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Why are the residents of Fleecydale Road being gouged by Whitetail Disposal since DelGuerico’s stopped serving us? Whitetail is charging a whopping $120 per quarter vs. the $75 that it signs …

As the expression goes, what you see is what you get. In the case of the Solebury Township supervisor election, I would submit that that is not the case. During Kevin’s Morrissey’s …

Education must prepare children for adulthood, and “Diversity Equity and Inclusion” curriculum advances this goal. Pennridge “strives to provide all students with a well-rounded …

Sept. 17 is Constitution Day, a day when we celebrate our Constitution. The Constitution, along with the Bill of Rights and amendments, established our form of government as well as our rights, …

Yesterday I attended a matinee performance of “The Drowsy Chaperone” at the Music Mountain Theatre. It was incredible, dazzling, inventive, fun and featured a first rate cast with …

Surviving Vietnam veterans will honor fallen or missing comrades when the Lower Bucks County Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 26 at Veterans Park in Middletown Township. …

The Bucks County Opportunity Council, in partnership with William Penn Bank Community Foundation and First National Bank of Newtown, is offering a virtual Bridges out of Poverty Training, Friday, …

Why were the barn and surrounding grounds at Tinicum Park declared unavailable after previously being confirmed by Bucks County Parks and Recreation? What’s to prevent that from happening next …

Robert Sweeney, assistant manager of Nockamixon State Park, either misrepresented or misunderstood my wife’s query regarding our daughter’s use of the Weisel Youth Hostel. Our daughter …

For many years, the Solebury Township Board of Supervisors has done its job well by making decisions in the best interests of the whole community. As a result, Solebury has retained its rural …

Some of our neighbors in Lambertville have lost everything but the items they could carry with them as they fled rising waters left behind by tropical depression Ida. As a result, there are many …

To the Council Rock Board of School Directors:Tomorrow, my children are walking into a school with zero protection provided by you. Tomorrow, my children will wear masks and will sit isolated at …

This message is regarding a matter that should be of interest to any New Hope resident that believes in the importance of transparent local government, and public participation in its deliberations …

We met Kevin Morrissey about 12 years ago when he was the founding president of the Primrose Creek Watershed Association (PCWA). He, with other members of this organization, focused upon the …

Doylestown Borough thanks C&N Bank, Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s, and the Central Bucks Education Association for sponsoring performances for our 2021 Summer Shows for Children program.

When “your freedom” threatens harm to others it becomes tyranny. The Bensalem School Board meeting Aug. 25 was to decide to accept recommendations of Bucks County Health Department and …

To Council Rock School Board members: Thank you for giving your time and attention to the matter of safety for our children in the coming school year at your meeting on Aug. 27. My gratitude to those …

The Central Bucks School Board has decided that masks will not be required. This means that every day, from every school, across every neighborhood, our own children will be carrying disease to the …

As the school buses roll, I’m so relieved that my grandsons are students in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. Like the New Hope-Solebury School District and Palisades School District, the …

A family of Afghans who supported United States allies mission for 20 years is trapped inside Taliban controlled Afghanistan. The family reached out to Project NAGA Inc., a Bucks County-based …

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