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In Tinicum Township’s supervisors race, the Democrat candidate has served on committees and commissions, gaining limited insight into township governance. On the other hand, Republican candidate …

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 …

Barbara Vees talks about bringing a “New Culture of Leadership” to the Pennridge School Board in her recent (Sept. 14) article. How could this even be possible when the ones causing the issues …

Thirty-two years ago, in 1991, Doylestown Township made a $7.1 million investment in the future of our community, purchasing 155 acres of farmland and turning it into a park for our …

What is VOTE411?

When members of the League of Women Voters ask people if they know about VOTE411, they frequently get a blank stare. This online voter information and election resource is probably the league’s best kept secret …

Protect funding for Indian Valley Public Library

We would like to thank the sponsors and attendees of our annual Dinner in White to benefit the Indian Valley Public Library (IVPL). Over 200 members of our community gathered to dine and dance in …

The question of Vermilion Education’s curricular recommendations for Pennridge School District appears to have shifted — for what I presume is a lack of evidence — from accusations of my …

My comments relate to the guest opinion “New Hope Borough’s lost parking garage (Sept. 7).” The borough never got the $1.75M from the state grant. What has really been lost is $600,000 to …

There are moments in a public servant’s term when they must put aside any partisan divides in order to prioritize the safety of the community. In the spring, Central Bucks School Board President …

I had coffee recently with a friend who is a generation younger than I. He’s thoughtful, broadminded, and optimistic. He’s also a creative entrepreneur, having started three highly successful …

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 …

I was living in a small cabin in a rural part of Bucks County when what they call “first reports” came in. Like everyone, I have flashes of images and tones as the morning took instant focus.

Most parents know that the mental health and well-being of our children is essential to their academic success and their futures in general. That’s why it’s vital the Central Bucks School …

It is important for all of us, as citizens, to register and to vote in every election. The municipal elections in November typically receive the lowest turnout of any general election in the …

New Hope Borough’s lost parking garage

In New Hope’s council meeting on Aug. 15, characterized by intentionally generated hysteria, the borough did what quite possibly no other borough has done — returned $1.75 million to the …

The heroes behind our heroes

I had called my 58-year-old nephew. I just found out that he was going to be a grandfather and I wanted to congratulate him. We spoke for a few minutes and he asked me about the Eye Care Center, which …

Kudos to Doylestown Borough for its “Lights Out Doylestown” initiative. The Bucks County Audubon Society encourages all Bucks County municipalities to follow Doylestown’s example by asking …

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 …

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.

Chronic, unrelenting pain can take people to dark places. I see this often in my practice as a surgeon, and I’ve experienced it myself. After just 10 days of being in excruciating pain and unable …

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