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House In Penndel Damaged In Fire

by Alex Lloyd Gross There were no injuries. That was the only silver lining in this house fire on Dehaven Avenue in Penndel Borough, Bucks County Pa.  The fire was contained to the basement.  As fire crews arrived, they discovered a smoke condition and called for additional manpower.  Crews from Bristol, Falls and Newtown were

Local Bank Robber Gets Over Six Years In Prison

PHILADELPHIA – First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Michael Edmondson, 53, of Philadelphia, PA, was sentenced to 78 months in prison, three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay more than $6,700 in restitution by United States District Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg for robbing four banks in a spree across

Mobile Menorah Parade In Philly Shows Hanukkah Spirit

by Alex Lloyd Gross If you were in center city last night, December 12, 2020 around 7:00 PM, you may have seen about 100 vehicles with menorahs on them. From pick-up trucks to a deLorean, they all converged on the Ben Franklin Parkway to celebrate Hanukkah.  It was billed as the “Worlds Largest  Menorah Parade”.

Local Online Gamer Trolled Kids For Child Porn

PHILADELPHIA – First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Geoffrey Hines, 34, of Upper Darby, PA, was arrested and charged by Indictment with 29 counts of child pornography offenses. The defendant made his initial appearance in federal court this afternoon in front of United States Magistrate Court Judge Richard Lloret, who ordered

Lubavitch Center of Philadelphia Celebrates Hanukkah

by Alex Lloyd Gross The Lubavitch center in Philadelphia was out in force yesterday, and today, December 11, 2020. They are drawing attention to Hanukah , the Jewish festival of Lights. This holiday lasts eight days and nights.   Members were on hand outside of the Liberty Bell Pavilion with a giant menorah.  It was there,

Police Officer Among Drivers Hurt In Mayfair Crash

by Alex Lloyd Gross Two people were injured as a result of a grinding four vehicle accident the afternoon of  December 7 2020. The injuries were considered non life threatening.  Reports from police state that the officer was responding to an emergency going east on Cottman Avenue.  When he got to the intersection of Sackett

“Santa” Gives out $100.00 Bills At Levittown Food Drive

by Alex Lloyd Gross This year has been horrible for so many people. We are in the middle of a pandemic and many people have lost their jobs. They line up every week at the site of the Bristol Campus  at Bucks County Community College,  Epstein campus which is on Veterans Highway. Every Friday, people

This Black Friday, Things Are So Different

by Alex Lloyd Gross Tomorrow is Black Friday. , 2020, is the year that a good majority of shoppers will be shopping from home.  They will avoid the crowds.  Sure, there will be people at Wal-Mart and Target,  but most people will be on websites, shopping and avoiding crowds.  COVID-19 has decimated businesses and peoples

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