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Expanding options beyond the 12-steps

Battling addiction is a complicated matter that often involves many different pathways to recovery. Besides traditional clinical treatment, individuals are also strongly encouraged to seek support …

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 …

I am the daughter of Steven Gidumal, and our family owns the land on which the abandoned Tinicum bridge sits. The protection and preservation of the (Headquarters Road) bridge is an issue I have been …

Chatterbox: Where photos speak volumes

There is, for each of us, that time of day, hopefully, when we sit down with a pinch of time to burn, whether we’re too tired to do anything else or just need to wind down. I find myself surfing …

When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? To surrender dreams, this may be madness...Too much sanity may be madness! But maddest of all is to see life as it is and not as it should …

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 …

HISTORY LIVES: Camp Meeting

In August of 1889, a broadside was posted all over Doylestown, promoting a camp meeting “in Mr. Fisher’s Grove on East Street near the borough line.” It was sponsored by …

Passion in Tyler State Park

Swallows race to open-mouthed young in the cob-webbed rafters of the cedar boat house. The feeding frenzy takes a voyeuristic back seat as the birds watch lovers entwined on a park bench. Even birds …

I commend the Bucks County Herald and journalists Brett Duffey and Andy Holtzman for the outstanding “Trading Up” series. The three-part series was a comprehensive analysis focused on 21st-century …

In the his Jan. 18, State of the City address, Lambertville Mayor Andrew Nowick provided various types of information. Three points stood out.First, our city fiscal position shows some stabilization …

End the cruelty of live pigeon shoots

Pennsylvania, often celebrated for its rich history and diverse landscapes, harbors a dark secret that stains its reputation. We are the last state in the country to openly and legally permit live …

T.S. Eliot once wrote that April is the cruelest month. Anyone with a January birthday would vehemently disagree with his assertion. It is ironic that Eliot died on Jan. 4. The real cruelest month …

Prior to the recent Central Bucks School Board elections, if one had listened only to major media reports and certain candidates, one would have gotten the unmistakable impression that the four …

The case against gas-powered lawn equipment

Everyone’s experienced the frustration of listening to the loud roar of lawn care equipment being used nearby, but most Pennsylvanians are likely unaware of the massive amounts of air pollution …

Last week America celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As usual, for me, the day was a time of reflection on where we are as a nation concerning racial equality. I must say that 2023 was a disturbing …

I just discovered I’ve got something in common with legions of other women, the likes of Taylor Swift and Meghan Markle, Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Sally Ride and Venus Williams as well as about …

HISTORY LIVES: Corner of Church, Lacy and North Main streets

The Five Points Hotel at 235 N. Main St. was once owned by William B. Crouthamel, a Republican. The late Judge Harmon Yerkes, a staunch Democrat, was on …

Chatterbox: Art imitating life

It’s no secret to anyone who ever watched the television series “Little House on the Prairie,” based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder, that, happy or sad, not one episode ended with dry …

On Feb. 13, the voters of PA District 140 (Morrisville, Tullytown, Falls and parts of Middletown) have a chance to make history and make life better for all Pennsylvanians. Because former State Rep. …

We have been hearing about the fight over Headquarters Road bridge and other bridges for more than 12 years. Meanwhile the elephant in the room is the deteriorating condition of Route 611 North of …

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