Entries by News Director

Veterans Recognized in Norristown

Montgomery County officials remembered the many Americans missing in action or held prisoner during the wars of the nation in Norristown on Friday. It was national P.O.W. M.I.A. Recognition Day and Commissioner Joe Gale said the Veterans Memorial, near the courthouse in Norristown, reminds everyone of the sacrifice. Commissioner Chair Val Arkoosh said the county […]

Bill Cosby in Court For Sentencing

Entertainer Bill Cosby will be in Montgomery County Court Monday morning for the fist of two sentencing hearings. Cosby was found guilty by a jury in April on three counts of sexually assaulting Andrea Constand inside his Cheltenham Township home in 2004 with the use of pills and wine. Prominent Lansdale attorney Marc Steinberg weighed-in […]

Lansdale Close to Passing Law on Fireworks

Lansdale officials next month could be ready to take action on an ordinance governing the use of fireworks in their community. Borough Council Thursday night authorized advertising the measure for adoption. It will bring consistency between regulations in the Borough and the State Law that last year legalized setting off consumer grade fireworks on private […]

Weather Expert Urges Preparedness

In the wake of Hurricane Florence and other storms that are likely to hit the east coast, Meteorologist and natural preparedness disaster expert Cheryl Nelson was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition Thursday with Darryl Berger to advise people about how vital it is to be ready for floods and storms.

Lansdale Applies For Grants

Infrastructure upgrades could be in the works for north Cannon Avenue in Lansdale. The Borough is applying for two state grants totaling 850,000 that would be used for storm sewer improvements on the road that runs into the North Penn Business Park owned by Stoltz Real Estate Partners. Council Member Leon Angelichio says the state […]

Parking Restrictions Considered in Towamencin

Towamencin officials are considering parking restrictions on Bustard Road. Township Manager Rob Ford says there have been complaints about the trucks and recreational vehicles left on the shoulder of the highway between Adams Road and Liberty ell Drive. Ford says it’s a growing problem. There are no homes along that stretch of bustard road.