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Who’s afraid of the big AI? Well, maybe I am. War rages in the Middle East and Ukraine. Tyrants scheme and fume over elections all over the world. But I am caught up in my own little concerns about …

Artist Kate Quinn Wright simply painted what she loved — and it won her the Bucks County Herald Award in memory of Joseph T. Wingert, founding publisher, at the 94th Juried Art Show at Phillips Mill.

Wander Woman is painted in silver on her black GMC truck, but Wonder Woman would be as fitting a description for Linda Jenny. The goal of this Upper Bucks equestrienne is to ride her horse, Roxy, in all 48 mainland states.

By the Way: The young woman and the sea

She is a woman in love with the sea. Her enchantment began when she was only 8 years old, conquering wind and waves in a dinghy. Last Friday, the slender, dark-haired Capt. Lauren Morgens docked the …

When we think of the Lenape roaming through our woods and fishing our rivers and streams, we tend to picture them in a familiar landscape — in our world. “Not so,” said historian Amy Hollander …

When my son and his family last visited us, my elder grandson, who is 14, excitedly emerged from our basement with an old telephone in hand. His cheeks were flushed, his eyes sparkling, his …

Philip S. Getty thinks of his metal detecting passion as “dirt fishing.” “It is a bit like fishing,” the Solebury man says. “You feel a slight tug and instead of a bass, it’s a pull tab or …

The New Hope Historical Society has announced the lineup for its 21st Annual Speaker Series that will be presented every Monday in April beginning on April 3 at 5 p.m. in the auditorium of the Logan …

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