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Speed Cameras To Be Installed On Roosevelt Boulevard

By Alex Lloyd Gross The most controversial enforcement program is going to start this spring on the Roosevelt Boulevard. The installation of speed cameras and ticketing of drivers that exceed the posted speed limit by more than 11 MPH. A press conference was held today, January 13, 2020 on the Blvd at Solly Avenue, one

Rep Wendy Ullman Gets $53,000 in State Grant Money For Bucks County

DOYLESTOWN, Jan. 6 – State Rep. Wendy Ullman, D-Bucks, today announced that Bucks County schools were awarded $53,000 in state grants to help improve students’ employment skills. Bucks County Intermediate Unit 22 and Palisades School District were each awarded $25,000 Teacher in the Workplace Grants, which will enable teachers to visit local employers and identify

Mayor James Kenney Sworn In At the Met

By Alex Lloyd Gross Traffic was heavily congested on the 800 block of North Broad Street this morning, January 6 2019. The streets around the Met were filled with people trying to park and get into the Met, to see city council and Mayor James Kenney take the oath of office. The ceremony was scheduled

President Trump IMPEACHED

By Alex Lloyd Gross Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States has been impeached by a partisan vote in the house. President Trump did not participant[ate in the house proceedings and has steadfastly denied any wrongdoing.  This all stems from his trying to get the Ukraine to launch an investigation into Joe

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick Statement on President Trump Impeachment

WASHINGTON—Second only to declaring war, impeaching a President and overturning the results of an election is the most significant action that Congress can take.  Impeachment is a constitutional nuclear option of last resort.  Historical precedent demands that this only occurs in the most extreme of circumstances, and should happen only after a formal law enforcement

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