Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Bannon: New Program to Improve Credit Score

WNPV’s Darryl Berger interviewed Mike Bannon, Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection, on a new program that allows consumers to improve their credit scores.   scores.

Group Calls For End of Property Taxes

Barry Papiernik, Host Of WNPV’s Bux-Mont Business Journal, interviewed Henry Rothrock with The Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition concerning a bill in the State House and Senate to replace property taxes with a hike in wage taxes and sales taxes. 1321-1e-3851081-6

New Township Manager in Upper Gwynedd

After holding the position of Township Manager in Chalfont for five years, Sandra Brookley Zadell will bring that experience to Upper Gwynedd Township. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.

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Pottstown Murder Investigation

Pottstown Police and the Montgomery County D.A.’s office investigate a fatal shooting. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.

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Towamencin Approves new Home Construction

New homes will be constructed along Keeler Road in Towamencin Township. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports   

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Gale Optimistic About May Primary

Darryl Berger interviewed Joe Gale, Minority Republican Montgomery County Commissioner, concerning his bid to be reelected to the Board of the Montgomery County Commissioners. Gale is running with his brother, Sean Gale.