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Cliff swallows are federally protected, migratory songbirds, and it is a violation of state and federal laws to harm them or interfere with their nests while they are breeding. They help us by eating …

A small faction of the Republican House is threatening a shutdown of our government unless Congress approves massive spending cuts. Many people — military, police, government employees, social …

Doylestown Borough deserves recognition for its decision to reduce light pollution through its Lights Out Doylestown initiative, as well as through its adoption of a lighting ordinance to regulate …

I remember voting my first time, the year the voting age was lowered to age 18 in 1971. I stood in a long line, so incredibly proud to be a fully fledged, adult American citizen, doing what has long …

Democracy is a form of government in which people are afforded power by representation in government. That representation is established through the right and freedom to vote. However, this right is …

As a Republican candidate for School Board Director, I would like to speak on the importance of governing effectively. As a team, we will elect strong leaders who will establish lines of …

I agree with Dr. Stephen Mass’s (Aug. 24) opinion not to allow biological boys to be competing in girls’ sports spaces. I grew up in Northwest Ohio in a town similar in geographical size as …

Peace of mind can be defined as the feeling of being safe and protected. While there are different milestones throughout our lives that bring us more peace of mind, one standout moment for me was …

Thank you, Rick Haring, for so articulately expressing the outrage many of us are feeling regarding the 40% raise given by the current Central Bucks Board of Education to Superintendent Abram …

In April, the Pennridge School Board signed a contract with Vermilion Education to consult on social studies curriculum. There has been strong public opposition at recent board meetings to both the …

To recap the final episode in New Hope’s parking garage saga: On Aug. 15, members of borough council’s recently formed “new” garage committee presented an analysis of the flaws in plans for a …

In our most recent New Hope Borough Council meeting (Aug. 15), residents were asked to build a 333-space parking garage for $28,000,000 ($23,000 per household liability) to be leased to hotels and …

Doylestown Borough would like to publicly thank C&N Bank, Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s, and the Central Bucks Education Association for sponsoring performances for our 2023 “Summer Shows for …

It’s pretty ironic that folks in Plumstead Township are upset about the odors from the nearby slaughterhouse. Are you kidding? Of course the odors are unpleasant, it’s the smell of terror, torture …

According to school board candidate Richard Haring, there is outrage over Dr. Abram Lucabaugh’s salary raise (“Central Bucks superintendent’s $85K raise outraged voters,” Aug. 3).

As an old lady looking back in time, I am disappointed in how this country is divided. I remember World War II. This country worked together to stay free from dictators. All able-bodied men were …

I just finished reading the 45-page (nearly two hours) Federal Indictment of Donald J. Trump on three counts of conspiracy occurring between Nov. 14, 2020 and Jan. 6, 2021 to defraud the People of …

It’s very strange that Ms. Aarati Martino has stayed silent with respect to the turmoil Central Bucks School District has been rocked with for the last eight months or so. In her two guest opinions …

Truly amazing that the Central Bucks School Board would approve an $85K raise for the school superintendent. Of course the vote was along party lines. I guess as a Bucks County resident our taxes will …

In a recent guest opinion (Central Bucks superintendent’s $85,000 raise outraged voters, Aug. 3) by Rick Haring, both Mr. Haring and the Bucks County Herald neglected to note that Haring’s wife …

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