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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.

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.

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.

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

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 …

Lately, I’ve been thinking about 2024. For me, December isn’t just a time for taking stock in the year that’s ending. It’s also a time to plan for what lies ahead. A key component of that …

Local newspapers are not dead. According to the Pew Research Center, traffic has been steadily increasing. The reasons are varied and include factors like online subscriptions. People are realizing …

Local newspapers are not dead. According to the Pew Research Center, traffic has been steadily increasing. The reasons are varied and include factors like online subscriptions. People are realizing …

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-1, has thrown his support behind a bill he hopes will “jumpstart local investments” in community newspapers. Introduced last month by New York Republican Claudia …

Local news is good for business

It’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. A bipartisan bill, the Community News & Small Business Support Act, that has been introduced in Congress …

Through the generosity of Marv Woodall and his wife Dee Ann, Poet’s Corner got its start in February of this year. Nothing is guaranteed beyond that.Marv has recently pledged to match up to $25,000 …

In response to rising operating costs and the continuing challenges of today’s media landscape, Doylestown businessman and philanthropist Marv Woodall has pledged a matching grant of $25,000 to …

Up until the community events page, I was just reading the newspaper. When those five columns filled with art exhibits, music, theater, film, clubs and organizations, workshops and classes, support …

Editor & Publisher Magazine, which has covered the news industry since 1884, has named the Bucks County Herald to its 2023 list of “10 News Publishers That Do It Right.

Perhaps you should be asking what some of your former readers would like to see in your journalistic reporting. I for one would like to see unbiased comments from both sides of an issue rather than a …

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