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New Peruvian Restaurant to Open, Man Sues Borough Police

A look at the top news this week in Doylestown.

Here's a look at the top news in Doylestown this week:

New Peruvian Restaurant Opens Monday in Doylestown
Quinoa, located on N. Easton Rd, is owned and operated by the same family that runs El Tule Mexican & Peruvian Restaurant in Lambertville, N.J.

Local Kindergarteners Holding Fundraiser for Therapy Dogs
Kindergarteners from Cold Spring Elementary School are hosting a Holiday Pet Shop next week to raise money for the Roxy Reading Therapy Dog program.

Borough Police Officer 'Deliberately Assaulted' Man, Lawsuit Claims
Paul Bradberry, 35, says officer Keith Dietz “knowingly and deliberately assaulted, battered and abused” him during an incident on March 17.

Kawa Grill, Spice Thai Among Recent Inspections
The Bucks County Department of Health conducted inspections of the following local food service establishments in the past two weeks.

Bucks County Board Game Features Several Doylestown Sites
Bucks County Opoly, which is modeled after the famous board game, is now being sold throughout the area as a fundraiser for HealthLink Medical Center.

Shoppers Parked For Free Saturday in Doylestown
Patch.com and American Express partnered to offer free parking for Small Business Saturday.

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