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Governor Wolf Shuts Alcohol Sales For Thanksgiving

by Alex Lloyd Gross Bars and restaurants will not be permitted to sell any alcohol from 5:00 PM Wednesday  November 24, 2020 until 8:00 PM November 26, 2020. This as the governor is trying to stop the spread of coronavirus.”When people get together in that situation, it leads to an exchange in fluids which leads

COVID-19

Atty. General Gets Ticket Patrons Money Back For Canceled Events

by Alex Lloyd Gross Prior to the pandemic, people were buying tickets to events in the Philadelphia area via Event Ticket Sales LLC and its managing member, Guinio W. Volpone, started after consumers complained they were being charged fees through the business’s alias, Secure Box Office at secureboxoffice.com (formerly Box Office Tickets at box-officetickets.com), that

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Bensalem

Bensalem To Close Township Building To Public

by Alex Lloyd Gross You will need an appointment to enter the Bensalem Township Municipal Building.  This is effective November 23, 2020 and will be in place until further notice. This is to help restrict the spread of COVID-19. Township employees will be working there. However, if a person needs to get to see someone,

Bensalem

Bensalem Crash In Front of Home Depot Plaza Injures Two

by Alex Lloyd Gross Bensalem Police and Fire Rescue responded to the 1300 block of Bristol  Pike in Bensalem for a three vehicle crash.  At least two people sustained injuries and were transported from the scene by ambulance.  The wreck happened just after 11:00 AM November 18 2020. Preliminary reports indicate a vehicle was going

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Crime

Males Wanted For Looting Of Lawncrest Smoke Shop

by Alex Lloyd Gross Several males are wanted by Philadelphia Police for kicking in the door of the Smokers Zone which located on the 6800 block of Rising Sun Avenue.  This theft happened on October 27, 2020 just after 3;00 AM.   Once two males kicked in the door, several others joined in and ransacked

Community

Philly Is Now LOCK DOWN CITY Until January 1, 2021

by Alex Lloyd Gross Not only does the regressive soda tax kill businesses,  the corona virus is causing more businesses to close than ever could have been imagined.  They closed because of lock downs put into place by governors and mayors, hoping to stop the spread of the virus.  After the first shut down in

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