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Our great grandfather's notebooks were filled with everyday joys like his marriage and family births; mounting frustrations like salt, sugar and sock shortages and the... [Read More]
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The Hawks could close out the second-round series Friday, though the Sixers won Game 3 in Atlanta... [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board approved Tuesday steps to set a legal limit for PFAS levels in drinking water. [Read More]
The pilot of a small plane died in a crash in Buckingham Tuesday morning near Doylestown Airport. [Read More]
The GOP blocked the formation of a committee to investigate the Jan. 6 incursion because Republicans are afraid the findings might hurt them in 2022. [Read More]
Democrats get blamed for not playing by the rules, while Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell makes them up to benefit the Republican Party. [Read More]
Bucks County Commissioner Diane Marseglia's comments were wrong and unfair to Judge Robert G. Mellon, whose conduct is even-handed, judicious and wise. [Read More]
Yes, we need to know the truth about COVID-19, but we also need to know the truth about the deadly attack of Jan. 6. [Read More]
Hate Donald Trump or not, evidence is lacking that he perpetrated the Jan. 6 incident, while Maxine Waters was clear in her diatribe on TV. [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission found contraband during a routine search of Parx Racing last month. [Read More]
Just as Pride Month kicked off, two Pennridge seniors were crowned queens as the school's first-ever gay couple to win prom court. [Read More]
Payton Gormley, an Abington grad, stars in soccer and lacrosse at Bryn Athyn College. This year she was the SCAC Player of the Year in... [Read More]
Master Falconer Tom Stanton and educator Paul McEnerney will present a falconry program to kick off Grundy Library's summer reading program. [Read More]
This year's senior class has seen it all. But now it's time to say goodbye, put their COVID high school years behind them and move... [Read More]
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