Go to ...
RSS Feed

June 18, 2018

News

Body recovered in Bensalem Liberty Gas Station explosion

By Alex Lloyd Gross Firefighters from Bucks County Pa. recovered the body of Joe Vigilante, after he was trapped under debris near an underground fuel tank.  The tank exploded when Vigilante and a worker were doing work around the tank of the Liberty station located on the 1200 block of Bristol Pike, yesterday, June 12,

Gas station explosion in Bensalem claims two victims

By  Alex Lloyd Gross Firefighters from Philadelphia were called to assist Bucks  County authorities after a fuel tank exploded at a gas station in Bensalem later Tuesday afternoon.  One man was hurt badly. The other is missing, trapped in a tank.  The explosion caused the blacktop at the Liberty station on the 1200 block of

Pennsylvania lawmakers work to raise state minimum wage

By Alex Lloyd Gross This is a growing gap in the earning capacity of low wage workers ( those making $9.00 and below).  State lawmakers in Pa. are working to change that gap amid growing public pressure. That is to raise the state minimum wage. Currently, it’s  $7.25 per hour.  The Federal Minimum Wage is

Gay Pride marcher arrested for setting flag on fire

By Alex Lloyd Gross An 18 year old New Jersey female was arrested for trying to set an American Flag on fire Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 12th and Locust Streets in Philadelphia. At that time, there was a demonstration and a march.  For whatever reason, the pink haired female tried to set an American

Philly updates it’s police response to trespassers

By Alex Lloyd Gross It’s in direct correlation to the two Black Men who were arrested for doing nothing at Starbucks in center city two months ago.  The Philadelphia Police dodged a legal bullet when the two men decided not to sue.  That case would have cost the city a ton of cash.  Figure since

Trump refuses Eagles visit to White House

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl  February 4 2018.   Four month later, after this huge upset win over the New England Patriots, the team was scheduled to visit the White House and meet with President Donald Trump.  Less than 24 hours before the event was to take place, it was

Red Paw fundraiser held in Bensalem

By   Alex Lloyd Gross It was billed as Sunday Funday. It’s usually held on the first Sunday in June. Exactly what it is and who it benefits is an organization called Red Paw. They are a fully authorized organization that helps animals that have been involved in disasters such as house fires. A human shelter

Serious crash in Bucks closes Lincoln Highway

By Alex Lloyd Gross Falls Township Police are treating an accident like a fatal with critical injuries on  the 200 block of West Lincoln Highway June 2 2018 . Details are sketchy but we do know that one SUV was traveling south  when the driver crossed the line and slammed into a northbound vehicle. This

Older Posts››