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Thank you to Chris Ruvo for his article “Police concerned with accidents at Wrightstown intersection” (June 22). He mentioned that there may be a traffic study conducted, which might warrant …

In regard to the Herald article about state Sen. Santarsiero’s call to do something about mass shootings, he and many others that are understandably upset and frustrated often call for “common …

Seeing the gallows erected at our Capitol to hang Vice President Pence during the Jan. 6 insurrection reminded me of pictures of the guillotines erected during the French Revolution. More than …

Kudos to New Hope. It’s so nice to see the American flags lining Bridge Street. Shame on Lambertville for not replacing ours on Bridge Street.

I realize newspapers must play to emotion to have circulation, but please thank those at the BCH for publishing the “Have Heart ...” letter in the June 17, 2022 edition from Dan Gilligan. …

Later in this summer, PennDOT will finalize plans for the section officially noted as the U.S. 1 Section RC-3 Interchange. Similar to many of those who have in the last year either attended a …

Why is it that federal holidays are only for federal, state, city, banks and education employees? They enjoy many three-day weekends as the common worker toils on. Are these holidays just for …

There is that often repeated saying, “All it takes for evil to succeed, is for good men and women to stand by and do nothing.” At this point in our country’s life, we have the vast …

I am responding to the letter from Wycombe, “Does Anybody Care,” May 19. The writer states that before moving to Pennsylvania she lived in Hudson County, N.J., communities and that the …

First, let us say that the Herald is our best local newspaper. We look forward to picking it up at the Giant Market every week. You have so many local and interesting articles that we really enjoy …

In the June 2 BCH, I note the numerous letters and op-eds seeking gun control – actually another one of our society’s stolen language euphemisms; for what government policy might actually be required to control a man-made inanimate object?

Anyone who drives route 413 in Buckingham Township between 202 and 232 is likely familiar with the interchangeable flags on a residence not far past Buckingham Elementary School, each one a …

Delaware Canal State Park Towpath has been named Pennsylvania’s 2022 Trail of the Year by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. This was most certainly true in …

It was brought to my attention that the Palisades School Board at their meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, June in the Palisades High School auditorium will be considering whether to continue …

On June 4 a lifetime ago, the Battle of Midway turned the tide in the Pacific. On June 6 two years later, the D-Day landing in Normandy was the death knell for fascism. Through a combination …

Klutzy I am; I lose or forget things, but worst is dropping or sitting on my eyeglasses since they are imperative for me. I was a frequent customer for local Optometrists in Chestnut Hill, my …

In 2008 the Supreme Court, in a decision written by Antonin Scalia ruled that U.S. citizens have the right to keep firearms in the home for self defense. The decision pointedly said, however, that …

The faces of white supremacists advocating Replacement Theory are not limited to 18-year-olds (Buffalo, N.Y.). A Doylestown Township supervisor was seen distributing a flyer last October in a …

The CDC lists Pennsylvania as a “High Incidence” state for Lyme disease, which is spread by the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. It can cause skin rash, fever, fatigue, and headaches …

One sure way to perpetuate poverty, high welfare costs and high crime rates in this country, is to make sure single women can’t get abortions. Then there will be a plentiful supply of single …

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