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The proposed closing of Perkasie District Court by the President Judge of Bucks County Courts is not going over too well with citizens and a Borough of Perkasie Councilman.
Two key members on the North Penn School Board will not look to be re-elected.
Various treatments are available for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
The Salary Board last week approved the transfer of long time county employee, Karley Sisler from a management position within the I.T. Department into the leadership post at Voter Services.
13th District U.S Congressman Brendan Boyle says while President Trump ordered an attack on the Syrian airbase that carried out a chemical bombing, the President has the authority to launch limited strikes.
Pa. U.S. Senator Bob Casey says the conservative approach on the nation’s highest court with the likely confirmation of Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch Friday will result in rulings that do not benefit the people.
Neil Gorsuch is likely to be confirmed to the Supreme Court Friday. Legal scholar, Randy Barnett was a guest on WNPV’s Comment Please By Univest Thursday. “Judge Gorsuch is someone you call an originalist, he calls himself an originalist. This means he believes that the meaning of the constitution remains the same until it’s properly […]
The Montgomery County Commissioners approved a change in the terms of a loan with the owners of a building in downtown Lansdale Thursday that could get the vacant structure back on the tax rolls.
Medical marijuana is now legal in Pa. and there is a growing number of citizens and elected officials who believe the substance should be legalized for recreational use for a variety of reasons.
A bill crafted by Montgomery County State Rep. Todd Stephens, to bring back mandatory minimums for certain crimes, is a step closer to the Governor’s desk after passing in the State House Wednesday.
The North Penn Water Authority is currently conducting its fire hydrant flushing throughout the townships and boroughs it serves.
Reagan biographer, Craig Shirley is out with a new book. It’s called “Reagan Rising..The Decisive Years From 1976 to 1980.
Lansdale officials are applying for a Montgomery County Community Development Block Grant that would be used for the reconstruction of East 3rd Street between Broad and Ridge Streets.
The PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with Abington Jefferson Health Lansdale Hospital, will hold an event called “Six Degrees of Depression and Anxiety, Could You Be Connected or Affected.” Jerry Lawson, with the Chamber of Commerce, is the moderator of the event.
The Bucks County Court System has singled out two district courts for closure, Perkasie and Lower Southampton.
The symptoms vary from person to person, but people who suffer from multiple sclerosis often feel numbness in their legs or arms or have problems with balance.
A Washington, D.C. think tank is calling for a reduction in the number of immigrants entering the United States.
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- Woman Accused of Robbing Two Sunoco Stations April 20, 2017
- Feds: Doylestown Man is The Straw Hat Bank Robber April 20, 2017