Entries by News Director

Hatfield Twp. Home Uninhabitable After Wednesday Fire

Flames take a toll on a Hatfield Township home Wednesday evening at around 5:30. Hatfield Township Fire Company and three additional fire companies responded to the 3100 block of Line Lexington Road. A man and his daughter were able to get out of the home unharmed, but according to fire officials, the back bedroom of […]

Indy Car Driver Followed Dreams Despite Diagnosis

Thursday is world Diabetes Day, a day that many will reflect on how being a diabetic has impacted their lives, but not stepped in the way of their dreams. Indy car racer, Charlie Kimball followed his dreams despite being diagnosed in 2007. “If I manage my nutrition and my hydration and follow my blood sugars […]

ISON Comet will Be Visible During Thanksgiving Week

The ISON Comet is coming for a Thanksgiving visit, according to the Editor of Astronomy, David Eicher. “Right now, it’s in the morning sky and it’s going to be in the morning sky and it’s going to be in the morning sky after Thanksgiving. Briefly, it’ll be close to the sun. On the 27th, 28th […]

Man Sentenced For Hiding Video Camera in Women’s Bathroom

On January 28th, a staff member walked in to the women’s bathroom at the Souderton Vantage Program School and found a video camera placed in the bathroom. Police would soon trace the placement of the video device to a physical education teacher at the school. A judge used the words disturbing and perverted to describe […]

Veterans Day: Sacrifice…Brotherhood….Duty

Veterans are being honored and remembered for sacrifices they made on behalf of their country. Victoria Nevins son, Liam, was killed in Afghanistan on September 21st. Liam Nevins attended Owen J. Roberts High School and graduated from Bristol Borough High School in 2000. “He loved being a member of the Special Forces. He was a […]

Veterans Day: Loss….Brotherhood……Duty

It’s Veterans Day as the Nation remembers those who served and others who made the ultimate sacrifice “He was a great son” That’s Victoria Nevins, whose son Liam Nevins, a member of Special Forces, was killed in Afghanistan on September 21st. Nevins says, Fitbody Personal Trainer, Carolyn Grashof will hold the 1st annual Memorial Boot […]

Hatfield Twp. Man: Tied Up… Assaulted….Robbed In His Home

Hatfield Township police investigate a home invasion where a 34-year-old was beaten and tied up in his home. Police say it happened in the early morning hours of Thursday, just after five, when several men accosted the 34-year-man and began assaulting him. He was forced in his home on the 1400 block of Leas Way […]

Corbett’s Campaign Would Benefit From Trans. Funding Bill

Governor Corbett paid a visit to Willow Grove Thursday night. It’s part of his Promises Kept re-election campaign. Political insider, Doctor Terry Madonna says, Corbett made multiple cuts to education, but a transportation funding bill could revitalize his administration in the eyes of the public. “I think they’re getting close from sources in Harrisburg to […]

Police: Lower Salford Man Bilked Towamencin Twp Residents

An elderly woman and another person were allegedly duped in to believing a Lower Salford man had their best interests in mind when they agreed to allow him to oversee their financial affairs. Authorities say, 47 year old Jeffery Stoler never provided the whereabouts or information pertaining to the woman’s 80-thousand dollars. He was arrested […]

Local Principal: We’re Using Top Tech. To Keep Kids Safe

School safety was the subject of discussion Wednesday morning on the WNPV program Legally Speaking. Souderton Area High School Principal Dr. Sam Varano says, since moving in to the new building, the school is better equipped to keep students safe. “For any visitor to come in the building they have to have a driver’s license […]

NP School Board G.O.P Sweep, Szekely,D’Angelo,Kaler Win.

In Tuesday’s elections, the G.O.P. swept the North Penn school board. President, Vince sherpinsky says, keeping taxes down was key. “We’ve able to keep taxes down for homeowners in the district for 16 years and they didn’t forget it. I you want to see how things are done, you come to North Penn, we’ll show […]

Consumer Advocate: Don’t Get Overcharged with Car Service

The Bucks County Department of Consumer Affiars is reminding drivers about getting fair and reliable service for car repairs. Director, Mike Bannon says, to avoid being overcharged, you have to take charge. “It’s important that you set a dollar limit on the amount of work they can do without contacting you, or you can just […]

Whitpain Tavern Robbed: Masked Gunmen Escape Dragnet

Whitpain Township Police say a silent alarm was triggered at around 1:30 Monday morning for the report a robbery “From the Whitpain Tavern on Dekalb Pike and as Officers were responding they received some additional information that a red Mustang was taken during the incident.” Whitpain Township Police Sergeant, Kathy Penecale says before the two […]

LIHEAP Application Process is Underway

Bucks County State Rep. Kathy Watson reminds individuals and families in Bucks County who qualify for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program or LIHEAP, applications will be accepted beginning today. “If you’re a one person household and you have an income of no more 17,235, you can qualify. I you’re a two person household […]

Tension Brewing in Hatfield Township Commissioners Race

The race for Commissioner in Hatfield Township is heating up. Republican incumbent, Tom Zipfel, is looking for another term. “The next couple of years in particular we’re going to refocus our attention to our roadways again. We have just not had the financial ability to put as much money toward our roadways as would have […]

Toomey Says Lawmaker Looks to Hold Pres. To His Promise

Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Pat Toomey and many of his colleagues continue to be in disbelief at the level of incompetence and misinformation involving the entire Affordable Health Act. Toomey says, Senator Ron Johnson is crafting a measure to allow people to keep their insurance “And it would simply codify the promise the President made repeatedly. […]

46-year-old Man Sentenced For Relationship With Teen

A relationship with a 14-year-old girl and her testimony in court, results in a six to 23 month prison term for a Souderton man. Prosecutors say, 46-year-old Michael Cardillo engaged in inappropriate sex acts with the teen, and gave her alcohol and cigarettes. The incidents happened between September of 2011 and April of 2012. Cardillo […]

Drivers Hurt in Multi-Vehicle Crash in Montgomery Twp.

A crash in Montgomery Township injuries three drivers, police say the crash happened a little after 1pm Thursday near the intersection of Route-309 and North Wales Road when a car was leaving a fast food restaurant, moments later the car and two other vehicles impacted each other. One driver had to be extricated. Police say, […]