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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Man with police scanner helps catch bad guy

By  Alex Lloyd Gross A tow truck driver listening to a police scanner is credited for helping cops nab a male who struck a Philadelphia Police Officer with his vehicle and kept going.  The incident took place yesterday, August 25, 2016  during the early morning hours.  Police had stopped a vehicle on the 4100 block

Crime

Tow truck scam in South Philly

By Alex Lloyd Gross No one likes to get their car towed. People that run in to a store where parking is restricted are gambling. Sometimes they win and sometimes they lose.   However, there are times when someone does everything correct and they get to be a victim of a scam.  The people working the

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Two firefighters sustain injury in Bensalem fire

By Alex Lloyd Gross Two Bensalem  firefighters sustained minor injuries doing battle with a fierce one alarm fire that was in a barn structure near Tennis Ave. The fire, reported  about 2:30 PM was in a very difficult place to access . Located  in the rear of a house on Richardson Avenue, firefighters had a

Music

Black Sabbath Matters in Camden

By Alex Lloyd Gross Black Sabbath mention the name and the squeamish cringe and run away.  The hardcore  people smile and reminisce about seeing them play live, or maybe about the time they met members of the band. These people are smart.   Sabbath have decided to call it quits and stop touring and stop

Music

Rival Sons open for Black Sabbath

By Alex Lloyd Gross California rockers Rival Sons took the stage in Camden New Jersey and made some new fans by the time they were done. The band which drummer Michael Miley described as “A rock band”,during a recent interview with Delaware Valley News.com.  They have a blues based rock sound that some would call

Music

Glenn Hughes brought the house down at Sellersville

By Alex Lloyd Gross Glenn Hughes promised us a rock show an he delivered.  The show, played last night, August 19, 2016 at the Sellersville Theater  was just what the doctor ordered. A loud rock show played by an Rock and Roll Hall of fame Icon.  Hughes, best known for his work with Deep Purple, 

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Rival Sons are ready for Camden show

By Alex Lloyd Gross Black Sabbath are on their final tour and they needed a direct support band to open the show.  “We played an awards show,  it was huge,  Ozzy and Sharon saw us an approached us after.  Ozzy was extremely gracious and complimentive on what we do. Sharon hit him on the shoulder

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Hillary looks to secure votes in West Philadelphia

By Alex Lloyd Gross Hillary Clinton came to Philadelphia  again today August 16, 2016  to help people register to vote.  She spoke in the heavily democratic area of West Philadelphia, at West Philadelphia High School . It was a voter registration drive and the front runner is hoping people will register before the October 11

Crime

Pennsylvania Attorney General convicted on all nine counts

By Alex Lloyd Gross Pennsylvania Attorney General,  Kathleen Kane  can remain in office after being convicted of all nine charges that were filed against her last year. The charges stemmed from her retaliation against two high level members of her staff, by leaking information to the media about Frank Fina, who accused her of dropping

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Monstermania brings the stars to the area

By Alex Lloyd Gross This time Dave Hagan, CEO of Monstermania out did himself and knocked it out of the park.  IT refers to the red hot line up of stars that he was able to book for fans to meet and say hello to  in Cherry Hill NJ.  It’s free to say hello,  but

Crime

Glenn Hughes is ready for Sellersville

By Alex Lloyd Gross Glenn Hughes, the  “Voice of Rock” is  finally on a solo tour of North America and he is coming to Sellersville Pennsylvania.  The rock icon has been around for 40 years, from Deep Purple,  to Hughes Thrall Band , not  to mention Trapeze.   “We’re going to play as much as we

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Large pro police rally held in Philly

By Alex Lloyd Gross With all of the negative protests directed towards law enforcement, it is refreshing to hear about citizens coming together to support law enforcement. One such rally was held Sunday August 7, 2016. several thousand people came out to cheer and show their support. It was referred to by some as the

Music

Over 40 hurt at Camden rap show

By  Alex Lloyd Gross The Snoop Dogg and Whiz Kalifa  show in Camden New Jersey  at the BB&T Pavilion was cancelled after a railing  gave way and fans fell about four  feet to the pavement below.  In this video,  taken by a fan, it appears the rappers were playing a portion of their show in

Crime

Katie McGinty speak with seniors in Bucks County

By Alex Lloyd Gross When you run for any political office, you have to meet your constituents and find out what is on their minds. It’s the  only way to find out what is going to be needed to help these people  should you become elected. That is the reason that Democratic Senate hopeful Katie

Crime

A nice night for National Night Out

By Alex Lloyd Gross National Night Out, is the one night a year that crime is supposed to stop. in theory, neighbors are supposed to  turn on their porch lights and get to know each other and keep an eye on their block. Part of that came true across the country, as different police departments