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A proposed local law in Wrightstown would require “Knox Boxes” to be installed on all new commercial buildings in the township.

Repairs are finally on the way for a historic work of architecture in Wrightstown. The township board of supervisors voted Monday to hire contractor ALP Roofing, of Fallston, Md, to overhaul the roof …

Resistance to a potential project that could see the Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge transformed into a bigger, broader span is growing.

Commerce could soon be returning to the site of the former Wrightstown Country Store. Local businessman Tom Coates has purchased the property and is interested in having a deli, retail operation and …

Wrightstown officials are eyeing up projects to improve local roadways this year. At a recent public meeting, the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors and township professionals discussed several …

A school bus driver is being called a hero this week after he safely evacuated three dozen Wrightstown Elementary School students from a burning vehicle on March 22.

New high-tech cameras could help police catch alleged criminals driving through Wrightstown. That was the word from Newtown Township Police Chief John Hearn at the March 18 Wrightstown Board of …

Restoration work aimed at preserving a historic schoolhouse in Wrightstown could begin within the next few months, if things go according to plan for township officials. At a public meeting on March …

The Wrightstown Board of Supervisors aims to soon finalize recommendations for proposed new regulations on electric vehicle charging stations, billboards and wireless communications infrastructure …

The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday charged a 45-year-old woman with stabbing to death 72-year-old Richard Scott MacFarland in his Wrightstown home last October.

It’s not quite yet time to make the doughnuts. Officials said the construction of a new Dunkin’ at the bustling Five Points intersection in Wrightstown is essentially complete, but issues related …

The townships of Wrightstown, Newtown and Upper Makefield are considering placing local zoning regulations on billboards and electric vehicle charging stations. The three neighboring municipalities …

The Wrightstown Board of Supervisors, on Jan. 8, addressed issues related to fire ponds and a construction company’s planned relocation to the township at its Jan. 8 meeting.

Make it number 28 for Chester Pogonowski. The long-serving local official was named chairman of the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors for the 28th year in a row at a township meeting on Jan. 2.

Five months ahead of schedule, replacement of the Worthington Mill Road bridge over Neshaminy Creek on the Wrightstown/Northampton border has been completed, according to PennDOT.

Wrightstown can continue locally enforcing the rules of its noise ordinance on alcohol-serving establishments located within township borders. The three-person board of supervisors that governs the …

The municipal earned income tax rate (EIT) will decrease in 2024 in Wrightstown, but the local property tax rate is rising. Following a Monday night hearing, the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors …

Wrightstown Friends Meeting invites the community to join in at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 17, for its annual Candlelight Carol Sing. The historic meetinghouse, located at 535 Durham Road (Route 413) in Wrightstown, will be lit with candles and simply decorated with fresh cut greens. It’s a wonderful opportunity to step aside from …

Efforts to help preserve a historic work of architecture in Wrightstown have hit another snag. The township Board of Supervisors has been searching for a contractor to repair the roof at the Octagonal …

A local family-owned construction company has received approval from the Wrightstown Board of Supervisors to construct a new facility on Second Street Pike in Wrightstown.

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