A flotilla of watercraft will pass Norristown and Bridgeport. The dozens of canoes and kayaks are part of the 20th Annual Schuylkill Sojourn, a seven day journey covering more than 100 miles of the waterway between Schuylkill County and Philadelphia.
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Naloxone, a drug that reverses a heroin overdose, has been useful in saving lives for Montgomery Township Police.
The rift between President Trump and the Eagles didn’t stop one local elected official from enjoying the replacement ceremony at the White House.
More e-commerce seems to be the way going forward for the state’s liquor system to better serve the public.
A Philadelphia man who used the Septa rail system to burglarize homes in five counties, including Bucks and Montgomery counties, is sentenced to a prison term of 25 to 50 years.
The Montgomery County D.A.’s office and Ambler Borough Police charge 30 year old Nicole Cadwalader with first degree murder for stabbing her grandmother in the neck with a kitchen knife and beating her with a pan and bat.
Bucks County Habitat for Humanity will hold a free Safe at Home repair clinic for low income families, older adults and the people with disabilities.
A State House Bill, crafted by State Rep. Kevin Boyle, who represents parts of Montgomery County and Northeast Philadelphia, designed the proposed law to change election day to the weekend after the first Friday in November.
A reminder from Bucks County’s Consumer Champ for anyone planning to rent an apartment or a home.
The opioid crisis continues to be a top priority for State Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Visiting Fellow at The National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Anton Scalia Law School, Matthew Heiman, a recent guest on WNPV’s AM Edition, weighs-in on President Trump’s meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un on June 12th in Singapore.
There was lots to see and do at Lansdale Day on Saturday.
Bill Van Sant, an expert on the economy, was a guest on WNPV’a Comment Please by Univest Thursday afternoon.
The Bucks County Commissioners file suit against 17 drug companies in connection with the opioid crisis.
Souderton School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Christopher Hey, President of the Indian Valley Character Counts Coalition, was a guest on WNPV’s Comment Please By Univest Wednesday to talk about ways the coalition and district are trying to combat the opioid crisis.
A Lansdale man faces time in prison after pleading guilty in Montgomery County Court to a felony charge of intent to deliver in two incidents in March of last year.
The popular television show Rosanne was canceled after the show’s star, Rosanne Barr, made a racist Tweet about Valerie Jarret, who was the Director of the Office of Pubic Engagement and Intergovernmental Afairs during the Obama Administration and a Senior Advisor to the President.
The incident happened in the parking lot of a WAWA convenience store on 1600 block of Valley Forge Road on April 12th last year.