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Author: Kyle Seckinger

Looking for Support?

Bucks County has a wealth of support program options at NAMI. NAMI Bucks County PA is a 501(c)(3) grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness through recovery-focused support, education and advocacy. They are Bucks County’s Voice on Mental Health, and home to the Community Support Program (CSP) of Bucks County. Some programs include: chronic pain, depression, self-harm, LGBTQ and veteran’s support groups. For a full list see: https://namibuckspa.org/support/

Call the NAMI HelpLine at 1-866-399-6264, 10AM-10PM EST  |  Or text “NAMI” to 741741 for 24/7, confidential, free crisis counseling

Halloween Happening – October 27th 2022

Your favorite fall tradition is back and it’s bringing TRUNK-OR-TREAT with it! We will enjoy performances by The Joy of Movement Dance Company. Roar Wick will be there decked out in the season’s spookiest costume. While you are here, walk among our Scarecrow Showdown and see the winners of the four prize categories. Need a last minute costume before the Big Night? Or are you looking to off load last years costumes? Stop by our costume vault and make the swap.

Where: Community Park – 1733 Township Greene, Jamison

When: October 27th 2022 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Hartsville Fire Co – September 11th Memorial Event

News Release

On Sunday, September 11, 2022 the Hartsville Fire Company will hold a 9-11 Flag Memorial and Memorial Service. The Flag Memorial will consist of a display of 403 American flags on the front lawn of the Fire Station. The flags represent the 343 New York City firefighters, 37 New York Port Authority officers and the 23 New York Police Dept. officers who died while saving others on 9-11-2001. Two additional flags will represent Volunteer Firefighters John Kulick and Tristan Smith who were killed in action in Iraq.

The station will be open from sun-up to sundown for visitors who may wish to “stop, reflect and remember”. Although emergency responders are foremost in our thoughts and prayers, we wish to remember everyone who lost their lives in New York City, Washington, DC and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001.

A Memorial Service will be held at 7:00 PM. It will include a reading of the names of the fallen Firefighters and Police Officers. The public is invited and attendees encouraged to assist with reading the names and retrieving the flags.

Stony Road Construction

The Stony Road construction project will begin on Tuesday, July 5th. The project involves varying width widening along Stony Road between Bentley Drive and Turkeytrot Road. The widening will help to stabilize the low side edge of the road and offer a bike/pedestrian lane. Access will remain for residents of Stony Road; however, thru-traffic is discouraged and may not be possible at times. The duration of construction is expected to be 3-4 weeks.

22nd Annual Firefighter Camp

The Hartsville Fire Company in Warminster Township, Buck County will hold their 22nd annual Firefighter Camp July 6, 13, 20 & 27th from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Open to anyone 14 years of age or older.

This is a hands-on program that will teach individual skills as well as team skills. The final night of the program will feature a simulated fire with all attendees responding on the fire truck. If you ever dreamed of finding out what skills it takes to become a firefighter, this is your chance. Free camp T-Shirts for all attendees. 

This event is a joint effort by the firefighters in Warminster, Warwick and Warrington Townships.

To register or for more information contact President93@hartsvillefc.org

Stony Road Widening Plan

The Warwick Township Public Works Department will be undertaking a road widening project on Stony Road. The project will widen the road an average of 4 feet between Turkey Trot Road and Bentley Drive.  The purpose of the road widening is to make the road safer for vehicular traffic and pedestrians, and reinforce the edges to ensure road stability. The location of the widening will vary from side to side depending on the terrain.

Any mailboxes, driveways, etc. affected by this widening will be restored or replaced by the Township to pre-construction condition.

The project is expected to take 2-3 weeks depending on the weather.  The work is expected to begin mid to late spring. Additional notice will be provided as we get closer to the construction start date. All construction will be within the Township Right of Way.

Full access to your homes will remain during construction.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 215-491-6641.

Thank-you,

Mark Rambo, Director of Public Works