Entries by News Director

Madonna Talks Impeachment on WNPV

Dr. G. Terry Madonna, Director of the F&M College Poll, was a guest on WNPV’s Comment Please By Univest Thursday with Darryl Berger to discuss the impeachment process in Democratic circles and the latest F&M College Poll. Click below to listen to interview.

David: U.S. Should Be Vocal on Hong Kong

Dan David, a local resident and expert on international business, was a guest on Comment Please By Univest Wednesday with Darryl Berger to talk politics and the situation the U.S. continues to endure with China and its policies on trade and the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. Click below to listen to interview.

Woman Accused of Stealing Over 600,000

The 58 year old Hatfield Township woman is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her employer in the Township, where she worked for the last 20 years. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports. Click below to listen to report.

Bannon: Watch Out For Medicare Scam

Mike Bannon, Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection, a guest with Darryl Berger on WNPV’s AM Edition, sends out a warning to consumers about a Medicare scam that promises free medical items. Click below to listen to interview.

Dr. Discuses Brain Tumors on WNPV

Dr. Alfredo Quinones Hinojosa, Chair of the Department of Neurologic Surgery at the Mayo Clinic is Florida, was a guest with Darryl Berger on WNPV’s AM Edition to discuss the latest treatment and future treatments for brain tumors. Click below to listen to interview.

New Drugs Will Continue to Be Costly

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, a D.C. based conservative think tank, was a recent guest on the WNPV Program, Chestnut Investment Attitudes with George Toth to discuss the high cost of new drugs and why they continue to enter the market at high prices. Click below to listen to report.

More Teens and Preteens are Vaping

MD Anderson Cancer Center Director of the End Tobacco Program, Jennifer Cofer, was a guest with Jeff Nolan, in for Darryl Berger, on WNPV’s AM Edition to discuss the dangerous impact of vaping and why the practice has become so popular with teens and preteens. Click below to listen to interview