This Bucks County Town was Ranked One of the Most Charming in All of Pennsylvania
Home prices are skyrocketing nationwide, including in these Bucks County towns, which have the fastest-growing home prices in Pennsylvania. A popular town in Bucks County was ranked as one of the best small towns in the entire state, with other local areas making the list as well. Emily Zemler wrote about this town and others for PureWow.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in Hatfield, PA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near hatfield.
No-Show NJ Contractor Wanted In Bucks County
Bernard Kanuck of Franklinville, NJ is the owner of Alpha One Construction LLC, said Central Bucks Regional police in a release. Investigators say Kanuck was contacted by a Doylestown business owner about sidewalk repair. He started the job but stopped showing up, according to police. Elsewhere in the borough, authorities...
Quakertown Farmers Market welcomes new retail and food vendors
RICHLAND TWP., Pa. - New and expanding businesses are continuing to keep the retail lineup fresh at the Quakertown Farmers Market, affectionately known as “Q-Mart” to locals, in upper Bucks County. The expansive shopping venue, at 201 Station Road in Richland Township, over the past few months has...
Savor the Ocean's Bounty: Top 5 Seafood Restaurants in Doylestown
In this article, we're exploring five top-rated seafood restaurants in Doylestown. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
Getting to the bottom of the mystery of Hilltop Silo in Buckingham
We agreed on one question when I showed daughter Genevieve the photo I took: “What’s that?” To us, it looked like something out of the sci-fi series “Lost”. The image was of an 82-foot-high cement silo notched with windows and rising to a suspended disk platform bristling with antennae. A landing pad for a UFO?
Bucks County Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Bucks County reported a total of 8 crime cases. The most common type of crime was 'Arrest', accounting for more than half of the total cases with a count of 5. This was followed by 'Vandalism', 'Theft', and 'Domestic Related' crimes, each with 1 reported case. It's important to note that the crimes were evenly spread throughout the week, with no apparent spike on any specific day. Given the nature of the reported crimes, it's clear that law enforcement authorities in the place are dealing with a mix of offenses, ranging from the more severe like 'Arrest' to less severe ones like 'Vandalism'.
Anti-Theft Shopping Cart Fails to Deter ‘Giant’ Shoplifter: Police
Anti-theft technology installed on a store shopping cart failed to prevent a man from stealing beer and other items from a Giant supermarket in upper Bucks County, police said Wednesday. Est. Read Time: 3 mins. Anti-theft technology installed on a store shopping cart failed to prevent a man from stealing...
Secret Cave That Used to Serve as Hideout for Revolutionary War Outlaws Discovered in Bucks County
A secret cave that used to house Revolutionary War outlaws, also known as the Doan gang, was discovered in Bucks County and is currently being excavated. A secret cave that used to house Revolutionary War outlaws–British spies and armed thieves also known as the Doan gang – was recently discovered in Bucks County and is currently being excavated, writes John McDevitt for KYW Newsradio.
Connecticut Couple Killed In Pennsylvania Crash, Bucks County DA Says
Richard and Rebecca Whiddon, 37 and 33, were passengers in a Nissan that was struck near the corner of Veterans Highway and Ford Road on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 24, Daily Voice reported. Both were pronounced dead at the scene, officials said. The driver and another passenger in the Nissan were...
‘Glenn’ Tried to Open Fraudulent Credit Card Account: Police
Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin are investigating an attempt by someone using the name ‘Glenn’ to open a fraudulent credit account in the name of a Riegelsville borough resident. Est. Read Time: < 1 min. Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin are investigating an attempt by someone using the...
Police: Man conspired with son to buy, sell controlled substances in Bucks
WARRINGTON TWP., Pa. - A Bucks County man is being accused of conspiring with his son to buy and sell controlled substances. Mark Francis Serafin, of Chalfont, turned himself in Wednesday, according to a news release from the Warrington Township Police Department. Mark conspired with his son, Brian Jackson Serafin,...
These Bucks County Towns Had the Most Expensive Homes in Pennsylvania
Five Bucks County towns are among the top twenty-five most expensive municipalities for purchasing a home in Pennsylvania. Five Bucks County towns are among the top twenty-five most expensive municipalities for purchasing a home in Pennsylvania, according to Stacker. Stacker compiled the list based on data from Zillow home prices...
As Macy’s Plans for Nationwide Closures, Are Bucks and Montco Stores Spared?
The future of the Macy’s stores at Oxford Valley, and other local malls remains uncertain amid the plans to close stores nationwide. The future of the Macy’s stores at Oxford Valley, Willow Grove, and Montgomery malls remains uncertain amid the department store chain’s plans to close 150 stores nationwide, write Julia Gomez and Peg Quann for the Bucks County Courier Times.
New assisted living complex to be built in Solebury; future age-restrict housing planned
Groundbreaking is planned in early March for The Birches at New Hope, the first senior-living community for those needing assisted or memory care to be built near the borough in neighboring Solebury. The project may be the first part of Heritage Senior Living's plans for Solebury. The developer also is...
Tesla opens first dealership in Bucks County
Tesla has opened a Warminster showroom, its first for electric-powered vehicles in Bucks County. The new dealership is at 700 N. York Road, across the street from Archbishop Wood High School. It is the sixth Tesla dealership to open in the Philadelphia metropolitan area with others located in Devon, King...
New Charges For Tenant Who Started Blaze At Occupied Ringoes Home: Prosecutor
Onika Johnson was charged with arson on Thursday, Feb. 29 after originally being charged last August with attempted murder, aggravated arson and criminal mischief, Hunterdon County First Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Paravecchia said. On Sunday, May 21, 2023, Johnson intentionally started a fire in the garage at 8 Whitetail Way in...
Meridian Bank House of the Week: Cozy Brick Craftsman in Ottsville
An attractive brick craftsman home with four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms is for sale at 9089 Easton Road in Ottsville. An attractive brick craftsman home on 0.83 lovely acres with four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms is for sale at 9089 Easton Road in Ottsville.
Montgomery County judge declares mistrial in case of two 23-year-olds charged with murder along Schuylkill River Trail
A Montgomery County jury was unable to reach a unanimous decision on homicide charges in the trial of two 23-year-olds accused of shooting and killing a 25-year-old man. The judge declared a mistrial.
How these Bucks County bars have transformed as patrons want more than a beer and a shot
It’s a staple in every town — that local corner bar where the drinks and food are as steady and reliable as the people who work there. These no-frills neighborhood bars have attracted regulars who want nothing more than to pull up a stool, order their go-to drink and catch up with the other locals. But as a new generation of bar patrons age up, much of what previously brought people out to the bars has evolved to where customers expect more than just a shot and a beer.