Pension reform was the subject of conversation Wednesday afternoon on Comment Please By Univest with Lt. Governor Jim Cawley weighing in on the topic.
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Manna on Main Street will hold a community food drive. Manna’s Julie McCabe,the non profit’s Events and Food Manager says, it’s happening on Saturday, August 16th.
Perkasie Borough Council Member Matt Aigeldinger is concerned about the walnut street bridge.
Former Pennsylvania U.S. Congressman Joe Hoeffel has authored a new book on the Iraq war called “The Iraq Lie: How The White House Sold The War.
The massive theft of credit card numbers continues.
Montgomery Township Police will take part in the 30th anniversary of National Night Out Against Crime, tonight from 6 to 9 in the Target parking lot along Route 309.
June 6th marked the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion on Normandy. A local man remembers the D-Day Normandy invasion, because he was among the first in as a paratrooper.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Pat Toomey calls the problem on the border a national security and humanitarian crisis.
State Senator Daylin Leach, who has authored a medical marijuana bill, visited Colorado last week.
The author of “Just The Fracks Ma’am”, Greg Kozera says, natural gas is the answer for the United States, and especially Pennsylvania when it comes to electricity generation in the future.
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission recently announced a four year plan for roads and other projects for Montgomery and Bucks Counties.
A teen accused of killing his girlfriend in a Skippack park will stand trial on September 29th.
The State Attorney General’s office is moving forward with stepping up enforcement in finding unethical home improvement and home contracting businesses.
The author of Clinton Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine, Dan Halper, interviewed people on the inside of the Clinton camp, who say it’s not a happy place.
Tom Wolf, running on the Democratic ticket for governor in November, still has a large lead over Governor Corbett in polling.
Israel has called up 16,000 reservists as the unrest in Gaza continues.
The C.O.E of Univest Bank and Trust Company and Vice Chairman of Univest Corporation, K. Leon Moyer, has announced his retirement from the company.
Sellersville Borough receives some jolting information concerning health insurance it provides its workers and retirees.