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Midway into his second year in the editor’s chair at the Bucks County Herald, John Anastasi has earned a place on Editor & Publisher Magazine’s list of 17 exemplary editors working at news media companies around the nation.

I realize you try to present a balanced view, but how about adopting this idea? Given that, as we all know, the country is presently divided roughly 50/50 in terms of political views and support, why don’t you adopt a policy of publishing one letter representing each side whenever one or the other comes in?

In November we will go to the polls to vote — not just for President, but also for U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Here in Bucks County, voters will also be choosing 10 representatives to the Pennsylvania Legislature.

American Heritage Credit Union was recently named to the 2024 Best-in-State Credit Unions list by Forbes and as a finalist for the 2024 Best Places to Work Extra-Large Category by The Philadelphia Business Journal.

It’s always a pleasure and a privilege to talk about the fine journalists who write the stories, take the photographs and design the pages you see week in and week out in the Bucks County Herald newspaper.

In response to the summer slump of advertising revenue and the rising costs of sustaining its award-winning news operations, the Bucks County Herald Foundation has embarked on its second annual “Summer Fundraising Drive.”

A few days after the end of the spring semester at Bucks County Community College, I was in the newsroom where I teach journalism and where the student newspaper, The Centurion, is produced. One of the paper’s editors, journalism student Christian Grosso, and I were busy tossing out old copies of the paper. The Centurion is one of a declining number of student papers nationwide that are still actually printed, and the stacks of old issues were starting to take over the room.

How disappointing it was to read the Bucks County Herald’s April 18 article entitled “Chalfont updates comprehensive plan.

The Bucks County Herald Foundation will hold its inaugural “Executive Exchange” for the Business Friends of the Herald on Wednesday, June 5 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Vela Restaurant in Doylestown.

Your front page tribute to Brian Fitzpatrick six months before his reelection shows an obvious and sad choice to slant information presented to the public. You printed an article on Brian Fitzpatrick …

Quakertown Community High School announces a pioneering collaboration with Laura Bishop Communications (LBC), ushering in an innovative approach to experiential learning and professional development for students.

Unfortunately, the major media has characterized the current campus protests as simply involving bigotry, anger, harassment and violence, without recognizing that the thrust of all the protests is to …

The Spring/Summer 2024 issue of “Neshaminy, the Bucks County Historical and Literary Journal” is out. It studies how Doylestown Borough reinvented itself in the 1960s not by replacing historic …

The Bucks County Herald Foundation has announced the recent appointment of Jacqui Griffith to its board of directors.

When journalists emphasize the importance of the Sunshine Act, some people might think we’re seeking special favors or a particular privilege — that we’re looking for more ways to “get …

It is awards season — and not just for Hollywood. The Bucks County Herald Foundation, the nonprofit entity that owns the Bucks County Herald newspaper, has received the prestigious Platinum Seal of Transparency …

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 …

I am writing to express my appreciation for the exceptional work of Andy Holtzman and Brett Duffey in the “Trading Up” series in the Bucks County Herald. Their commitment to investigative …

Three weeks ago in this space, I made what I thought was a big ask. I called for a dozen volunteers to spend one evening a month with me throughout 2024 at the Bucks County Herald’s office in …

Except for ruffling through much appreciated pages of the Herald, I’d almost forgotten the joys of leisurely reading through an actual paper paper. Neither the Times nor the Wall Street Journal …

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