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Look after our neighbors

It’s time we reject separation from each other caused by our chosen blinders, intolerance, ham-fisted maxims and all the hurly-burly of ever hastening lives. Let’s pause now and then and look out …

By the Way: Holiday gifts for American heroes

Live evergreen wreaths, their red bows fluttering in the old hilltop cemetery, mark the veterans’ graves at the Upper Tinicum Cemetery in Upper Black Eddy during this holiday season.

HISTORY LIVES: Maennerchor Society Hall

Maennerchor (men’s chorus) was the name given to immigrant German social clubs established in the United States. The Gossiper dated March 29, 1912, gives the following …

Letting Go

When you napped in my arms, the plump of your lips bearing a slick of milk, your infant breath sweet as nostalgia, I didn’t consider the pulling away. I knew, of course, it would happen based on all the …

The joy of giving

I enjoyed reading Camille Mancuso’s Chatterbox column (No ribbons required, Dec. 14) about her giving her family experiences instead of material gifts. Often gifting during the holidays is a time to …

Sunday night, Dec. 17, an Israeli tank-fired shell hit Naser Hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. As reported by Defense for Children International — Palestine, the shell didn’t …

I very much enjoyed reading Jean Rollo’s article and photo from the Doylestown Historical Society archival records about the Trappe Family Singers who performed a Christmas concert in December 1941 …

Another holiday season is upon us and, as a senior citizen, I find myself reflecting on Christmas and how it used to be celebrated and what we do now. Christmas trees and decorations have been on …

In the November 2023 municipal election, “we the people” made our decisions about who would represent us. We voted for commissioners and row officers, township and borough officials, judicial …

As it happens around here once in a while, my holiday column was naughty, not nice, and veered off on its own. So, please enjoy the remix of this happy holiday memory: “This holiday season isn’t …

From January to December, every week, all year long, the Bucks County Herald offers the news you really need to know — what’s going on in your own backyard.

HISTORY LIVES: General Greene Inn

In 1752, at the intersection of today’s Old York Road (Rt. 263) and Durham Road (Rt. 413), Henry Jamison opened a tavern known as “Jamison’s,” a stop on the stagecoach …

Among My Father’s Stories

Much is blamed on women. How we wear our beauty, for example: boldly, irresponsibly, flash and flaunt, or not at all: mouse dropping drab. It’s 1948, girls are singing, wearing white, a chorus from the …

We want to thank the good folks at Beaver Building & Remodeling in Chalfont for giving our family an early Christmas gift. We are a retired couple that is raising our granddaughter, age 7.

As a retired teacher, it’s distressing to imagine what the school day must be like for current teachers. When I taught first grade my only safety concern was, “Would Jimmy fall off the jungle …

As the postmaster for 18931, I want to assure you that the United States Postal Service is ready to deliver for the upcoming holiday season. My dedicated team and I have worked to ensure we are …

When I became a physician more than 20 years ago, one of the first things I worked on was how to address unremitting, severe migraines. Since then, I’ve spent much of my energy helping to create …

My journey began with the diagnosis of ischemic heart disease, also known as coronary artery disease. I was diagnosed with this soon after my separation from the United States Air Force.

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, the sun shone brightly. Little did we know that this beautiful day would end as the second bloodiest on American soil in history. The dust had hardly settled when …

Indeed, a picture is worth a thousand words. In the Dec. 7 issue of the Herald, you published the photo of Ms. Karen Smith with her hand on a pile of books taking the oath of office for the Central …

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