AMBLER -- Celebrating music educators, the 8th Annual Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute Ovation Award took place this spring with over 50 nominations of music teachers by current and former music students. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, there was a surprise presentation outside the…

By now, you may have read something about the report to Congress about unidentified flying objects. Editors like to get things a little ahead of time, and I’m writing this a bit before the Department of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence were scheduled to deliver an unclassifi…

AMBLER -- Kate Quinn Wright, a contemporary realist painter, is the current exhibitor at Art in the Storefront, 41 E. Butler Ave., Ambler. Wright’s drawings and paintings include images of the figure, still life, landscape paintings, and limited edition prints. Her specialty is portrait pain…

There seem to be a lot of articles about artificial intelligence in newspapers and magazines these days. Some of the other stuff in print makes me think that what we need is more regular intelligence,

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NEW BRITAIN — Charges that a Chalfont woman cyber harassed three teenagers who were part of the same cheerleading group as her daughter will move forward to Bucks County Court following a May 14 preliminary hearing, but the case may be moving away from accusations that she used "deep fake" d…

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On Sunday, May 23 at 4 p.m., the Bethlehem Baptist Church will have a service honoring our African American legends. The Lord has placed this service on my heart, for we have been blessed with so many gifted men and women of God who have paved the way for countless others. They have made out…

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UPPER DUBLIN -- Like everything else in our world, fighting cancer has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic too. Cancer patients have experienced delays in care; life-saving cancer screenings have plummeted dramatically; and research dollars have undergone a significant decline, threatenin…