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A friend told me about a letter to the editor he read recently from someone who talked about driving in Doylestown and honking at a pedestrian with two canes. I did not see the letter myself but …

I don’t have a problem with letters from individuals who have a different point of view ... if they clearly and honestly state why they believe their opinion is valid; however, as Stephen …

As a member of a local cycling club, I have the opportunity to ride through bucolic Upper Bucks County. Unfortunately, the beauty is being spoiled at an alarming rate because of the seemingly …

As a retired educator of over 40 years, I want to thank the Bucks County Herald for reporting on book banning. I have made a library for my grandchildren to read and share based on the banned …

Thank you to our community for celebrating Banned Book Week. Red Wine and Blue, Advocates for Inclusive Education and the Rainbow Room hosted three community events this past week.

The recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade reasons that the right to an abortion is “not rooted in the nation’s histories and traditions.” In the 18th century, our …

There is no denying that the impacts of climate change – stronger storms, increased flooding, drought, and other unnatural disasters, are already hitting our state. Millions of people are …

In one more example of the failings of the editorial content of the Herald we see overlong letters inanely blasting Republicans, most notably the usual suspect, Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick.

After reading the Sept. 1 article about the suicides in the Bucks county Correctional Facility, I agree with John Mathieu’s letter to the editor in the same issue, decrying the lack of research …

Doug Mastriano, election-denier and insurrectionist, fought to the end to reverse the voters’ will in 2020. And state Rep Todd Polinchock signed on to this scheme.

PennDOT’s proposal of shutting down access roads, widening Route 413, and building two cloverleafs in the area of U.S. Route 1 and Route 413 in Langhorne raises three concerns:

On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was finally adopted, giving women in every state of the Union the right to vote. Many people do not realize that the 19th …

I had a mother, God rest her soul, who in her lifetime suffered often from the systemic social barriers that confronted women of her generation. I saw that needless pain firsthand.

Lest there be no doubt, Brian Fitzpatrick is a careful chameleon. He assumes one color locally (“our” Independent) where he takes on the hue of non-partisanship, a humble family man that truly …

Within the last several years there was legislation proposed that would extend the statute of limitations on crimes of sexual assault or sexual abuse. The legislation was intended to give victims of …

Brian Fitzpatrick is a good guy. His newsletter discusses all the nice he does for us from attending ceremonies to providing thousands of dollars to worthy local organizations (just like every other …

I am so impressed with the Bucks County Herald, and thinking about that now that I’m not always living here, it occurred to me that the Herald is about the only American regional newspaper I …

All the while reading John Harding’s column (Aug. 18) I was waiting in vain for the words that told me where in Bucks County Gen. Smedley Butler may have lived. So when I turned to the …

There is no perfect plan to try to address, contain or mitigate climate change. But address it we must. The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, referred to as RGGI, is surely not perfect. …

At the start of the school year here in Central Bucks County, I want to extend my thanks to CBSD Board members Karen Smith, Dr. Mariam Mahmud, and Dr. Tabitha Dell’Angelo. Your experience, …

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