Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Catholic Schools Week

The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philadelphia Archdiocese visited Norristown yesterday.   Cardinal Justin Rigali was at Saint Francis of Assisi to dedicate the new Early Learning Center in the parish.   It serves children four years old and younger and is open year round.   The dedication ceremony comes during Catholic Schools Week.   The […]

Montgomery Township

Officials in Montgomeryville are moving ahead with their plans for the Peco Power Line Trail.   Monday night the township supervisors approved an application for a one-and-a-half million dollar Montgomery County open space grant that would be used to build the twelve-foot wide macadam path between Lower State Road and the Township Municipal Services Building near […]

Obama and the Media

I was reflecting on the national media coverage of the presidential campaign and it’s obvious support for Barack Obama.  I happen to be among those who believe the national media (and some local as well) strongly leans to the left.   I recommend Bernie Goldberg’s book, Bias which reflects my view of the media elite in […]

Fatal Crash on Schuylkill Expressway

The investigation is continuing into the six-vehicle pileup on the Schuylkill Expressway in Montgomery County that took the life of a Fort Washington man Friday.   49-year-old David Schreffler was killed as an eastbound tractor trailer plowed into a line of stopped cars near the Conshohocken curve.   Police say the truck was traveling at a high […]

SASD Teacher Contract Update

The Souderton Area School Board got another earful Thursday night from teachers frustrated by their lack of a contract.   Indian Valley Middle School Language Arts Teacher Richard Swartz told district officials 20 veteran educators have left the district since the strike last September and he expects more to follow this year.   Steve Nogami, another teacher […]

Lansdale Performing Arts Center

The Lansdale Center for the Performing Arts has a new executive director.   Borough Council met Marja Kaisla Wednesday night.   She is a chamber musician and has performed in both the United States and Europe.   Kaisla also has a background in music education and says classes as well as private lessons will soon be available at […]