Thanks Mike! So much to tell! More room here!

Hickory Kitchen owner Mike Markowitz, center, presents a check for $500 to Chief Sam Cramer, Jr., and fire company president Jay Fetterolf, at the fire company business meeting on March 1, 2017. The donation was from 20% of sales at the restaurant on Feb. 23, as part of the “Comfort Food for a Cause” event.

Thanks to Mike Markowitz for the donation at the March monthly business meeting- 20% of sales at Hickory Kitchen on 2/23, plus an additional amount from Mike and staff. Mike and his crew are great neighbors and better people who care about the Doylestown community!

Also, since clocks change this weekend- be sure to check and change all batteries in your smoke detectors! Discard and replace any over 10 years old.

Pancake tickets are available online and at local stores. Keep an eye on our social media pages for additional opportunities.

And last, even though we thought we were done with winter, if we do get the “big one”, make sure to keep your local hydrants clear and happy. Remember, seconds count!

Our new flag will fly thanks to Discover Doylestown

The new flag is presented to Chief Sam Cramer, Jr. (l) and president Jay Fetterolf (r) by Discover Doylestown board members (from 2nd left) Jim Weisser, Ron Martin, Krisy Paredes, Rose Yaun and Colette Hearn .

Thanks to the generosity of our community partners Discover Doylestown, the fire company has a new large display flag. For many years, Ladder 79 has flown the colors at the Doylestown 5k, and has become an iconic part of the annual Memorial Day weekend race.  The fire company flies the flag for many area events, and to honor our fallen. We look forward to flying it this Memorial Day weekend for the 25th anniversary of the Doylestown 5K!