The Bucks County Courier Times offices are at 8400 N. Bristol Pike in Levittown, Pennsylvania. The newspaper was founded in 1954, when Calkins Newspapers bought the Bristol Courier, which subsequently combined with the Levitton Times.
As of 2015, the Bucks County Courier Times publishes six days a week and covers Lower Bucks County, which includes the towns of Bristol, Yardley, Langhorne, Newtown and Penndel, in addition to Morrisville, Bensalem and Levittown. The newspaper also covers news and sports for the Council Rock, Neshaminy, Centennial and Pennsbury school districts. The paper prints stories, editorials and photos about municipal and community news, crime and court reports, politics, human interest, and business. It also features entertainment news.