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After a development process that encountered fits and starts, a new Dunkin’ opened in Wrightstown near the bustling “Five Points” intersection this spring.

Representatives for Max Performance, a Hatfield Township-based business that wants to build a facility for its operations in Hilltown, spoke at a late June meeting of the township board of supervisors in an effort aimed at assuaging residents’ concerns about the potential project.

Springfield supervisors have pulled off the seemingly impossible: they managed to satisfy both sides in the contentious Haycock Ministries camp expansion debate.

A zoning change under consideration would allow for certain defined residential development in areas of Newtown Township currently set aside for light industrial, office and related uses.

Despite continued community concerns, the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to add five buildings with 72 apartments to the Orchard Square Apartments.

Construction of a massive apartment complex that is consuming the corner of North Broad Street and Atkinson Drive in Doylestown Borough is well underway.

Chalfont Borough Council interviewed and voted on applicants to join the borough’s planning commission during its meeting Tuesday. This was to fill the empty seat left by former commission member …

Chick-fil-A developer Newtown Equities LLC has requested an indefinite extension of its zoning hearing application, meaning the controversial application has been withdrawn and will not be scheduled for review unless the developers decide to proceed.

The Buckingham Planning Commission on Wednesday sent a preliminary plan for a warehouse in a Planned Industrial zone to the township supervisors.

The April 4 edition’s front page article by Freda Savana (“Bucks County Historical Society’s Doylestown Twp. land eyed for luxury homes”) clearly and concisely covered the April 2 Doylestown …

A month after rejecting a new warehouse proposal that called for rezoning parts of its Rural Agricultural zoning district, Richland Township supervisors are considering another warehouse plan, this one in the township’s Planned Commercial district.

Custom home builder Richard Zaveta outlined his concept for an upscale community on 24 acres owned by the Bucks County Historical Society in Doylestown Township at the supervisors’ meeting …

During his monthly report at the March 13 Bedminster Township supervisors meeting, Police Chief Matt Phelan announced that his department now offers a pet registry.

I appreciated the article in last week’s Bucks County Herald (“Haycock Camp witnesses fail to allay concerns over expansion plan,” March 21) concerning the Haycock Camping Ministries Inc. …

It was an evening of two halves at last week’s Haycock Camp expansion hearing in Springtown: a strong opening by the defense was undermined by later stumbles.

Avenues Recovery Center was back before the Warminster Township Zoning Hearing Board on Feb. 28 to discuss its plan to open a 150-bed inpatient addiction treatment and recovery center at the current …

With three speakers, among dozens of residents present, calling for adherence to their Comprehensive Plan commitment to preserving their township’s rural character, Richland Township’s …

Chalfont Borough Council this month unanimously approved the hiring of Kyle Milligan as an employee of the Public Works Department.

The following is an open letter to Doylestown Borough’s zoning board and planning commission. As residents who live near the proposed new hotel on West Court Street, we are writing to urge you to …

The following is an open letter to the Buckingham Township Planning Commission. At your upcoming meeting on Feb. 7, you are set to consider the plans for a 150,000-square-foot warehouse on the …

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