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The following letter was received at the Herald on Thursday, Sept. 16. An update follows this letter. On the morning of 9/11/21, we took a neighborhood walk to reflect on the events of that day in …

Of potential interest to readers is that in Tinicum Township, Headquarters Road near the bridgeover Tinicum Creek was recently blocked up with stone and dirt by PennDOT (to prevent bicyclists from …

Like so many homes and businesses in Lambertville, the iconic Hibernia Fire Station located at 37 S. Main St. succumbed to 4 feet of flooding when the Swan Creek overflowed. Since 2017, the building …

A former American soldier who served in Afghanistan in military intelligence during several tours, Jayson Harpster, is trying to get two of his close friends and their families out of the country.

What we pull for

America, it’s the country most of us residing here will say we love, and we believe that to be true – usually, because it is, but how do we do love our mother country? It isn’t our …

This scholarship promotes fashion

Marty Staff was a colorful, much loved and cherished titan in the fashion industry, a business that is as much about illusion as it is fabric and thread. He once said, “As a child, people told …

The Ground Observer Corps

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During World War II, 1.5 million civilian volunteers were enrolled by the Army Air Forces to man 14,000 observation posts positioned along the nation’s coasts. With limited radar detection …

We attended the annual Bristol music festival Sept. 18 and we were not disappointed. We live approximately 50 miles from Bristol, but the experience was worth every mile and then some. The music …

On a ride home from a shopping spree, I asked my 15-year-old grandson what he thought of the Jan. 6 invasion of the Congress. “I don’t know” he said. “Did you watch it?” …

State Highway designations in Pennsylvania are within the beloved “keystone.”

I have resided in Tinicum Township for over 30 years. I came to Tinicum Township after serving 10 years as a teacher, educational evaluator, and senior level school administrator with the New York …

On behalf of Doylestown Borough Council, Mayor Strouse, and the Doylestown community, I would like to thank the Bucks County Herald for its sponsorship of the 2021 Bucks County Classic Cycling Race. …

Solebury Township was an early leader in recognizing the importance of managing the growth of its community by preserving land and open space. Starting in 1996, Solebury voters overwhelmingly …

Sadly, in these divisive times, community service in West Rockhill Township is now viewed as “pet projects.” Jim Miller, incumbent West Rockhill Township supervisor, is being attacked for …

There is a school policy that doesn’t allow a child to bring a peanut butter sandwich or other peanut butter snack to school because it might cause harm to a child who has a peanut allergy.

This letter is written to the persons who are unwilling to mask or be vaccinated. When asked, their answer is that it is their freedom or right to act in this manner. In reality, it is their refusal …

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, …

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