S. Miller Harris, 91, of Eagle shirt firm
S. Miller Harris, 91, longtime chief executive officer of Eagle Shirtmakers, a Philadelphia firm his great-grandfather founded in 1867, died of pneumonia Sunday, June 9, at home in Spinnerstown, Bucks County.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Morning Call
Review: Need a laugh? 'Cocoanuts' has one silly joke after another
"The Cocoanuts," now being performed by the Crowded Kitchen Players in Quakertown, is not your usual farce.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Artists celebrate print at the Scranton Zine Fest
Rebekah Brown / Staff Photo Melissa Eismann, 17, of Quakertown, left, and Craig Wenner, 20, of Perkasie, traveled to the Scranton Zine Fest Saturday to share their art, including jewelry and stones.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Optimum Hotel Brokerage Sells Philadelphia Area Select Service Hotel; ...
Optimum Hotel Brokerage announced that the firm has closed on the sale of the Best Western Quakertown, a select-service hotel in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia.
Eyewitness Describes Building Collapse, Pulling 2 From Rubble
FOX29's Claudia Gomez spoke with an eyewitness after the building collapse at 22nd and Market streets Wednesday morning in Center City.
Lautenberg Eulogized By Dignitaries And Friends
Among the mourners, members of the Senate, where Lautenberg served for almost 30 years, Vice President Joe Biden, as well as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Rev. Charles R. Stump
He was born in Doylestown, son of Norman Stump Sr. and the late Amy Stump. He married Patricia A. Geiger on April 16, 1968, in Quakertown.
Man Accused of Dragging ShopRite Employee in Custody
A Quakertown man missing for more than one month , who is accused of stealing from ShopRite in Hatfield and then dragging a loss prevention employee with his SUV , is in custody of Hatfield Township Police.
Sat May 25, 2013
Who's Hiring: American Sandwich Co., CertaPro Painters
Are you looking for work? Is a good friend or family member in need of a job? Check out these local employment opportunities recently posted online at Craigslist's Lehigh Valley site .
Fri May 24, 2013
Four years in, Unami Ridge Winery has plenty to advertise
A little humble pie isn't the worst thing. Actually Jim Jenks' response to what he and wife Kathy have learned in the four years since they opened Unami Ridge Winery in Bucks County was, at least, honest.
Thu May 23, 2013
Cops: Man Wanted for Stealing from ShopRite, Dragging Employee with Car
Hatfield Township Police have issued an arrest warrant for a Quakertown man, who allegedly robbed ShopRite in Hatfield and then dragged an employee as he left the parking lot in his SUV, police said.
Wed May 22, 2013
Project could bring jobs to Quakertown
A project in Quakertown, Bucks County could bring lots of jobs to the borough. Gorski Engineering says it's trying to get conditional use zoning for an old factory property at 5th and Apple Streets.
Annodyne Lent a Hand for a Worthwhile Cause
The event, held the afternoon of Wednesday, April 24, was headlined by a "lunch 'n' learn" session with Steven Conroy, education coordinator of the Montgomery County SPCA.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Morning Call
Top Lehigh Valley food events include strawberry festivals, Quiet Valley picnic
The bakery at Linvilla Orchards promises to kick off the pick-your-own season by presenting the area's largest strawberry shortcake at 11 a.m. June 1. It'll be a highlight of the orchard's annual Strawberry Festival scheduled for 8 a.m.-7 p.m. There'll be hayrides out to the strawberry fields where guests can pluck fresh berries right off the ... (more)
Mon May 20, 2013
Centennial Reimbursed for McDonald Mishaps
The contractors in charge of building Centennial School District's new Region 2 Elementary School will cover the costs of heat pump damage and construction debris runoff, an official told Patch.