Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Homocide by Vehicle

A Trooper man has been ordered held for trial on homocide by vehicle charges in connection with a car crash that took the life of a passenger in his car last July.   29-year-old Joseph Cornog allegedly had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when he lost control of his vehicle near […]

Traffic Accident in Hatfield

Hatfield Township police are investigating a traffic accident involving a sport utility vehicle and a thirteen year old boy on a bicycle.   It happened Friday morning near the intersection of Koffel Road and West Vine Street.   Authorities say the driver of the S-U-V was Souderton resident Ann Kim Dinh.   The boy and his bicycle were […]

Performing Arts Center

Last night was Opening Night at the Lansdale Center for the Performing Arts.   Borough officials and other supporters of the revitalization project came out to enjoy several live performances in the new theater and raise money for Phase Two of the project.   That will include a large auditorium where the Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony will play.   […]

Election Wrap: Local

As dominant a victory as Obama scored in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, his victory seemed to have little significant impact down-ticket.   The local congressional delegation was all re-elected.   In the 13th District Marina Kats waged a low impact campaign against Allyson Schwartz.  In the 8th, Patrick Murphy served notice that he will likely retain the […]

Election Wrap

My apologies for not having blogged more regularly.  My hope was we’d have the ability for the readers of this to post comment below—that hasn’t happened yet, so I’ll just have to get over that disappointment and move forward.   The election nationally produced the expected result.   Barack Obama is a symbol for many in this country in […]

Wissahickon Park Project Update

Lansdale officials have approved a third change order for the construction of infiltration basins and bioswales that will improve the quality of the storm water runoff draining into the creek at Wissahickon Park.   This one is a credit though that totals almost $30,000.   The borough is saving money by not digging the basins as deep […]