Entries by News Director

Poprik, Warren Remember Mike Fitzpatrick

Chair of the Bucks County Republican party, Pat Poprik, and former Bucks County Commissioner, Andy Warren, were guests with Darryl Berger on Comment Please By Univest Monday to discuss the passing of Mike Fitzpatrick. Click below to listen to interview. nt–

NP Students Nominate Andrew Yang

Students at North Penn High School held a mock political convention to determine who should be the Democratic nominee for President. Alexis Bamford, in her senior year, is the co-chair of the convention. Bamford was a guest with Darryl Berger on WNPV’s AM Edition Monday. Click below to listen to interview.

Lopez: Iranian Gen. Killed Part of 911

Former CIA agent Clare Lopez, Vice President of Research and Analysis at The Center For Security Policy in D.C., was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger to discuss the U.S. air strike that killed Iran’s top General. Click below to listen to interview.

NPHS Holds Mock Political Convention

  North Penn High School will hold a political convention Friday. Brian Haley, a social studies teacher at North Penn Was a guest with Darryl Berger to discuss the convention organized and run by the students. Click below to listen to interview.

State Police: Extra Patrols

Pennsylvania State Police urge people who plan to enjoy alcoholic beverages to make the right decision by not getting behind the wheel. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports. Click below to listen to report.

Bannon Offers Consumers Scam Booklet

Mike Bannon, Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection, was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger Tuesday to discuss the tops scams of 2019 and he’s offering a booklet to consumers to know about new scams and others that are consistently carried out. Click below to listen to interview.  

Dr. Arkoosh Reflects on 2019

Montgomery County Commissioner Chair, Dr Val Arkoosh, was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger Tuesday to discuss County government in 2019 and looking ahead to 2020. Click below to listen to interview.