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Roxborough Victorious Over Mastbaum

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Roxborough Indians game against Mastbaum started at 6:30 PM.  That was a little bit of good fortune for both teams as they missed a serious storm that rolled through the area. The filed was wet but that’s about it. A light drizzle fell through part of the game. Roxborough was

Mill St’s 52nd Annual Run Hits the Starting Line Saturday

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen A yearly tradition returns to Historic Bristol Borough as the 52nd Annual Mill Street Run is Saturday.   The 5K Open Race starts at 9:45 am. You can still register for for the race pre-registration is only $25 & includes a shirt. Race is limited to 250 runners, so sign up

Roxborough Takes 3rd Straight Loss to Ben Franklin

Roxborough High played a non league game at their home field Friday night. It was a rainy, inclement weather game and the Electrons handed the Indians their third straight loss, to Ben Franklin. This time the score was 14-6. Photographer Roger Barone was there and caught these images. The next Roxborough game is Aug 30

Free International Soccer Tournament in Philadelphia

By Alex Lloyd Gross If you like soccer  you need to be in Philadelphia for the 4th Annual Philadelphia Unity Cup Tournament. This features amateur soccer players representing countries all across the globe competing right  here in Philadelphia. Games are taking place all over the city and the culmination is the championship game October 12,

Local Bucks Bizzes Named in 2019 “Best of Philly” List

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen   Philly Magazine is out with its “Best of Philadelphia” awards which highlights businesses in Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs. Eight Bucks County based businesses’ were named in the 2019 listing this week. Named for Best Seafood: Jules@Market, 111 Market St, Bristol Borough The magazine praises the market’s simple take on

Its a Bristol Wildcat Kind of Celebration

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen As Spring approached, with the ending of school year in sight, locals in Bristol Borough wondered aloud what could be offered the children of the community as something to do as warmer days approached. In about two weeks time, after a conversation at the Bristol Elks lodge, Bristol Wildcats Flag

Philadelphia Boxing Judge Lynne Carter Honored by City

By Alex Lloyd Gross Lynne Carter,  A very distinguished boxing judge from Philadelphia was honored  by Mayor James Kenney at Philadelphia City Hall. In a ceremony that lasted about an hour June 19, 2019,  Carter was spoken fondly of by  such boxing luminaries like ring announcer Nino Del Buono and International Boxing Federation President and

Stop the Violence Basketball Tournement Held In Frankford

By Alex Lloyd Gross In the shadow of a rough housing project , sits the Gambrel Recreation Center, on the 4800 block of Ditman Street.  Yesterday, June 8, 2019, no one was fighting anyone or doing anything wrong.  A project initiated by the Donovan Williams Memorial Foundation had teams from across the city and across 

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