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The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks has awarded $3.9 million in gaming funds generated at Parx Casino in Bensalem Township. The grants were awarded to those municipalities most likely …

Some Doylestown Borough residents living near a proposed hotel on West Court Street are increasing their efforts to have the scale and scope of the plan significantly reduced.

Owners of the Barn Plaza shopping center that stretches along Easton Road in Doylestown Township intend to create a new look for the center that’s lost several tenants over the last couple of years.

Doylestown’s been doing a lot these past couple of years. Now that our marvelous Broad Street Commons Park is open, our borough administration has moved to the beautifully rehabbed and repurposed …

A strong difference of opinion is emerging over whether a proposed zoning change in Doylestown Township will cause dramatic changes in neighboring Doylestown Borough.Township planners are taking a …

With the future of “brick and mortar” retail outlets becoming more questionable, Richland Township is considering a proposal to redevelop a 200-acre shopping center property on West End Boulevard …

The 200-year-old Cintra Mansion on West Bridge Street in New Hope Borough, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, has been demolished. In its place will stand a …

I want to add a comment after reading about the Solebury supervisors’ intent to add a charging station to the township-owned land at the Route 202 site of the former flea market near Logan Square …

Recently, we have all seen the closing of local movie theaters. Quakertown has been impacted by this as well. Formerly a multi-screen theater operated off California Road behind Walmart, the building …

Before Doylestown’s former borough hall can become a “boutique” hotel, restaurant and event space, it has to be torn down. Approval for that demolition was recently given by the town’s …

Work on a new community center in Warrington will get underway Friday, when the $1.7 million project breaks ground at Lions Pride Park on Bradley Road. The third phase of the park’s construction …

It has been several years since The Intelligencer newspaper building was razed, leaving mountains of rubble stacked amid dead and dying trees to mark its footprint along North Broad Street in …

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