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Through a partnership between the Bucks County Branch of the NAACP and The League of Women Voters of Bucks County, and ahead of the Nov. 5 election, Bucks County Community College will host “Candidates Forum: Education in Pennsylvania.”

Clarice Schillinger, a conservative parents’ rights advocate and former GOP candidate for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, entered a plea of no contest Wednesday in Bucks County, to a charge of furnishing alcohol to minors attending her 17-year-old daughter’s birthday party last fall; she was sentenced to 12 months of probation.

The two vacant seats on the Central Bucks School Board will be filled tonight, following 10-minute, public candidate interviews. The special meeting of the board is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the district’s administrative building at 16 Welden Drive in Doylestown.

To everyone who supported my candidacy for Council Rock School Board, I extend my heartfelt gratitude. Your confidence has inspired me, even further, to work tirelessly for the betterment of our kids …

Loser in a room full of winners

I was in a huge ballroom with so many friends, allies and candidates from all over Bucks County — Steve Santarsiero, Bob Harvie, Diane Marseglia, every Central Bucks School Board candidate on the …

A day at the polls in the more rural Upper Bucks communities is often a bit of a gabfest for voters who don’t see each other as often as those in more heavily populated areas. They often stand …

The nonpartisan Pennridge Ministerium has scheduled a Pennridge School Board candidates forum for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at Pennridge North Middle School. “Our plan is to go with the candidates …

It was front page news in the Bucks County Herald in early July that another Central Bucks teacher was charged with corruption of a minor. The former CB South and West teacher had electronically …

Over the past eight years, the Pennridge School District has been in decline. In 2015, our school was ranked 54th in the state. The 2022 rankings indicated a significant drop to 145th.Staff morale is …

If you’ve seen the big blue signs or gotten the texts or mailers about me, you may have some questions. Please know that I have nothing to hide. So, I’m writing to share the facts before you head …

In responding to a local reporter who recently wrote a newspaper article on “transparency,” I inquired as to why the members of the Democrat slate of Pennridge School Director candidates did not …

“I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the …

Restore Pennridge’s damaged legacy on Nov. 7

At a recent Pennridge school board committee meeting, I found myself watching the lights at Helman Stadium while reflecting on the state of our district.

West Rockhill Township deserves a change in leadership, and I am running to be that change. Incumbent Jay Keyser has been in office for 18 years and has taken approximately $500K of our tax dollars to …

A Sept. 21 guest opinion (I reported a gun at a Central Bucks meeting. Here’s what happened next) insinuated that I, as Central Bucks School Board President, ignored a potential safety situation at …

Pennridge is worth protecting

As a nominee on the “Protect Pennridge” slate of candidates for Pennridge School Board, I’m proud that each of us comes from a different background with our own set of life experiences and …

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 …

Once again the Pennridge School Board has defied and disappointed the community and our dedicated teachers and administrators. On Monday night (Aug. 28), our board voted 5-4 to rush in an incomplete …

Central Bucks is filled with wonderful, thoughtful people. We’re the kind of community where we really care about each other, where we know our neighbors and are kind and try to lend a helping hand …

There are multiple studies published linking a high performing school board and a high performing school district with the district’s superintendent as the cornerstone of the school board.

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