.

Kids Castle Reopens, Man Stabbed in Borough: Top Stories of 2013

A look at the top news over the past year in Doylestown.

The reopening of Kids Castle in September. Credit: Kara Seymour
The reopening of Kids Castle in September. Credit: Kara Seymour
In 2013, Kids Castle reopened with fanfare and excitement, plus there was a fatal stabbing in Doylestown Borough. Former Superintendent Rodney Green left Central Bucks and new Superintendent David Weitzel was appointed.

Kids Castle to Reopen Sept. 29

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Sunday to celebrate the reopening of the iconic township playground.

Bodden Sentenced for Fatal Thanksgiving Eve Crash
Drew Bodden, who was found guilty of third-degree murder for the high-speed crash that killed Holly Berry Huynh, will face between eight and 25 years in state prison.

Borough Police Seek Missing 24-Year-Old Woman
Doylestown Borough Police have since located Elizabeth Ann Schlotter, who was found in Philadelphia.

Warminster Police Investigating Missing 21-Year-Old
Warminster Township Police Department lead the investigation into the whereabouts of 21-year-old Warrington resident Ashley Keller. Keller, who is a Warrington native, was living with her boyfriend in Warminster at the time of her disappearance in early July.

Man Stabbed on South Clinton Street, No Suspects Identified
Mohr, an Army veteran, was allegedly stabbed dozens of times before he was found by a person driving on South Clinton Street early Wednesday.

$365K Separation Agreement Approved Between District, Superintendent
Board president Stephen Corr painted a picture of Central Bucks Superintendent Rodney Green as a disengaged administrator who used classroom visits and Twitter to mask his lack of progress.

Strouse Elected Mayor of Doylestown Borough
Democrat Ronald Strouse has been elected mayor of Doylestown Borough.

Giant Closes Area Supermarket
Giant on Easton Road in Warrington closed in November.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something