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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Major protests planned for tomorrow

By Alex Lloyd Gross Tomorrow, January 20, 2017 Donald Trump will take the oath of Office and become the nations 45th president .  Thousands will be there and thousands will be there to protest. Most of these are paid protesters who will protest anything as long as they are paid.  While they will not be


Many local congressmen will skip Trump’s Inaugural

By Alex Lloyd Gross When Congressman John Lewis from Georgia called out Donald Trump as an “Illegitimate President”, Trump shot back with insults of his own. Lewis did not like it and announced that he would not be attending any of the Trump events in Washington DC this weekend. Lewis got his head cracked open


Lords of 52nd Street rock New Hope

By Alex Lloyd Gross Even before the band started their set last night January 14 , 2017, The Lords of 52nd street were asked to return to Havana New Hope.  That will happen on October 13, 2017.   It was a packed house last night. Only room for a few people in the upstairs loft.  


Thief steals diamond ring

By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Police just released a surveillance photo of a male that is wanted for robbery of the Max Weiner Jewelry Shop on Sansom Street.  While the robbery happened December 30, 2016, the photo was released just yesterday. Jan 9 2017.  Cops gave this account of  what happened.  The male walked in


$500,000 Given to city to support soda tax

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Beverage Tax is proving itself to be very unpopular among people who now realize how much their soft drinks will cost in the city.  Even though a Federal Judge has dismissed the claim by the American Beverage Association , there is an appeal and this could wind up costing the


Bensalem cops look for hit and run vehicle

By Alex Lloyd Gross Bensalem Township Police  need your help in finding the owner of a pick up truck that struck a man riding a bicycle on Tennis Avenue, between State Road and Bristol Pike January 1, 2017.  The incident happened about 9:00 AM and the victim was found by a passing motorist.  The left


Soda is flying off the shelves outside the city

By Alex Lloyd Gross Suburban stores in the Philadelphia area have watched soda and other beverages that are taxable inside the city, fly off the shelves. In fact, some stores have limits set on how much soda can be bought.  In stark contrast, the soda aisle at local markets are empty, except for a few


Perfect day for the Mummers Parade

January 1 2017  was a perfect day for a parade. And that is exactly what happened in Philly today, as the Mummers took over South Broad Street and marched north to city hall.  All to be judged and hopefully win prizes.  Back in the day, people would bundle up and brave the elements, as the


PA State Trooper killer still on the run

UPDATED 12:15 PM The suspect was shot and killed by police near a mobile home after he threatened law enforcement, near where the original crime happened. Working to get more information. A Pennsylvania State Trooper was killed in the line of duty last night, December 30, 2016.  The incident happened on  Bakers Hollow Road in


Arrest made in South Philly store clerk murder

By Alex Lloyd Gross Cops  in Philly have arrested the person they say is responsible for the brutal murder of Marie Buck on Christmas Eve. The motive was an argument between Buck’s grandson and the accused, Maurice Green. Green believed that Buck’s grandson had stolen a chain that belonged to him. The two argued about


Christmas car rescue in Levittown

By Alex Lloyd Gross Just after 11:00 AM December 25 2016 Christmas Day,  two cars collided on New Falls Rd at Woerner ave in Levittown . One vehicle flipped onto it’s roof and the other crashed into a pole, after glancing off the car that rolled over.  The crash is being investigated by Middletown Police