Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

NP Budget Will Keep Tax Hike Under State Cap

The North Penn School Board has passed a resolution pledging to keep the tax hike in the next budget under 2.9 percent.

Teen Faces Charges After NPHS Incident

A 17-year-old Lansdale boy is charged with assault, resisting arrest and other offenses stemming from an incident at North Penn High School.

Oil Spill In Hatboro

Firefighters, a Montgomery County Haz-Mat team and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection were called to Hatboro Thursday afternoon after a routine home heating oil delivery turned into a major incident.

Kennedy Seat Goes GOP

There are lessons to be learned in the fallout of this week’s Scott Brown victory in the Mass. US Senate race.   One is that the GOP shouldn’t crow too loudly.   This win coupled with republican wins in NJ and Virginia are a sure sign that people are deeply concerned about the direction of the country.   Blame […]

New Borough Manager at the Helm

The new chief administrator of Lansdale attended her first meeting of Borough Council Wednesday night.   Interim Borough Manager Timi Kirchner of the McCullough Consulting Group was appointed earlier this month after Council fired Lee Mangan.   She spent about an hour updating Council on the status of several revitalization projects.   Kirchner also promised to keep Council […]

Norristown Highway Project Moving Forward

Montgomery County Transportation Planner Leo Bagley says the county is preparing a financial plan showing how it plans to pay for the Lafayette Street Improvement Project in Norristown, and it has also started acquiring the right of way.