The Centurion

There’s a Historic Number of Women Running for Office Across America – and They’re Winning
Two Women Charged With Hacking Bucks Computer Systems
Journalism Faces Threats of Fake News and Ad Duopoly in New Digital Age
Racist and Homophobic Incidents At Local Public Schools Draw Concern from Administrators, Anti-Hate Groups
Bucks County Elections Results
Quakertown Renovations Cost Much More than Expected
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Comics made by staffer Sarah Zawodniak about two mysterious toys on the fountain by the Gateway Center.
Holiday Gift Ideas for a Broke College Student
Take a Journey with the Bucks Travel Club
Civil Rights Activist Speaks About Need for Peace
Music Professor Succeeds in Making Bucks an “All Steinway School”
Students’ Thanksgiving Habits Reflect Diverse Traditions
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Why You Should Care About Net Neutrality
Journalism Faces Threats of Fake News and Ad Duopoly in New Digital Age
Three Cup Peach Cobbler Recipe
ESPN Hosts Face Wrath of Network as Protests Drag On
Medical Weed Legalized: While Some Moods Are Lit, Others Remain Skeptical
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Bucks Law Enforcement Event Shows How Criminal Justice is About More Than Just Crime
“Under the Knife” Exhibit At Bucks
True Colors Fund Helps LGBTQ+ Community
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Connected to electronics, and  disconnected from childhood
New technology helps make online learning more personal
Transgender woman redefines the most important relationship of all
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Reverse Racism; Fact or Fiction?
With police brutality, law enforcement spreads fear among citizens
Islam Awareness Week sponsored by Bucks M. S. A.
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