Rosemont Café will reopen after fire
Smoke and water damage has temporarily closed the recently reopened Rosemont Café in Rosemont, N.J., where the owners vow to reopen soon.
Durham planner quits after clash with board
Planning Commission Chairman David Juall has resigned his Durham Township post citing “too many barriers and challenges to overcome.”
Renovations could hit $112M
School closings, renovations and the construction of a new school with an estimated cost of $112 million have been recommended for the Quakertown Community School District.
PennEast Pipeline opponents update
residents on status
Ninety residents attended a meeting that offered an update of the planned PennEast pipeline and the status of the fight against it.
Perkasie brewery found in compliance
Free Will Brewing Co. in Perkasie has been found to be in compliance with borough laws despite protests from a neighboring residence.
Doylestown resident an economic development guru
Stephen Barth of Doylestown has developed a reputation as an economic development expert for small towns including Perkasie and New Britain.
Declining enrollment a problem
at Stockton public school
Only one kindergartener is expected to start school in Stockton, N.J., this fall, an example of declining enrollment at the the town’s tiny school.
Bernstein resigns from Lincoln Center post
Jed Bernstein, the producing director who brought live theater back to the Bucks County Playhouse, has resigned his Lincoln Center post amid controversial reports.
Quakertown School District cuts tax hike to 2.4 percent
Quakertown Community School District members approved a 2.4 percent tax hike after rejecting a proposal that would have increased taxes by 3.87 percent.
Baseball supporter Clayton Molnar honored
Quakertown Little League baseball will honor longtime supporter Clayton Molnar by naming its baseball complex after him.
Upper Bucks Tech administrators
to speak in China
Two administrators from Upper Bucks County Technical School are headed for an international education conference in Yantai, China.
Two Haycock roads a priority
Two roads in Haycock Township have been designated as a high priority for improvements by PennDOT.
Chalfont principal named among
the national best
Joseph Brereton, principal of Simon Butler Elementary School Chalfont, has been named a National Distinguished principal.
Central Bucks budget stands
with no tax hike
The spending plan is higher but there is no increase in taxes under the terms of the 2016-17 Central Bucks School District budget.
Tinicum chooses new surface
material for dirt roads
ABE Materials of Easton is now responsible for providing a new surface material for dirt and gravel roads in Tinicum Township.
Photographers capture Frenchtown’s essence in a day on the town
More than 40 photographers visited Frenchtown on Earth Day weekend to take pictures for a special exhibit.