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We have been hearing about the fight over Headquarters Road bridge and other bridges for more than 12 years. Meanwhile the elephant in the room is the deteriorating condition of Route 611 North of …

Following holiday spending, families are tightening their budgets and closely monitoring their spending. Financial households are teetering on the edge of debt. I came face-to-face with this painful …

The Bucks County Herald’s excellent “Trading Up” series on the state of vocational and technical education at the secondary and higher education levels reveals the extraordinary scope of opportunities available to Bucks County residents.

An opinion piece titled “Drug Price Controls Hurt Investment in New Medicines” in the (Dec. 14) Herald made some interesting points regarding the federal government’s efforts to mitigate the …

Except for ruffling through much appreciated pages of the Herald, I’d almost forgotten the joys of leisurely reading through an actual paper paper. Neither the Times nor the Wall Street Journal …

As a Penn Stater, Class of 1963, I was disappointed with the loss to Mississippi in the Peach Bowl, and I was irate with the key Penn State football players who sat out the game. Four of them signed …

The beginning of each new year brings something exciting for every person — whether it’s a life milestone such as a wedding or maybe a relaxing vacation. For the Fraternal Order of Police …

For those who are unaware, I’m noting that U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick went out of his way during his Christmas holiday to visit our troops in South Korea.A round trip to South Korea to visit U.S. …

When I was just a kid my mother instilled in me a love of reading. When she finished a huge tome she would toss it to me. I devoured those books. Most of them were about the Holocaust. My young mind …

The op-ed section of the Dec. 14 issue of the Bucks County Herald carried an attack on Karen Smith, the newly installed chair of the Central Bucks School Board. The author denounced Smith for taking …

As a resident of Chalfont, I am distressed to see the steady destruction of woodlands for development.

The joy of giving

I enjoyed reading Camille Mancuso’s Chatterbox column (No ribbons required, Dec. 14) about her giving her family experiences instead of material gifts. Often gifting during the holidays is a time to …

Sunday night, Dec. 17, an Israeli tank-fired shell hit Naser Hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. As reported by Defense for Children International — Palestine, the shell didn’t …

We want to thank the good folks at Beaver Building & Remodeling in Chalfont for giving our family an early Christmas gift. We are a retired couple that is raising our granddaughter, age 7.

As a retired teacher, it’s distressing to imagine what the school day must be like for current teachers. When I taught first grade my only safety concern was, “Would Jimmy fall off the jungle …

As the postmaster for 18931, I want to assure you that the United States Postal Service is ready to deliver for the upcoming holiday season. My dedicated team and I have worked to ensure we are …

Making this Nov. 7 election extra special was 95-year-old World War II veteran Eddie Fields, of Dogwood Drive. Eddie graced Upper Moreland’s Ward 4-1 with yet another in-person vote.

I didn’t know whether to write this letter because I already voted for the Newtown Borough Council. But, in the future, I would want all the persons who are presently members of the council to be …

Most Americans are brainwashed into believing we have a democracy. My dad taught me at a very young age the following: The caveman with the biggest club had the power, then came the pharaoh and his …

A Nov. 22 Washington Post story gives more information about a major shooting in Louisville last April. The shooter says openly that it was extremely easy for him to buy an AR-15. This gun accounts …

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