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President Biden has organized a coalition of nations that are intent on preventing Vladimir Putin from taking Ukraine by military force, out of concern that if Putin is successful there, the rest of …

Whoever thought this could happen so fast? The temporary fix of I-95 is a monumental achievement which deserves lots of praise, mainly for the men and women in community and government who worked …

I do not have any skin in the games that are being played at both the Pennridge and Central Bucks school districts because I do not live in either district nor do I have any children of school age.

Regarding the commentary titled “Detractors should embrace electric vehicles (June 8),” while the writer makes a fair number of valid points, he and the members of his fan club never answer a …

In her Bucks County Herald article (“Just, safe policing starts with data and transparency” June 1), the NAACP’s Karen Downer reminds us to go with the science. Good advice. Get the data.

A few years ago, I started a petition to rename SEPTA’s West Trenton Line “The Ewing Line.” The reason being is that it runs to Ewing Township, New Jersey. Every resident of Ewing Township wants …

Many seniors have been losing their homes because of failure to pay school and real estate taxes on the property. Here are my thoughts on the subject: When a senior starts his Social Security pension …

Growing up in Yardley, surrounded by lush forests and thriving farmland, the issue of climate pollution seemed like a remote reality. It would have shocked me to discover that less than 20 minutes …

I was glad to see that a number of Bucks police departments have engaged collaboratively with the NAACP regarding transparency in the three years since the George Floyd killing (“Just, safe …

Recently I attended the Pennridge High School Arts Festival. It was a wonderful display of student art and an incredible concert by the orchestra, chorus and band. Congratulations to the music …

In last week’s article about the New Hope-Solebury School District raising taxes 2 percent (New Hope-Solebury eyes final budget with 2% tax increase, June 1), Board President Judy Finn is quoted as …

Republicans insisting their support for addressing our national debt must be tied to spending cuts is both hypocritical and disastrous.Candidate Trump promised he, as president, would rid the United …

Many of us who attended Doylestown Borough’s Historical and Architectural Review Board meeting last month regarding the proposal to build a hotel on the site of the old Borough Hall, had concerns …

I agree wholeheartedly with the May 18 letter (Solebury charging station won’t benefit most residents) claiming that it benefits a minority of residents. We’re finding the federal government and …

Reliable public transportation is essential for all communities. It helps reduce emissions, prevent heavy traffic congestion, and is beneficial for low-income earners that do not own a …

Thanks go out to Melissa Eiseman for enabling Bucks County voters to know their representatives’ positions on the issues. The Herald’s April 6 edition shows our Rep. Fitzpatrick voted “No” on …

The Biden administration has introduced the Justice40 Initiative. This initiative aims to make 40% of certain funds available to marginalized and underserved communities that are more likely impacted …

I am very glad that the Herald points out how our legislators vote on legislation. However, I wonder what motivated David Barry, your Politics Editor, to (on April 20) call out only the nay votes of …

Four score and 13 years ago, I came into the vale of tears, the product of Mary McMonagle Forbes and Arthur Forbes of Germantown. The ensuing five decades all contained periods of hardship, despair …

Recently, we have all seen the closing of local movie theaters. Quakertown has been impacted by this as well. Formerly a multi-screen theater operated off California Road behind Walmart, the building …

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