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Parade people of Lambertville

May is when the fallen are remembered, freedom is celebrated and pride is on display. Two parades take place on Lambertville’s North Union Street this month, in recognition of seemingly disparate but ultimately unified groups.

Get ready to make some noise for the New Hope Celebrates (NHC) 21st annual LGBTQ+ Pride Festival, taking place May 11-19 in New Hope and Lambertville. This year’s PrideFest theme is “Hear Us …

First of all, let me say that bullying of any kind, for any reason, is inexcusable. It’s ugly. It’s hateful. No one should have to live in fear of being attacked just for being “different.” …

In a 5-1 vote, the Central Bucks School Board Tuesday approved a settlement with a teacher who said he was retaliated against for his support of LGBTQ+ students. The federal civil rights lawsuit …

The Central Bucks School District and one of its middle school teachers who sued the district and its then-superintendent in federal court last year, saying his civil rights were violated, have reached a settlement.

The other night I attended the Rainbow Room’s vigil for Nex Benedict at Salem Church of Christ in Doylestown, where I serve as pastor. Nex, a 16-year-old non-binary sophomore from Oklahoma, died …

They came to share their grief, their fear and their outrage. Last month’s death of an Oklahoma non-binary teen a day after a fight in their school has drawn international attention and renewed …

Prior to the recent Central Bucks School Board elections, if one had listened only to major media reports and certain candidates, one would have gotten the unmistakable impression that the four …

As she was sworn in to her seat on the Central Bucks School Board Monday night, Karen Smith placed her hand on a stack of controversial books, several of which were challeneged under the previous school board's now-suspended Policy 109.2.

The newly seated Penridge School Board elected Democrat Ron Wurz as president and Republican Christine Batycki as vice president Monday night.

Four students and a teacher have filed a federal discrimination complaint against the Pennridge School District.

An event created by New Hope Celebrates, “Queer Cuts: New Hope” on Sunday screened five films created by LGBTQ+ filmmakers at the Bucks County Playhouse. According to New Hope Celebrates, “These …

A chance meeting occurred at a documentary film screening for 5B, which recalls the experiences of nurses in the HIV/AIDS ward of San Francisco General Hospital at the start of the AIDS epidemic. At …

A seventh-grade school teacher has become a target in the Palisades school board race. A campaign flyer paid for by Just Concerned Citizens that arrived in potential voters’ mailboxes over the …

Gray Auld, owner of Saving Grace Grooming, knew what they wanted to do for a living almost from the beginning. “Growing up I worked for my parents’ laminating company during the summers, but dog grooming was actually my first real job,” Gray said.

Advocates for Inclusive Education Bucks County held a community social event that led to a book reading culminating in discussion on Aug. 30. The issue at hand is suitability of books containing adult …

The fresh question before our Central Bucks School District, unimaginable five years ago, is whether there is a place for biological boys on girls’ sports teams and in locker rooms. The question, …

In a new complaint, the Pennsylvania ACLU is accusing the Central Bucks School District administration and its retained lawyers of “misleading the public” in a 151-page report that refuted the ACLU’s earlier findings of a “widespread culture of discrimination” against LGBTQ students.

Referencing the article by Freda Savana concerning the Rainbow Room (Hundreds support Planned Parenthood’s Rainbow Room, July 20), I believe there should be no bias against the transgender …

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