Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Arts Center Board Dissolves Itself

The nonprofit organization that managed the Lansdale Center for the Performing Arts has dissolved itself and terminated the contract of Executive Director Marja Kaisla.

Truck Owner Gets Jail Time In Expressway Fatality

A Northeast Philadelphia man who admitted his role in causing a man’s death by allowing an unsafe tractor-trailer on the road has been given 11 1/2 to 23 months in Montgomery County Prison.

Bucks Co Gets AAA Bond Rating

Moody’s Investor Service has upgraded Bucks County’s bond rating to Triple-A, the highest rating available.

Hoffman Delivers Conservative Message

One of four republicans seeking the party’s nomination to run for congress in the Eighth District, Ira Hoffman, says his political awakening came in 1980 during Ronald Reagan’s presidential campaign, even though he has always held conservative views.

Bank Robber Gets Long Prison Term

A Warminster man who admitted holding up the Citizens Bank branch in the Davisville Shopping Center on Street Road in Warminster by claiming he had a bomb has been given seven to 20 years in state prison.

Montco Prison Expansion Project Moving Forward

Montgomery County officials are reviewing bids for a new minimum-security building on the grounds of the county prison in Eagleville.