M. Night Shyamalan scouting TV show locations in Bucks Co
Bucks County is in the running -- to be the location of a new TV series. "Sixth Sense" director M. Night Shyamalan is looking for locations for his new limited series "Wayward Pines."
Today on Patch: New Boards and a New Look
Hi! I'm Kara Seymour, your Doylestown Patch Local Editor, and I want to welcome you to the new Patch.
Celebrated county mural continues to fascinate
Chester County Court Judge Thomas G. Gavin discusses what little information is known about the 1956 mural by Edward Shenton.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Concerned Gun Owners rally for gun rights
Gun rights activists gathered at the Bucks Co. courthouse Saturday with a message for Washington -- a defiant message about gun control.
Teens Arrested for Dealing Pot, Dunkin Donuts Proposed in Washington Crossing
Here's a look at some of the top stories on Newtown Patch this week: A group of residents are petitioning the Upper Makefield Zoning Hearing Board to reject variances required for a shopping center, which would include a Dunkin Donuts, just mere yards away from one of the county-and country's-most historic sites.
Gun Rights Activists Rally in Doylestown
About 200 gun rights activists attended a rally in Doylestown Saturday to support state legislation that would make any new federal firearms control laws unenforceable in Pennsylvania.
Teens Arrested for Dealing Pound of Pot, Police Seek Skateboarder
Democrat Dennis McCauley has written to Attorney General Kathleen Kane requesting details of a 2011 Grandy Jury investigation into the Bucks County Sheriff's Department.
Lights, Camera, Action in 'Haunted' Home
Peter Choate remembers the one and only time he lit a cigar in the nearly 300-year-old Penrose-Strawbridge house.
Reader Photo: Mahwah Football Seniors Set to Play in College
Congratulations to the Mahwah High School senior football players who have committed to play football in college.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Sheriff Candidate to AG: Release Grand Jury Findings
Dennis McCauley, the Democratic candidate for Bucks County Sheriff , is calling on Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane to release information about a 2011 grand jury investigation into the department.
Neshaminy Teachers' Contract, Gun Rally: This Week in Bucks County
School Board Ratifies New Neshaminy Teachers' Contract : After five years of working without one, the new teachers' contract restores control of the district by to the administration, school board and taxpayers, Neshaminy School Board officials say.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Pro-Gun Activists Prepare for Rally, No Counter Protest Planned
Organizers of Saturday's pro-gun rally in Doylestown say they are not sure how many people will attend to show support for state legislation that would make any new federal firearms control laws unenforceable in Pennsylvania.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Drug-Dealing Teens Sold Pound of Pot to Informant, Cops Say
Two Doylestown teens were arrested after allegedly selling a pound and a half of marijuana to a police informant.
Father's Day Deals: Free Mini-Golf and More
FREE MINI GOLF What: Spend a day as a family and play some indoor glow-in-the-dark mini golf.
Chemistry/Metallography Lab Promotion At Laboratory Testing Inc.
Previously, she held the Chemistry Supervisor position and joined LTI in 2001 as a Chemistry Technician.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Philadelphia's Lorenzo's pizza serving again after fire
Try telling that to the almost ever-present line out the door of Lorenzo's at Third and South streets here and you'll get an education.
Pro-Gun Rally to be Held in Doylestown Saturday
Local gun rights activists will rally Saturday in Doylestown to support state legislation that would make federal gun control laws unenforceable in Pennsylvania.
Local Food Pantries Seek Donations Ahead of Summer
Hunger doesn't take a vacation. That's the message area food banks are trying to get out to the public as they work to stock their shelves ahead of the summer.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Pineville Road Bridge to Reopen, School Board to Meet: Week Ahead
Here are five things we thought you might like to know as this week begins: 1. The Pineville Road Bridge is slated to reopen Friday after six years of being closed.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Bodden Guilty of Murder, Pilot in Crash Dies Top Local News
Drew Bodden, 38, of Plumstead, could face as much as 40 years in prison after being convicted of third-degree murder for his involvement in a fatal car accident on Nov. 21. A Temple University Hospital Spokeswoman told Patch John M. Szabo has died as a result of his injuries from a small plane crash Saturday in Doylestown.