NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Bedminster, PA What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss    Bedminster is in Bucks County and has a population of approximately 7,400. It’s named after a town of the same name near Bristol, England. The original church in Bedminster was replaced in 1841 with a building everyone referred to […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Springtown, PA Springtown is in Springfield Township in Northern Bucks County, nestled between routes 212 and 412. It got its start when Abraham Funk purchased 300 acres of land in 1763. By 1884, the population was 150, and today it is roughly 357.     The Vibe  The vibe of Springtown is a relaxed, small town with attractive […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Yardley, PA What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss    Yardley has a population of approximately 2,585 and is a suburb in Philadelphia in Bucks County. William Yeardley, a Quaker minister emigrating from England, settled the area now known as Yardley in 1682. He purchased 519 acres from William […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Newtown, PA What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss   Newtown is a small borough with approximately 2,300 people, located in Bucks County. William Penn founded the area in 1864 as a way to provide country homes to residents from Philadelphia and support the farming community. Newtown also is […]
Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Ocean City, NJ Ocean City is a family-friendly resort town in Cape May County. The area showcases 8 miles of beaches for summertime fun along with year-round entertainment and recreation. The borough boasts guarded beaches, a bustling shopping and dining scene, and a 2.5-mile boardwalk. Ocean City has frequently landed on various “Top 10” lists for New Jersey […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Ottsville, PA What to do, where to dine and shop, and what you don’t want to miss   Ottsville is an unincorporated community in Bucks County, located in Tinicum Township. It is one of the oldest villages in the northern region of Bucks County. Settlers first established a church in the area in 1738. The former name […]
Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Sea Isle City Beach, NJ Sea Isle City is part of Cape May County and the Ocean metropolitan area of New Jersey. Charles K. Landis founded the area in 1882. Sea Isle has remained a popular tourist destination for many years. One of the oldest buildings in the town is the Colonnade Inn, where you can still stay today when […]
Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Ship Bottom, NJ Ship Bottom, New Jersey, is so named due to an incident that happened in 1817 with a shipwreck. Its unique name and borough were integrated into the Long Beach community of New Jersey in 1925. With a population of just over 1,300, this beach community would love to show you all it has to offer. […]
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Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Stone Harbor Beach, NJ Stone Harbor is a charming area that stretches across a seven-mile island along the New Jersey coast. In addition to fishing, water sports, and other recreational activities, the area also boasts a quaint shopping and entertainment scene. It’s also home to the annual Wings n’ Water Festival, which celebrates the coast with an array of […]
Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Ventnor City Beach, NJ Ventnor City is part of Atlantic County in New Jersey, located on Absecon Island along the Jersey Shore. The pristine beaches make this area a popular oceanside resort area. Ventnor City Beach is ranked high on the list of best beaches in the New Jersey region, with clear water and soft, deep sand. What You […]
Down the Shore Neighborhood Spotlight: Whale Beach, NJ Whale Beach is in Cape May County, between Sea Isle City, NJ, and Strathmere, NJ. It gets its name from the whales that used to beach there in the 1950s. It offers panoramic views of sparkling water and a beautiful coastline, with many activities to enjoy in the surrounding area. It’s also close to the […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Bristol, PA The borough of Bristol is in Bucks County and was first settled in 1681, making it older than Philadelphia. Formerly called Buckingham Township, it changed its name to Bristol in 1702 and was incorporated in 1720. It played an essential role in the American Revolution, known for its shipyards and their important role in manufacturing […]
Hellertown Neighborhood Spotlight: Hellertown The small borough of Hellertown is situated in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. It’s a small town that is very much family and community-focused. It’s located just 20 miles west of the New Jersey border and offers affordable housing and a nice downtown area, plus it’s a great place for families.   The Vibe The overall vibe […]
Allentown Neighborhood Spotlight: Allentown Located in eastern Pennsylvania, Allentown is the fastest growing city in the state and the third most populous. It makes up part of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, and it was recently among one of only six communities granted the status of a “national success story” due to its downtown redevelopment. The land where Allentown sits was […]
Doylestown Neighborhood Spotlight: Doylestown Doylestown, Pennsylvania serves as the County seat of Bucks County and has been recognized by USA Today as having the “best small-town cultural scene” in America. Doylestown mixes history, nightlife and an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and museums to deliver a fabulous place to live and visit. Its downtown area was dubbed one of […]
Frenchtown Neighborhood Spotlight: Frenchtown Situated alongside the Delaware River, the small borough of Frenchtown got its start as a ferry crossing and is home to rolling green fields and verdant riverbanks. The natural beauty invites you to explore via hiking trails and bike rides, while the charming town is perfect for strolling through a variety of boutique shops and […]
Easton Neighborhood Spotlight: Easton Founded in 1752, Easton is home to almost 27,000 residents. It is located at the site where the Delaware and Lehigh rivers meet and was a military hospital site during the Revolutionary War. Easton has been home to Lafayette College since 1826 and was once home to Union Law School before the Civil War. During […]
Lahaska Neighborhood Spotlight: Lahaska / New Hope Lahaska is a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania, just one hour from the bustling city of Philadelphia. It is home to a little over 14,000 residents. Lahaska is only a few miles away from the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border, making a new state of adventure less than a 20-minute drive away.   The Vibe The overall […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Yardley Yardley has been around since before the United States was even founded. William Yardley settled in the area in 1682 and, although he and his family died over the course of the next 20 years, his nephew settled here in 1704 and helped to develop Yardley. Yardley is historically known as a transportation hub, once […]
Bethlehem Neighborhood Spotlight: Bethlehem Bethlehem is a city in Pennsylvania with almost 75,000 residents. As of 2010, it is Pennsylvania’s seventh biggest city. The city was founded in 1741 on Christmas Eve by a group of Moravian missionaries, fittingly naming it after the Biblical town of the same name in Judea. During the industrial revolution, the town began producing […]