Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Apollo to The Moon: A History in 50 Objects

Dr. Teasel Muir-Harmony was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition Tuesday morning to discuss a new book on the Apollo missions.

Bannon Offers Tips on scams and Snow Removal

Mike Bannon Director of the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection spoke with WNPV’s Darryl Berger on Tuesday’s AM Edition about scam calls and snow removal contracts.

Perna: Younger Generations are Incredible

Mark Perna, author, consultant and motivational speaker outlines in his new book how to get younger generations to want something without immediately going through the traditional route of higher education. Perna was a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger Tuesday morning.

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Kratz: Eagles are Pressing Too Hard

Sports Writer Ed Kratz says the Eagles could be pressing too hard after Sunday night’s home loss to the Cowboys. Kratz, a guest on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger Monday morning says the Eagles need to find a way to have a stronger defensive effort, particularly in light of the fact that they play […]

Veteran Gets Ready to Serve in Harrisburg

WNPV’s Darryl Berger spoke with Joe Webster on Monday morning on WNPV’s AM Edition about his victory in the 150th District for State Rep.

Harper Opens Up on WNPV After Mid Term Loss

State Rep. Kate Harper talks with Darryl Berger about the mid term elections that saw her lose her seat.

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Veterans To Be Honored in Lower Gwynedd

WNPV’s Darryl Berger interviewed Bill Wanger, coordinator of an event for veterans Saturday morning.

Julie Barnyock’s Killer is Still Unknown

The Montgomery County D.A.’s office urges anyone who was at the Lansdale Train Station on the night of November 8th, 1993 to come forward with whatever information they may have in connection with the murder of Julie Barnyock. The 18 year old went missing just after calling her father from the train station. WNPV’s Joe […]