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Did you know the Warminster Library has many online resources that are FREE? You can apply for an eCard online and instantly access
their digital resources:
Some of their offerings are The Philadelphia Inquirer and The New York Times, Consumer Reports, HeritageQuest (genealogy assistance), Hoopla (download and stream music, videos, e-audiobooks, e-comics and ebooks). You can listen, read and watch on your phone, computer or tablet.
The library also offers Pennsylvania POWER Library Network. Access it at: buckslib.org/e-library
It features a variety of e-resources: Health and Wellness, a Science Reference Center, Academic OneFile (articles from scholarly journals and podcasts, transcripts and videos from NPR, CNN, & BBC Worldwide Learning). This is only a small sample of the library’s digital resources. Now is a good time to take advantage of the Library’s resources.
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WARMINSTER, PA — A $3 million project to overhaul and expand Warminster Community Park is set to begin in late spring, 2020 officials said.
A new pavilion with restrooms, a splash pad, soccer fields, trails, softball fields and more parking are all included in the work.
The planned work also will include new PVC fencing, storm water runoff work, access to the park from Bristol Road and landscaping on the former runway.
Once it begins, construction is expected to take 4-5 months. During that time, some trails and runway access may be closed, officials said. They encourage residents planning to use the park during that time to follow all signs and detours.
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