Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Death Penalty Case

Bucks County prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against the man that allegedly went on a shooting rampage at the Simon and Schuster book warehouse in Bristol last summer.   32-year-old Robert Diamond was taken into custody after two employees at the facility were shot dead.   He was a former employee of Simon and […]

Charges Filed

Towamencin police have charged an out-of-state man with a laundry list of offenses following an incident in the Grist Mill development of the township earlier this month.   Investigators say 45-year-old Scott Shipley of Mississippi was visiting a resident there and he allegedly entered the bedroom of a juvenile and sexually assaulted her.   The girl told […]

Old Souderton High School Sold

The Souderton School Board has sold its old high school campus in Souderton Borough.   Metro Development Company of Philadelphia will pay $11,000,000 for that land as well as the district athletic fields in Hilltown.   Between them the property measures about 43 acres.   Metro plans to build a mix of residential, retail and office […]

PHILLIES WIN!

After missing out on the World Series fun for the past 15 years, the Phillies returned after beating the LA Dodgers 5-1 to win the NL pennant 4 games to 1. Series MVP Cole Hammels went seven innings, giving up one run on five hits while striking out five. Hammels was 2-0 in the series […]

New Restaurant for Lansdale?

Lansdale Mayor Andy Szekely was talking up his community yesterday.   The mayor along with Council President Ben Gross and Council Member Mike Riccio took visitors from Molly Maguire’s Irish Pub on a guided tour of the borough.   The idea was to make a case for the restaurant to expand into Lansdale.   Szekely says his guests […]

Route 202 Parkway Project

The details about the upcoming groundbreaking for the Route 202 Parkway are coming into focus.   PennDot officials last night told the Montgomery Township supervisors that it could happen as soon as the second half of next month.   They also said the site of the ceremony would be near the township building.   PennDot officials have also […]