Charlotte Reese June 19, 2017 Village Pantry, a Feasterville deli, has made it to the final four of Philly Magazine and Dietz and Watson’s ‘Real Philly Deli Best Sandwich 2017 Competition’. Anthony Merlino, owner of Village Pantry, at work “It’s great to be recognized but it’s the whole community,” Anthony Merlino, owner of Village Pantry explained. “It just proves that a community stands behind their businesses.” The Real Philly Deli Best Sandwich 2017 Competition began in May with 10 delis hand selected by Dietz and Watson. Now there are four sandwiches left, two weeks of voting (June 19 to July 2), and the chance of a lifetime for one town’s local shop.
This week on Building Your Business, Hugh discusses the power of strong business partners with Scott Woodrow from Sustainable Waster Solutions and Andy Landis of Univest Bank. Scott describes how Univest has made his company stronger financially and how his customers and other partners help him continuously improve quality and service. Building Your Business is part of the WBCB Podcast Network.
Charlotte Reese June 6, 2017 JURY VERDICT IS IN: Feasterville man, Lee Kaplan guilty on 17 charges including 3 child rape. Story at 5 p.m on @WBCB1490 — Char Reese (@creese28) June 6, 2017 The live story during Trevor Newcomb's 'Lower Bucks Tonight': The jury's verdict is in. Feasterville man, Lee Kaplan found guilty on 17 charges, including 3 child rape. Stay... https://t.co/qDfRcmtdbL — Bucks County's Best (@WBCB1490) June 6, 2017 A great and just verdict. Kaplan will not victimize another person as long as he is alive. — Matt Weintraub (@ADAWeintraub) June 6, 2017 Lee Kaplan's home on Old Street Road in Feasterville, currently under police restraining order
It’s not everyday that a top prep school in New Jersey entrusts a 24 year old to run their varsity baseball program. Luckily for The Pennington School, their newly hired coach is proving he’s not your everyday 24 year old. Steve Kowalski is a former Mercer County baseball player, a lifetime .333 hitter at Drew University (he was recently named to the LandMark All Decade Team) and the man leading the Pennington Red Raiders to one of their most successful baseball seasons in recent memory. In the past eight years Pennington has tried its hand with four different varsity baseball coaches. That lack of consistency from a leadership position has not boded well for the Pennington Program. Kowalski feels that the desire
5/3/17 - May is small business month and this week Hugh discusses the importance of small businesses to the economy. Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly is a presentation of the WBCB Podcasting Network.
Charlotte Reese April 21st, 2017 Lower Southampton Board of Supervisors public meeting on April 1st to discuss the closing of the courthouse located on Desire Avenue. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in favor of President Judge Jeffery Finley's request to close two Bucks County magisterial courthouses. Lower Southampton and Perkasie will close their district courthouses at the end of year.
3/21/17 - This week on Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly, Hugh is joined by President of the University City District of Philadelphia, Matthew Bergheiser. Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly is presented by the WBCB 1490 Podcasting Network.
2/8/17 - This week on Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly, Hugh is joined by CEO Nick Bayer of Saxby’s. Hugh and Nick discuss how millennials are delighting customers and carving a niche in the hospitality space, fueled by coffee. Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly is presented by the WBCB 1490 Podcasting Network.
1/25/17 - This week on Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly, Hugh is joined by Don Goeltz from SCORE Bucks County. Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly is presented by the WBCB 1490 Podcasting Network.
1/11/17: This week Hugh is joined by Ken Byler, owner of Higher Ground Consulting Group. Building Your Business with Hugh Connelly is a presentation of Univest and the WBCB Podcasting Network.