Vote yes, no or do nothing. Those are the options that will be before the Lower Salford Supervisors on September 5th as they consider two rezoning requests that would bring more than 130 new housing units into the township.
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A man is speaking out after his abuser, former priest John Sweeney was convicted after pleading guilty of molesting him when he was ten years old at the St. Margaret Mary Parrish school.
The Biggest Win, a new book authored by Joshua Cooley, covers the path that many of the Philadelphia Eagles followed on the way to the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.
In 2014 a blue ribbon study panel of former elected officials was formed to investigate the potential loss of life from a global pandemic and bio-terror attack.
Another farm is now safe from development in Montgomery County after officials release information concerning the Hemsley Farm being added to an increasing number of farms permanently preserved under the Montgomery County Farmland Preservation Program.
Bucks County’s Consumer Champ, mike Bannon, a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition Tuesday morning reminds seniors that the Life Alert scam is back.
A large snake, known as Vinny, is loose in East Greenville and according to police, it’s been somewhere in the community for possibly a month.
The economy’s health received a positive check-up before the weekend.
Montgomery County State Rep. Todd Stephens is still pushing forward with his bill that would allow family members to seek a court hearing to have guns removed from another family member who is considered to be a danger to others or potentially suicidal.
The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey is hoping 211 becomes its primary tool in the fight against inter-generational poverty.
With the mid-term elections in the fall, Muhlenberg College Pollster and Professor of Political Science, Dr. Chris Borick says on average, a first term President’s party loses around 26 seats.
Twelve streets in Towamencin are in line for a makeover this year.
After an emergency hearing in Federal Court in Philadelphia Sunday night, filed by Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro, a company looking to disseminate downloadable gun files over the Internet agreed to make its sites inaccessible to Pennsylvania users, and to not upload any new 3D gun files.
Bucks County’s Director of Consumer Protection reminds consumers about two helpful websites.
State Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s quest to get a grand report released on Catholic clergy sex abuse has extended to the Vatican.
A Montgomery County man, who allegedly promised to complete construction jobs for customers in two states, a list of municipalities and four counties, is in hot water with the Bucks County D.A.’s office.
Upper Gwynedd is getting help from Montgomery County with its Comprehensive Plan update.
The Federal Environmental Protection Agency Wednesday held a public forum at Hatboro-Horsham High School about the chemicals that were used to fight fires at the old Willow Grove Naval Air Station as well as other military bases nationwide.