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July 21, 2018

NFL chickens out of National Anthem policy

By Alex Lloyd Gross Roger Goodell was  always called a weak leader by fans and the wrong person for the NFL Commissioners job.  He was weak with discipline for players that abused females, committed felonies and allowed the league to tumble into the abyss when players refused to stand for the national Anthem.  He tolerated

Crime

Male brings his family to road rage incident

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s frustrating when you are driving and  another driver will not let you into a lane.  Maybe hand gestures are done or words are said.  On July 3, 2018, bullets were shot when two motorists got into an argument at Cottman and Roosevelt Boulevard July 3 2018.  The incident could have

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Phila soda tax upheld by Supreme Court

By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney is a happy boy. Today July 18, 2018, the State Supreme Court upheld the beverage tax. That’s the money which was supposed to go to help fund Pre-K. Only most of it did not. Most of it was washed into the general fund, where it could be

Crime

Robbery suspect sought by cops

By Alex Lloyd Gross Banks have set up shop inside supermarkets for years. It’s for convenience. One such male thought that he would help himself to some cash by robbing the branch. Cameras in supermarket branches are just as good, if not better, than conventional branches.  Add in the fact that the4 store has an

Music

Honey West is a sweet listen at Havana

By Alex Lloyd Gross Honey West is the name of a newer band that has been around for about a year.  It features legendary musician ian McDonald who used to play with Foreigner and king Crimson.  This band is not classic rock because they have released new stuff. They are a newer band and have

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Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan deliver in Camden

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s no secret that a large portion of the music put out by today’s bands suck. There are a few good bands making good music but nothing compared to the 1970’s through early 1990’s.   That’s why so many people decided to take in a classic rock show across the river in

Crime

Woman dead after domestic homicide in Bensalem

By Alex Lloyd Gross A male and female left together in a car from an apartment complex in Bensalem. They had an argument inside the vehicle as the female driver  pulled up onto the curb on the 3100 block of Hulmeville Road. The male passenger stabbed her and ran away from the scene.  This happened

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Graham Bonnet, still going strong

By Alex Lloyd Gross Graham Bonnet, the heavy metal singer that rose to fame fronting bands like Rainbow and Alcatraz  along with fronting Michael Schenker is back with a new record.  For those that thought the was finished, were dead wrong. His new record    Back To the Garage  delivers more goods than Amazon.   Fresh off

Crime

Zerns is closing, better get there NOW

By Alex Lloyd Gross Zerns is a farmers market. In it’s heyday, it was a hopping place  to go. Located in Gilbertsville Pa,  it was a short trip by bus for kids attending summer camps nearby. Located on Route 73 near Route 100, it’s still in operation. Still open. But those days are numbered. The

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Bicycle rider hit by car in Cherry Hill

By Alex Lloyd Gross Cherry Hill New Jersey Police are investigating what happened and who caused an accident-at Haddonfield and Church Roads, yesterday, July 2,2018.  The crash happened just after 2:00 PM. A bicycle was in the street and the window of a passenger car was smashed.  Cops are trying to determine who had the

Crime

Mad bomber arrested in Bucks County

By Alex Lloyd Gross State Police have arrested David Surman, from Milford Twp. and charged him with having explosive devices. He has not been charged with setting any of them off.  Recently, there have been multiple reports of  home made bombs being discovered in the upper Bucks County area.  police feel confident that Surman was

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