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Regional Roundup: Rally to Save Doylestown's Kids Castle

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Regional Roundup: Rally to Save Doylestown's Kids Castle Regional Roundup: Rally to Save Doylestown's Kids Castle Regional Roundup: Rally to Save Doylestown's Kids Castle Regional Roundup: Rally to Save Doylestown's Kids Castle

: Come to Kids Castle in Doylestown's Central Park tonight to find out how to help save the iconic playland. Get the details on Doylestown Patch.

: The Bucks County Department of Health recently inspected establishments in Lower Southampton. Check out the score on Lower Southampton Patch.

: John Mousley faces assault charges for an incident that took place on Lincoln Highway. Read this and other stories on Bensalem Patch.

: Despite recent warning signs, the owners of the indoor flea market plan to keep growing the business and attracting new vendors. Get the details on Warminster Patch.

 Preparations for this year's Northampton Days Festival are still underway. Find out how you can be a part of the celebration on Northampton Patch.

: The fall sports schedule is underway at Lower Moreland. Check out the highlights on Lower Moreland Patch.

: The former police chief at UMPD, Thomas Nestel III started his new job this week. Get the details on Upper Moreland - Willow Grove Patch.

: Kevin Lewis, who attended the George School in the 1990s, is fulfilling a career that is reaching new heights. Read about Lewis' accomplishments on Newtown Patch.

: More than 60 percent of those surveyed answered 'yes' to an affiliation between the Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce and Arcadia University that would result in courses being offered locally. Read more about this story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

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