Bucks County Herald

Herald wins five awards in state contest



Bill Brokaw won second place for a feature photograph with this image called “Delicious.” A little girl leaves parents far behind in Frenchtown, N.J., as she runs and tastes the snow in a mid-March snowfall.

The Bucks County Herald won five awards in the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association’s 2018 Professional Keystone Awards contest, including a first place for front page design in the Weekly Publication Division with over 10,000 circulation.

The awards were for stories and images from January to December 2017.

Kathryn Finegan Clark won second place for columns on portraying negative space, use of an exoskeleton and a fish sculpture for Lambertville’s Shad Festival.

Managing Editor David Campbell won a second place and honorable mention for sports stories on Quakertown High School and Delaware Valley University.

Editor Bridget Wingert won first place for front pages highlighting Little League opening day, a pipeline protest on the Frenchtown-Uhlerstown Bridge and New Hope’s Pride Parade.

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