Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Health Care Vote

The US House voted over the weekend to pass a Health Care Reform Bill.   Two US Reps will join me today on Comment Please by Univest to discuss their positions.   D-Allyson Schwartz voted for it and R-Jim Gerlach voted against it.   I’m not smart enough to know if this is ultimately the solution to a […]

Proposed Senior Living Center Raises Concern

A proposed age-restricted housing project in Lower Providence Township is being received with concern.

SEPTA Strike Comes To An End

Commuters will find it easier to get to where they are going this morning as SEPTA busses, trolleys and subway trains begin rolling again.

Veteran’s Outreach Centers to Close

State budget cuts mean the Governor’s Veteran’s Outreach and Assistance Centers will be shut down as of January 1st.  Since 1981, the Veteran’s Outreach and Assistance Centers have been there to assist Pennsylvania vets with issues ranging from disability claims to funeral benefits.

CD’s For GI’s

Montgomery County State Representative Kate Harper is collecting new and gently used CD’s and DVD’S for Pennsylvania troops overseas.

Not Guilty Plea In Animal Cruelty Case

A Towamencin woman accused of feeding rat poison to her 29 cats and one dog has pleaded not guilty.