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The Yardley Historical Association will hold a guided walking tour of the borough’s Rivermawr neighborhood at 2 p.m. Thursday.

A display of 30 photographs taken of places in Yardley Borough in the early to mid-1900s, is coming back to town this weekend. But “Yardley — The Way We Were” is an exhibit with a twist.

A community poetry writing workshop led by Yardley Borough resident and Bucks County Poet Laureate Emeritus Corie Feiner will be held 2 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The event is being held at the Gather Place …

Outdoor dining became very popular in Yardley during the coronavirus pandemic, and borough officials are taking steps to make the practice smoother and easier.

Yardley Borough’s Council took care of some police matters at its Feb. 21 meeting. Lucas K. Murray was sworn in by Mayor Chris Harding as the borough’s newest part-time police officer, and …

Yardley Borough Manager Paula Johnson will be seeing larger paychecks this year. Borough Council voted 6-0 at its Jan. 17 meeting to grant Johnson — borough manager since 2018 — a 3 percent salary …

Yardley Borough Council leaned heavily on the experience factor in filling the latest vacancy on the governing body. After the Dec. 31 resignation of Matt Ross, the six remaining council members voted …

Matt Ross became the latest Yardley Borough Council member to resign from the position after fellow members voted 6-0 to accept his resignation, effective Dec. 31, at the Tuesday, Jan. 3 …

Three Yardley Borough organizations will benefit from a total of $4,500 donated to them by the borough’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. Parks Board Chairwoman Akvile Dammer and members …

The Yardley Borough Council unanimously approved a 2023 final budget at its Dec. 6 meeting with a property tax increase of 1.34 mills. Before the $1.88 million budget was passed, residents …

Pennsylvania American Water unveiled $24 million in upgrades at its Lower Makefield Township treatment plant Dec. 5 that company officials say will continue providing the 36,000 people served by …

The Yardley Borough Council approved two social media policies at its Nov. 15 meeting, one for paid borough staff and the other for elected or appointed officials. Both policies were approved …

Residents in the Borough of Yardley, PA now have lower flood insurance premiums because of the community’s initiatives to implement better floodplain management measures encouraged by the …

Yardley Borough lawyers and other officials are working to settle a federal lawsuit filed by resident Earl Markey, who claimed his First Amendment free speech rights were violated when officials …

With expenses outpacing revenue, the Yardley Borough Council at its Nov. 1 meeting voted unanimously to advertise a 2023 preliminary budget with a property tax increase of 1.34 mills.

Yardley Borough’s new full-time police officer is no stranger to the department. Dakota B. Romberger had been part time on the force for more than two years before being sworn in at the Oct. …

Yardley Borough was wall to wall activity Saturday, Sept. 17, as thousands of people took in all the attractions of the Harvest Day Festival. Generally considered Yardley’s biggest event of …

Two men who have been actively involved in Yardley Borough affairs and events will now help govern the town. David Appelbaum and Don Carlson were recently appointed to borough council to replace …

The referendum question to decrease the size of Yardley Borough Council from seven to five members was certified by the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.

The 54th Yardley Harvest Day will be held this year on Saturday, Sept. 17. The festival will run rain or shine from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Fitzgerald Field and on Bell and College avenues as well as …

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