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Swine Flu Update

Bucks County has its first two official cases of Swine Flu.   They were confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control on Friday.   Both cases were listed as probable before that.   The confirmations in Bucks County make the total for the state ten.   Montgomery County has two of those confirmed cases.   The others are in Philadelphia […]

Montco Cuts Air Pollution

Montgpmery County’s Greenprint Plan, aimed at reducing air pollution and global warming through energy conservation, has led to reduced emissions into the environment from the Norristown Courthouse and four other large county buildings.   A progress report indicates that the county cut its Carbon Dioxide output by a thousand tons.   It also saved almost $100,000 last […]

Switch Hitter

Arlen Specter did the predictable this week and switched teams.   Specter has spent 30 years as a GOP senator, but facing a likely defeat at the hands of Pat Toomey in next year’s republican primary, he decided he’s ready to play for the other team.  He’s done what he needed to do to get re-elected.  […]

State Police Barracks in Skippack to Reopen Fulltime

Starting on Saturday, there will be someone on duty around the clock at the Skippack barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police.   That hasn’t been the case since the Governor’s Budget Office closed it nights and weekends in an attempt to save money almost two and a half years ago.   Montgomery County State Senator John Rafferty […]

2017 Summer Spectacular Give-a-way!

It’s the 2017 WNPV Radio Summer Spectacular Ticket Give-A-Way!    Wednesday, August 9th at 6:30pm Rann Pharmacy 377 Main Street in Harleysville.     Summer Spectacular Ticket Give-a-way Rules 1.  There is no purchase necessary. 2.  You must be at least 18 years of age by June 1, 2017, in order to receive two (2)  raffle […]

Alternative Energy Expo

Organizers of the Alternative Energy Expo in Limerick Township on Saturday are calling the inaugural event a success.   Hundreds of Montgomery County residents turned out to learn about the products and services offered by more than two dozen organic farmers, home improvement centers, environmental groups and energy producers.   The expo was sponsored by State Senator […]