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Federal Probe of All Pa. Catholic Dioceses

The investigation started a day after the Pa. State Senate failed to pass a law that would have permitted sex abuse victims a two year window to file lawsuits against the Catholic Church and other institutions. The 40th statewide Grand Jury, which cited 301 predator priests and more then 1,000 victims over seven decades, made […]


Safe Harbor Bill Will Help Children

Before the bill, children who were taken by human traffickers were often treated like criminals. State Senator Daylin Leach crafted the bill with State Senator Stewart Greenleaf.

Univest to Hold Ribbon Cutting For New Museum

The museum in Souderton will feature the first deposit ledgers and other pieces of history concerning the old Union National Bank.


North Wales Area Library Pays Off Mortgage

The North Wales Area Library will be able to offer more to the community now that they no longer are tied into mortgage payments.


Sex Abuse Victims Bill Stalls in Pa. Senate

The bill would have given victims of sexual abuse a two year window to sue their abusers. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports


Lansdale Approves Law on Use of Fireworks

The new Lansdale Borough ordinance allows District Judges to fine violators of the measure on a sliding scale between 25 and a thousand dollars.  

Mike Pettine Sr. Statue to Be Unveiled Friday

Mike Pettine Sr., the late legendary coach of CB West, served as coach of the high school’s football team for 33 seasons, compiling 326 victories, and winning four state titles. Mile Pettine Jr. is the defensive coordinator for the Greenbay Packers.


Warning to Residents in Bucks About Explosives

David Surman Jr., who owns a chemical company, was charged in June for making explosive devices. Residents reported hearing about 30 explosions starting in April.