When it’s cold outside, a full-bodied red wine can warm you up, which is why Bucks County Wine Trail vineyards are the place to be on weekends in January and February. Before you go though, check out their recommendations for some outstanding reds to enjoy this winter…and all year long!
Just when you thought the weather was quieting down, Old Man Winter is preparing to rear his white and wizened head later this weekend, when forecasters say he could wallop our area with snow and ice.
If you think it feels more like January than early November, you’re not alone. Temperatures have taken a nose dive throughout the area due to an invasion of Arctic air; an invasion that will receive a reinforcement on Tuesday, when snow is also possible.
Summer is a time for fun, but it can also be a time for crime, especially with behavioral patterns that deviate from what the norm is during the rest of the year and many families spending more time outside and away from home.
Frequent visitors of Creekside Marketplace may soon have another way to manage their funds while out shopping. At their meeting on Wednesday, Lower Saucon Township council discussed a land development waiver that would bring a drive-up ATM to the shopping center on Route 412.
It could be a windy start to the work week, according to the National Weather Service, so if you have lightweight items stored outside–or outdoor activities or travel planned–you may want to monitor the weather forecast.
Life is short. Why not give yourself or someone you love something truly special to look forward to, by booking a trip with family or friends to locally-owned and highly-rated Ohi Kapua Place on the famed Kona Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island? It’s closer than you think.
In an email Friday, Government and Community Relations spokesperson for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Garrett Jochnau said Bieber bus service to and from the terminal will be discontinued July 28 ‘due to a pattern of nonpayment and a default on their licensing agreement with the terminal.’
A popular commuter mode of transportation between Hellertown and New York City could be disrupted in the near future.