The Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission receives a hefty sum of money to help those who are addicted, particularly people who survived an overdose.
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After using the internet to import dangerous drugs to Montgomery County, a 28 year old man pleads guilty to the charges. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.
Montgomery Township’s Memorial Grove Park will be the site of a Korean War Memorial. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports
Seniors are at risk during heat waves. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports, Montgomery County Senior Services is checking on seniors and asks residents to look in on their elderly neighbors. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.
A new law protects citizens to save a child left in a hot car. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.
The recent State Budget provided funds for education. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports, the North Penn School District was provided an increase in funds.
It’s important to know your body when exercising during the heat. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte spoke with The Director of the Bucks County Health Department, Dr. Dave Damsker, concerning the heat wave. :
The Lansdale Library will benefit from a recycling event. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.
The condition of alleys in Lansdale is the subject of a council resolution. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.
Bucks and Montgomery officials send out reminders concerning the heat wave. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports, officials urge people who have to be outside to stay hydrated.
A six percent increase for drivers who use the Pennsylvania Turnpike. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports
Police urge residents never to leave children or pets in their care, even for the shortest time, during the current heat wave. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports. 9-1
Staying safe in the heat was the subject of conversation with WNPV’s Darryl Berger and Dr. Richard Lorraine, Medical Director of the Montgomery County Health Department, concerning the dangerous temperatures that will blanket the region through Sunday night.
A blood test could soon answer to an early Alzheimer’s diagnosis with treatment options. WNPV’s Darryl Berger interviewed Dr. Maria Carillo, Chief Science Officer with The Alzheimer’s Association on the AM Edition Tuesday.
Starbucks wants to put a new location in Kulpsville. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports. Click below to listen to report.
Bucks County State Senator Steve Santarsiero crafts a measure to help individuals and families with a tax credit. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports. Click below to listen to report.
Dr. Greg White, a Chalfont based chiropractor, offers a new show for WNPV listeners and the various options that are available for knees and other body parts. Click below to listen to Darryl Berger’s interview.
Comment Please By Univest Monday with Darryl Berger covered the topics of immigration and other issues that could play a part in the Presidential election next year with guests, Charlie Gerow, a political strategist, and Michael Cutler, a former INS Agent.