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For more than two hours, dozens of Doylestown Borough residents again implored the community’s zoning hearing board to protect their close-knit neighborhood from a hotel plan they said will derail the lifestyle they’ve enjoyed for decades.

HISTORY LIVES: Village of Edison

The Village of Edison south of Doylestown was formerly called Bridge Point, due to its seven-arch stone bridge which was part of the main road connecting Philadelphia with Doylestown, Easton and New …

For the second year, hundreds of people are expected to walk through downtown Doylestown Saturday to raise funds for agencies helping the area’s unhoused.

Passionate about books? Interested in collaborating with authors? Seize the opportunity! The Bucks County Book Festival is seeking volunteers to contribute to the festival’s ongoing success and …

HISTORY LIVES: Sid Stratton

Black History MonthSid Stratton. Grayson Savoy “Sid” Stratton (1900-1993) was born in Doylestown and educated at the Pennsylvania Soldier’s Orphans’ School at Scotland, PA, where he learned …

On Feb. 10, two churches with very different racial demographics co-hosted a special event celebrating African American History in Bucks County during Black History Month. Second Baptist Church of …

When Dr. Daniel Nesi was treating a child whose family had no health insurance, he was deeply concerned about the matter and took his concerns to Doylestown Hospital’s president and CEO Richard Reif. As they discussed the difficult challenges for the uninsured, Dr. Nesi, then the hospital’s chief of staff, and Reif quickly agreed it was the hospital’s responsibility to provide services for those in need in Bucks County.

Salem Church on East Court Street is running its annual food drive during the month of February. It is collecting nonperishable food along with personal items for those who are experiencing food …

HISTORY LIVES: Handmade Valentine

Henry Hohlbain (1788-1877), of New Britain Township, created this cutout valentine in 1812. It is dedicated to his valentine and childhood sweetheart Martha Thomas (1795-1868).

The Doylestown Photo Club is presenting its reflections on love this month at an exhibit at the Peddler’s Village Visitor & Event Center. The “I ‘Heart’ Photography Exhibit” runs daily …

Second Baptist Church of Doylestown’s Christ and Cultural Humility group and Doylestown Presbyterian Church’s Matthew 25 Task Force invite the community to celebrate Bucks County African American …

Court Street in Doylestown Borough is hopping. A new 1,200+-square-foot craft brewpub, an 84-seat restaurant and lower-level wine bar with additional tasting room for 20 (and residences above both) …

HISTORY LIVES: Camp Meeting

In August of 1889, a broadside was posted all over Doylestown, promoting a camp meeting “in Mr. Fisher’s Grove on East Street near the borough line.” It was sponsored by …

Doylestown Health is sponsoring a free monthly “Memory Café” from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month beginning on Feb. 8. The café takes place in the Teen Center at the YMCA of …

Enjoy rousing renditions of beloved show tunes as Doylestown Presbyterian Church hosts “The Broadway Concert,” its next offering in the Celebrate the Arts Concert Series. All are invited to the …

Shoppers at the new Target at the Doylestown Shopping Center should have no trouble identifying where to park when picking up their orders after the store opens later this year.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said construction will continue on a project to improve safety by constructing roundabouts at the intersection of Easton Road and New Britain …

The open floor plan

Does your open floor plan have inviting, cozy spaces? While open floor plans are often associated with loft, industrial and large-scale barn conversion living, they are common in new construction and …

HISTORY LIVES: Corner of Church, Lacy and North Main streets

The Five Points Hotel at 235 N. Main St. was once owned by William B. Crouthamel, a Republican. The late Judge Harmon Yerkes, a staunch Democrat, was on …

Singer-songwriter Anthony Green, whose music releases in the screamo, acoustic alternative, indie, emo, and EDM genres have earned him a massive global fan base, recently visited School of Rock …

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