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Several neighbors who challenged the proposed development of a “boutique hotel” and event space on West Court Street in Doylestown Borough recently appealed the zoning board’s partial approval of the controversial project.

At the outset of the May 15 Buckingham Township Board of Supervisors meeting David J. Scirrotto was sworn in as chief of police. Before Scirrotto took the oath, Lieutenant William Moffett gave a …

The lawsuit by the Bucks County Commissioners against “Big Oil” (“Bucks County sues Exxon Mobil, Chevron, others over climate change,” March 28) is an outrageous waste of taxpayer money and a …

The Central Bucks School District and one of its middle school teachers who sued the district and its then-superintendent in federal court last year, saying his civil rights were violated, have reached a settlement.

At a July meeting of the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors, counsel for the Kushner Real Estate Group (KRE) asked that Supervisor John Mack be disqualified from voting on a zoning ordinance.

After several years and a protracted legal battle, a Wawa with gasoline pumps is finally coming to Newtown Township.On June 14, Newtown supervisors voted 3-2 to approve a settlement agreement with …

A Central Bucks middle school teacher said the school district and its superintendent retaliated against him after he supported a LGBTQ+ student. Andrew Burgess, who taught social studies at Lenape …

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