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Vaccine Mandate Is Here-Vaccinate Or You Can Lose Your Job

by Alex Lloyd Gross Anti-VAXers  will say the COVID-19 is a bad flue, the vaccine is unproven, that is was rushed or the vaccine is unproven.  While no vaccine is 100 percent effective, they will point to the very small number of people who caught COVID and were fully vaxxed.  They keep pointing this out

Bill Wasylenko Jr. Memorial Car Show Held In Bensalem

by Alex Lloyd Gross August 7 2021 A car show was held today in Bensalem Township, Bucks County PA.  It was to honor the memory of   Bill Wasylenko Jr., who passed away earlier  this year, from medical complications. The Wasylenko  family owns the Mustang Stable shop on New York Avenue, in the township.    This

New Water Ice Shop Opens In Bensalem

by Alex Lloyd Gross A new seasonal business has opened in Bensalem Township[p, Bucks County PA this summer. It’s on the site of the old Warners Candies, located at 3518 Bristol Pike.  It’s called Volpe’s Original Water Ice. It’s called that because they make their own product. According to Jerry Volpe, in 1974 he was

Job Fair Set At Oxford Valley Mall

Sykes Seeks to Fill 80+ Jobs The company is partnering with RecruitmentQueen for the July 29  2021 career fair. Customer service professionals seeking new career opportunities post-pandemic are invited to attend a July 29 job fair at Oxford Valley Mall. Hosted by RecruitmentQueen on behalf of SYKES, the SKYES Job Fair features more than 80

New York Pair Guilty In Sesame Place Mask Assault

by Alex Lloyd Gross It was August 9 2020 when a teenager working part- time at Sesame Place in Langhorne Bucks County was beaten up by  Troy McCoy and his girlfriend  Shakerra Bonds . You may remember the employee had asked the couple to wear a mask and he was enforcing the policy of the

City Looks To Develop Prime Real Estate

PHILADELPHIA — PIDC, on behalf of the City and PAID, today released an exciting RFQ opportunity soliciting interest in redeveloping the architecturally and historically significant, nearly 250,000 square-foot building, formerly known as the Judge Nicholas A. Cipriani Family Court Building and the approximately 88,000 square-foot lot at 1901 Wood Street. In a highly visible area

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