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September 26, 2018

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Bill Cosby sentenced to jail time, denied bail

By Alex Lloyd Gross Bill Cosby has fallen as low as you can go. The 81 year old sex offender was sentenced today, to serve 3 to 10 years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting women. He was convicted in the spring of this year and the sentencing was today. He was under

Pets safe after Bensalem apartment fire

By Alex Lloyd Gross At least two cats and one dog are fine after they were safely brought out of an apartment building that caught fire in Bensalem Twp, Bucks County Pa. yesterday September 20, 2018 . Fire crews were called to the Salem harbor Apartments,just north of the city limits. When crews got there,

Police: 2 year old poisoned to death by mother

By Alex Lloyd Gross Two year old Mazikeen Curtis was found dead on August 25, 2018 after child welfare officials visited the house on lovett Avenue where Curtis resided with  his mother, Jenifer Clarey. Clarey had a history which required Child Youth Services officials to make periodic checks . When they arrived the mother appeared

Keystone Comic Con underway

By Alex Lloyd Gross The newest convention to roll through the area is the Keystone Comic Con.  It’s new to the area but they seem to have things well in order and on the first day, things ran smooth. It runs through Sunday so you absoluteness have time to get there. It’s being held at

Pep rally held in advance of Hero Thrill Show

By Alex Lloyd Gross Busy Market Street was closed to traffic for an entire block today, September 12 2018 as police and fire officials displayed motorcycles and fire apparatus.  They were there to drum up interest in the Hero Thrill Show. These people raise funds to pay for the college education for police and firefighters

Man killed in Roosevelt Blvd. wreck

By Alex Lloyd Gross Police said that speed was most likely the factor behind a one car crash on the 8700 block of Roosevelt Boulevard yesterday,  September 11, 2018.  According to police, Edwin Rodriguez of the 2800 block of Home Ave. was southbound  inner drive when he tried to use a crossover to go to

Deep Purple and Judas Priest deliver the goods to Camden

By Alex Lloyd Gross Deep Purple headlined a concert in Camden at the amphitheater on the waterfront and brought Judas Priest with them .It was a night of hard rock that those who showed up will not soon forget.  The attendance could have been better. You can blame that squarely on booking a show on

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