Here's a look at this week's top news on Doylestown Patch:
Doylestown Psychiatrist Arrested After Allegedly Molesting Patients
Doylestown Borough Police say they received reports from three different young women who alleged they had been “touched in a criminal manner” by Basem Shlewiet during treatment.
Missing Dog Found Alive After 24 Hours in Snow Storm
Cody, who is partially blind and deaf, disappeared Tuesday at 10 a.m. from Cold Spring Hunt in Buckingham Township.
CB West Grad Takes Helm for Cleveland Browns
Former William Tennent football coach and Doylestown native Mike Pettine has agreed to become the next head coach for the Cleveland Browns.
CB Looks to Raise $50K in Upcoming Coaches Vs. Cancer Events
Central Bucks is gearing up for its annual
Coaches vs. Cancer event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The main event is Saturday, Feb. 8 and will feature a three-on-three basketball tournament at Central Bucks East. There is also a Central Bucks East versus Central Bucks West doubleheader night on Jan. 29. The girls will play at 6 p.m. and the boys at 8 p.m.
Winter Storm Emergency Declared in Doylestown Borough
A Winter Storm Emergency was declared Tuesday in Doylestown Borough. The region received as much as 10 inches of snow.
Doylestown Food Co-Op Grand Opening Celebration Set for Feb. 8
The Co-op, located on West State Street in Doylestown Borough, opened its doors to customers earlier this month for a soft opening.