Tonight, at sundown, approximately 8:15 p.m., there will be a vigil at the corner of Main and State streets in Doylestown – as well as others all around the country – in response to President Trump’s comments in Helsinki. Participants are asked to bring a candle.
Heavy equipment has moved into the space at South Main and New streets on New Hope. The original building that housed Odette’s River House will be moved into the space. The building is propped on supports waiting to be taken to its new home.
The redevelopment of the old ceramics factory in Frenchtown is under way with the owners of the property planning to build homes there.
Plumstead Township neighbors of Boy Scout Camp Ockanickon on State Park Road in Pipersville came out to fill the supervisors’ meeting room to ensure that their private wells will be protected by the township ordinance.
Residents from East Rockhill and West Rockhill concerned about well water contamination at their homes packed a July 11 meeting to share their thoughts about how the situation can best be remedied with officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
In a move similar to those recently made by other municipalities in the area, Bedminster Township has acted to add new regulation for short-term rentals.
Electric car drivers will now have two places to charge their vehicles in Doylestown Borough, officials announced earlier this month.
Two projects won approval from the Solebury supervisors on Tuesday, one the New Hope Oral Surgical Center on Route 179 and the other a 10-acre banquet facility at the Route 202 spur approaching the toll bridge.
While Starbucks just recently received approval from the township supervisors to operate a free-standing restaurant and drive-through at the Village of Newtown Shopping Center, residents were surprised to see a group of trees removed near the site of the proposed coffee shop.
The Newtown Township Supervisors voted unanimously July 11, to approve a settlement with Adams Bickle Associates, a Royersford contractor the township hired to install turf at Veterans Park in 2012.
A moment of silence was held at a recent Durham Township meeting for the passing of Robin Millett and Clarice de Limantour, described as “two prominent Durham women.”
A hot mix asphalt plant that formerly existed at a recently reopened quarry in East Rockhill could potentially prove a key point in the ongoing zoning battle between township officials and Richard E. Pierson Materials Corp., the firm running Rockhill Quarry.
Solar Manufacturing will become the first business to set-up shop at the Sellersville Business Campus, a six-lot, 40-acre site once home to the defunct U.S. Gauge operation.
Perkasie Borough Council continues to wrestle with options for managing escalating electricity costs ahead of its upcoming 2019 budget.
School Lane resident Nancy Wolff approached the Solebury Board of Supervisors on Tuesday about the situation under the PECO power lines where her friend was attacked on the path under the lines in April.
Art, music, a mime, puppets and more lined the streets of Frenchtown, N.J., with a celebration of all things François.
Pennridge Community Day took place July 8 at Lenape Park in Perkasie.
Tinicum Park Polo Club celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gala reception and an international match against an Egyptian polo team at Tinicum Park.
The Delaware and Lehigh Canals along with the adjacent landmark towns and villages, make up the Delaware and Lehigh National Canal Corridor which encompasses 165 miles.
The 23rd annual Bucks 5K Series is in the books. Series organizers recognized many of the place-winners recently. Tracey Sawyer and Bob Pultorak were the overall champions.
Quakertown’s Vic Sturgess is making the grade north of the border. The Panthers alumna earned a handful of starts for the McGill University (Montreal) women’s soccer team last fall. She’s also an outstanding student.
Quakertown, Pennridge, Plumstead, Doylestown and Warrington all saw their BuxMont American Legion seasons come to a close in the league postseason tournament, which concluded on Monday.
Four seniors have each been awarded $1,000 scholarships by the Alumni Association of Quakertown Community High School.
Samantha Knoblauch of Doylestown is one of 17 students from Pennsylvania who are participating in a week-long conference of learning, leadership and service as part of Operation Smile’s 27th annual International Student Leadership Conference.
Delaware Valley University recently honored two faculty members with awards and promoted eight faculty members for the 2018 to 2019 academic year.
The Women’s Club of the Heritage Creek Community Association recently presented a check to Doylestown Health Foundation to support Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.
The Upper Bucks YMCA in Quakertown, will offer free access to its facility as part of Community Gift Week, July 26 to 31.
Our time on this planet and how we live life has become the great equalizer.
Hypericum perforatumhas historically been used to treat a variety of health issues because early physicians tended to assume that physical characteristics of a plant were messages from the gods about how they could be used medicinally.
Jeanne Dobie, who received Best in Show for her watercolor painting, was one of nearly 180 talented artists whose works were featured in the art show at this year’s two-day Tinicum Arts Festival.
A variety of locally grown produce, baked goods and more are available each Saturday morning at the Plumsteadville Farmers Market, which is open through October.
A big fan of Lambertville, N.J., Santiago Orosco opened Under the Moon Café earlier this year in the former home of Siam restaurant.
Terrence McNally’s farce, “It’s Only a Play” opened last weekend at Lanhorne Players in Newtown and includes an especially entertaining second act.
Town & Country Players presents “Peter and the Starcatcher,” which provides backstory for the characters Peter Pan, Mrs. Darling, Tinkerbell and Captain Hook.
The Lenape Chamber Ensemble closes its 32nd season of Summer Gala Concerts in Bucks County on July 21 with a performance featuring violinist Emily Daggett-Smith; violist Brett Duebner, the Wister Quartet’s Nancy Bean and Lloyd Smith and prize-winning pianist Marcantonio Barone.
Phoenix Art Supply & Framing in Doylestown, hosts its annual 40 ART show – billed as “the biggest little art exhibition in these parts.”
An exhibit of paintings by Bruce Garrity opens Sunday, July 22, at The Pennswood Art Gallery in Newtown wich will include a wine and cheese reception on the opening day.
The unique work of Stockton, N.J., artist-illustrator Robert Burger will be featured in a solo art exhibition at the Software School in Flemington, N.J., beginning July 21.
Art patrons and devotees are invited to view select local artists’ works underway during month of July at Gathering, Gallery and Boutique ... and Garden in Doylestown.
New Hope’s Clarion, formerly the Ramada, is home to 137 guest rooms, a dozen suites, and after nearly eight months of renovations that totaled approximately $3 million, the hotel features a brand-spanking new look and amenities.
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A soccer team of adolescents from a remote village in from Thailand helps to unite the world.
Auditor General DePasquale expands scope of voting security audit outreach in wake of latest Indictments of Russian Hackers
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