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Push To Raise Federal Minimum Wage Included In Covid Relief Bill

by Alex Lloyd Gross Congress is always pushing addendums to bills they want passed. Be it money for public  television or even pay increases for themselves. The last coronavirus relief bill gave billions to businesses, organizations and the American people got shafted  with a paltry $600.00 stimulus check.  Even President Donald Trump  was outraged and

Applications Now Being Accepted For FEMA Fire Dept Grants

Washington, D.C.- U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) announced today that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now accepting applications for the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) program. The application period will close on Friday, February 12, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. ET. These grants are available to eligible fire departments, non affiliated Emergency Medical Services

Mobile COVID-19 testing Truck Now In Philly. Drive Thru Testing

PHILADELPHIA–The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has announced the deployment of a new mobile COVID-19 testing truck in partnership with the City’s Department of Parks and Recreation. Using a state-of-the-art truck from local company Aardvark Mobile Health, the City is able to bring touchless COVID-19 testing to hot-spots, underserved communities and facilities to provide critical

JUST IN: Governor Wolf Tests Positive For COVID-19

by Alex Lloyd Gross Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is in quarantine  after testing positive for COVID-19. The governor is tested routinely and has tested negative up until his most recent test yesterday  That one came back positive.  He claimed not to have any symptoms, but is under quarantine just the same. His wife is also

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

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

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,

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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