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Some Parents Frustrated Bensalem Schools Are Still Not Open

by Alex Lloyd Gross When COVID-19 shut down schools across the country, few people though the March and April closures would extend into the start of the new school year.  In October 2020, Bensalem Schools are still not open.  They are doing virtual learning, which means the lessons are on a computer.  There is limited

New York Couple Going To Trial in Sesame Place Mask Attack

by Alex Lloyd Gross You may remember reading about Troy McCoy and Shakerra Bonds who were arrested fora vicious assault at a Bucks County Amusement Park.  When the original story broke,  we were were only told a bit of about the incident. Now, we learned so much more from court documents. Troy McCoy sucker punched

President Trump and First Lady Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

by Alex Lloyd Gross October 1 2020,  Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States announced that both he and his wife Melania tested positive for COVID-19.  He has started quarantine immediately.  Trump, who routinely referred to coronavirus as “The Chinese Virus” or “The Chinese Flu”  tested after his communications staffer Hope Hicks also

More Prison Inmates Busted Trying to Collect Unemployment

By Alex Lloyd Gross To collect unemployment benefits, a person must be out of work and be available for work in case work becomes available.  That is the law. You cannot be available for work if you are in jail or prison. That fact did not stop several inmates locally at SCI Phoenix from trying

PA House to Hold Hearings On Voting Issues

HARRISBURG, Sept. 21 – State Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, announced today that the House Democratic Policy Committee will hold a public hearing on voting issues. The hearing will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 in Room G-50 Irvis Office Building in in the Capitol Complex. The media and public are invited to watch

Governor Wolf Vetoes School Sports Bill

by Alex Lloyd Gross The bill had bipartisan support.. It would allow parents and spectators to attend high school sporting events. The bill would have left the decision to open the games to the public up to individual school districts. It was vetoes earlier today, September 21 2020. Due to COVID-19 concerns, games will be

Hearing Set For Those Impacted By Pending Evictions

HARRISBURG, Sept. 18 – State Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, announced today that the House Democratic Policy Committee will hold a public hearing on legal aid for tenants facing evictions. The hearing will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 in Room G-50 Irvis Office Building in Harrisburg. The media and public are urged to watch the

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