Volunteers Judith Stratton, left, and landscape designer Kali Smalley, right, work to convert the Starbucks parking lot at State and Main streets, Doylestown, into a popup park on Sept. 16. The temporary park, designed in conjuction with a global movement that calls attention to the need for more urban space, was open to the public for three days, from Sept. 16 to 18. More photos HERE.
Durham to vote on plan to join U.S. commission
Ending months of public debate, the Durham Township Board of Supervisors has scheduled a vote on whether or not to join the Lower Delaware Wild and Scenic River Managment Commission.
Perkasie mulls discount for nonprofits
Included in Perkasie’s 2017 budget considerations will be talks on whether to grant a reduced rate for electricity to nonprofit organizations in the borough.
Architect chosen to lead County Theater expansion
The architectural firm of Voith and Mactavish of Philadelphia has been chosen to head the design team for the expansion of the County Theater in Doylestown.
Borough declares Down Syndrome Month
Doylestown Borough has issued a proclamation declaring October as the month to promote, respect and encourage people to celebrate the accomplishments of those with Down syndrome.
New Hope council disagrees on condo plan
New Hope's council agreed on a debt financing plan and new street lighting for the borough, but there was discord when the meeting focused on redeveloping the former Trading Post building.
Restored engine to roll
at Milford Alive!
“Millie,” the restored locomotive, will ride the rails again on Saturday, Sept. 24 as part of the annual Milford Alive! festival in Milford, N.J.
Food, crafts and fun
at Milford Alive! festival
A bed race, live music, fireworks, crafts and food will be part of the annual Milford Alive! festival Sept. 24 in Milford, N.J.
Bedminster delays ruling on baseball building
Concerns about noise prompted Bedminster Township supervisors to table a request for a land development waiver for a building planned by the Plumstead Baseball Association.
Palisades to vote
on all-day kindergarten
A Palisades School District plan to expand to all-day kindergarten received an extensive presentation at a recent board meeting with officials indicating that it likely will be passed.
Words Collection offers meaning in clothes
The Words Collection of “meaningful clothes that promote equality for humanity” is the creation of New Hope artist Hindi Jain, who launches it Sept. 22 at Shop of India.
On the Campaign Trail:
Hillary Clinton talks
at Temple University
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign trail takes her to Temple University in Philadelphia where she promised to fight for everyone, even those who don’t like her.
Broadway composer set
to perform in Doylestown
Jill Santoriello, composer of Broadway's "A Tale of Two Cities" is making an appearance in Doylestown on Sept. 24, to play music from her new musical for The Eckert Group’s “Family Financial Centers Gala for CHOP.”
Landmark Towns Morrisville, Yardley and New Hope, the participating Landmark Towns of Bucks County, will present their annual Community Achievement Awards on Sept. 29.
to present awards