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Last Tuesday, the Tinicum Township Board of Supervisors made the historic and courageous decision to proceed with engineering and legal arrangements to assume the rehabilitation and stewardship …

The future is in good hands with teenagers like Max Jin, Luka Jonjic and Dylan Schwartz. The three Central Bucks South High School students recently worked with state Rep. Brian Munroe, D-144, to …

Once again, the representative we sent to Congress, Brian Fitzpatrick, has demonstrated his unwillingness to act with integrity by voting for the impeachment of Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas without …

The fact that SEPTA does not provide any bus or Regional Rail service to Quakertown is, in my opinion, totally unacceptable.

I see that our allegedly bipartisan, consensus-seeking Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has disgraced himself again by voting “yes” on the impeachment measure against Alejandro Mayorkas.How can he …

Hearing Supreme Court Justice Roberts interrogate Colorado’s defense for excluding Donald Trump from the ballot was educational. No longer is the meaning of the words important, not even the intent. …

Only three members of the entire House Republican caucus had the decency and good sense to vote against the impeachment of Alejandro Mayorkas, the Homeland Security secretary. Our self-proclaimed …

The U.S. conducted airstrikes this month in Iraq and Syria against Iran-affiliated militia.This tit-for-tat, violence-first response threatens a rapid spiral into all-out war.If we stop arming …

I would love to thank Mary Elcavage from the Cactus Grill Restaurant and Bar in Pipersville for her extraordinary thoughtfulness for me at the Grill.My car would not start, and I could not reach my …

After reading last week’s guest opinion about the most talked about bridge in the nation being renovated, I’m hoping the residents in Tinicum can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Salem Church on East Court Street is running its annual food drive during the month of February. It is collecting nonperishable food along with personal items for those who are experiencing food …

I would like to start with a straightforward question, not a trick question nor a loaded question. What do you get when you join two Bucks County Commissioners Diane M. Ellis Marseglia and Robert J. …

Police killings and violence have been increasing across the USA since 2020 during and after COVID-19. But in some cases besides the police officers making a mistake with shooting an unarmed person, …

I am very appreciative of the Herald including Susan Talia Delone’s wonderful column (Ramblings of a Native Plant Gardener, Feb. 1) describing the winter landscape in Aquetong Spring Park.

In response to votes from its shareholders, Costco has committed to reducing its contribution to climate change. However, the issuer of Costco’s credit card is Citi, which is the world’s …

NAMI Philadelphia’s mission is to provide education, advocacy, awareness, support and resources to those whose lives are impacted by mental illness. Together with other members of the community, we …

Every time I hear or read about people, especially Republicans, who question President Biden’s ability to perform the duties of his office because he is over 80 years old, my blood boils.I am 88 …

I commend the Bucks County Herald and journalists Brett Duffey and Andy Holtzman for the outstanding “Trading Up” series. The three-part series was a comprehensive analysis focused on 21st-century …

In the his Jan. 18, State of the City address, Lambertville Mayor Andrew Nowick provided various types of information. Three points stood out.First, our city fiscal position shows some stabilization …

On Feb. 13, the voters of PA District 140 (Morrisville, Tullytown, Falls and parts of Middletown) have a chance to make history and make life better for all Pennsylvanians. Because former State Rep. …

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