiving. Opening day activities include live music, free plants and monster bubble blowing for the kids.
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