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In key Bucks County, Biden makes his case at Bristol Township drive-in rally

During his speech, Biden touched on many of the same themes and messages he’s raised in past rallies and debates: President Donald Trump’s response to the pandemic, health care and the economy.

By Emily Scott/WHYY

‘It’s been there forever’: African American Museum of Bucks County finds a home with its own rich history

Once a bustling farmhouse, the property has historical ties to the Great Migration of the 20th century, during which 6 million African Americans moved to Northern areas in search of economic opportunity.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

Police and prison guards demand compliance. That only makes situations worse for people with serious mental illness in Pa.

Use of force reports from Bucks County jail offer a glimpse into a criminal justice system unequipped to deal with people who may be having a crisis.

By Brett Sholtis

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Wind damages day care in Bucks County, woman dies after vehicle swept away

High winds around Doylestown Hospital partially tore the roof off the day care center at Children’s Village.
By The Associated Press

Fifteen days after primary, some Pa. counties still finalizing election results

Tidal wave of mail-in ballots prompts calls for fixes ahead of Nov.
By Emily Previti/PA Post