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More than $4 million in funding from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority is coming to Doylestown Township to help remove so-called “forever chemicals” from some of its water supply, state and federal officials announced this week.

HISTORY LIVES: Fordhook Farm

In 1888, Washington Atlee Burpee (1858-1915) purchased about 100 acres of land outside of Doylestown and named it Fordhook Farm, after his ancestor’s estate in England.

Rugby notes

On July 13, the Doylestown Rugby Academy high school boys team traveled to its final 7s tournament of the summer – Surfside 7s located just off the beach in Stone Harbor, N.J.

The anticipated merger of Doylestown Health with the University of Pennsylvania Health System may come in mid-August, according to multiple sources.

Doylestown Borough officials have cordoned off the front of a three-story building at 34 W. State St. after some brick had loosened around a window, Karyn L. Hyland, the borough’s director of building and zoning, said Monday.

As it starts the next phase of its environmental improvement plan, the Bucks County Historical Society is set to remove approximately 15 dead trees from its Fonthill property in Doylestown Township.

Some might say Dave Burger and Doylestown Borough are synonymous. The borough’s parks and facilities foreman and assistant director of public works has spent his 30-year career here.

A hawk parks it in a reserved spot in front of the Bucks County Free Library’s Doylestown branch Monday. He sat for about 10 minutes before making for the trees across the parking lot.

HISTORY LIVES: Doylestown Shopping Center

“CROWDS JAM NEW SHOPPING CENTER” screamed the banner headline on the front page of The Daily Intelligencer, Oct. 15, 1959.

The VIA Maternity Center at Doylestown Hospital is a recipient of the Pennsylvania Perinatal Quality Collaborative (PA PQC) inaugural Designations Awards, which were presented at its annual conference in Harrisburg May 22.

Linda C. Wisniewski examines a life of encounters and connections in her new book of essays, “Old Women and Other Strangers.”

With a loud, “Let’s bring the Bullseye to Doylestown,” the long-awaited Target opened its doors to invited guests Monday in the Doylestown Shopping Center.

The streets of downtown Doylestown will transform into a spectacular showcase of automotive excellence at the 15th annual Doylestown at Dusk Car Show, taking place from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July …

In an effort to help the food insecure in and around Doylestown, the Presbyterian Church is initiating its first Community Food Collection next week.

Is your license plate hard to read?State Sen. Steve Santarsiero, state Rep. Tim Brennan and Doylestown Township Police Department will host a free License Plate Replacement Clinic in the Doylestown …

The Doylestown business district thrives today thanks to the vision of a few passionate individuals who laid the groundwork for self-preservation within the community and created the desire to revitalize the business district while protecting its historical character.

Sought-out guidance and prayerful decision by our pastor should be a feeling of assurance, not anger. It was an oppressive challenge to Father Gurkin, in his obligation to lead the congregation.

HISTORY LIVES: The Scumblers

During the early summers of the 20th century, a group of Philadelphia artists took the trolley north to the Village of Edison and practiced their art in an old barn referred to as “the Shack.” This group of men called themselves “The Scumblers.”

Doylestown Symphonic Winds will host a free concert at 7:30 p.m. July 19 in the Holland Middle School auditorium in Northampton Township.“Old, New, Borrowed, Blue” will feature the music of Oscar …

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