Movie critic James Berardinelli talked with WNPV’s Darryl Berger about Vox Lux and another movie out this weekend.
Music sales analyst Shanon Cook was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger talking about the most downloaded music artists of 2018.
A set of 22 compact video discs is now available on the career of Robin Williams.
The football game between Harvard and Yale ended in a tie but featured some well known people and details how one of the teams made one of the most impossible comebacks in college football history.
WNPV’s Darryl Berger interviews Dean Cain about his new movie, Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.
A new book authored by former Fox News anchor and host, Gretchen Carlson, called “Be Fierce” is now available.
The Oscar nominations are out and WNPV’s movie critic says Presidential politics may play a role in which film wins picture of the year.
Ambler is getting a Bottom Dollar food store.
The Montgomery Township Supervisors have voted to borrow $9 million to pay for a new community center and re-finance some old debt. Supervisor Michael Fox says low interest rates make projects like the community center attractive and affordable. It would have a basketball court, an exercise room and several classrooms. The plans call for building […]
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission has hired an architectural firm to develop a master plan for Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County.
The Hatboro YMCA is closing its outdoor pool, saying it does not meet modern-day standards. Members have used it for 45 years.
SEPTA holds three public open house meetings this week on plans to extend the Norristown High-Speed Line to the King of Prussia malls and nearby business parks.
A restoration project at the Pearl S. Buck House in Hilltown is nearing completion.
The Doylestown Inn has new owners who plan to restore and re-open the historic landmark, which was built about 110 years ago.
The Montgomery County Commissioners are seeking price quotes for a prefabricated bridge that would span the Schuylkill Canal spillway in the Mont Clare section of Upper Providence Township.
The Bucks County Commissioners have approved a bicycle plan, based on recommendations from a bicycle task force that conducted a four-year study with help from an outside engineering firm.
Chalfont Borough Council has approved a new overlay zoning district, clearing the way for a Giant To Go gas station and convenience store at Butler Pike and Bristol Road.
A Montgomery County woman gave birth to Southeastern Pennsylvania’s first baby of the New Year.