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Bristol Flea Market Opening Delayed

By Alex Lloyd Gross The first priority to running a business is to keep your employees and customers safe.The Bristol Flea Market is no exception and the building, which is the old Wal-Mart Building  has sat vacant for two years. As such, it must be inspected. According to Anthony Soprano, the flea market owner,  there

Bristol Flea Market Holds Open House Saturday

This Saturday, December 21, 2019,  starting at 10:00 AM, Anthony Soprano and the management of the brand new Flea Market. They will be taking reservations only at this time and not accepting deposits.  The grand opening is going to be January 4 2020.  They are looking for vendors. They want to speak with you.  Saturday

The Croydon WAWA Is Now Open, The First Hour Was Busy

by Alex Lloyd Gross It has been over 24 hours  since the new WAWA opened  at 413 and State Road in Croydon.  Residents feared traffic collisions and bottleneck entry and exit.  During the first hour, which is presumably going to be the busiest that store will be in it’s history, there were no issues with

Indoor Flea Market Takes Over Abandoned Wal-Mart In Bristol

By Alex Lloyd Gross It is Sunday.  Like most people you may spend today watching football and maybe shopping. Many people in the Lower Bucks County area used to goto the Wal-Mart store at Veterans Highway and Route 13 in Bristol Borough.. When it closed in November of 2017 people were upset, at losing jobs

Package Thief Sought By Bristol Borough Police

By Alex Lloyd Gross Cameras are everywhere. Even if you cannot see them, they are there. Still, that fact does not stop people from doing stupid things, like this female caught  December 3 2019 stealing items from a porch November 30, 2019 just after 4:15 PM. This happened on the 1000 block of Pond Street.

Bristol Borough Holds Holiday Parade

By Alex Lloyd Gross Sunday, November 30, 2019. Bright sun, a bit chilly but not frigid cold. A great day for a parade and that is exactly what the fine people that lines pond Street got treated to , as the Bristol Borough Holiday Parade marched through town.  It was a nice long parade, with

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