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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 

Historic Bristol Kicks off First Friday’s Season

  Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Tomorrow Bristol Borough will kick off its Spring/Summer event season with its First Friday event. Sponsored by the Bristol Borough Business Association and the borough’s First Friday organization, the family -friendly series of events will include an array of activities for all to enjoy. Highlights include:  • Amusements &

Flyers offend legions of fans over Kate Smith statue

By Alex Lloyd Gross Kate Smith was a sports icon in Philadelphia, even though she never played. Her live appearances singing God Bless America was thought to bring the Flyers good luck and superstition has it, she was partly responsible for bringing them two Stanley Cups. She had a stature erected after her. Now, in

It’s official: Phillies to host 2026 All Star Game

By Alex Lloyd Gross In 2026 The United States of America will be 250 years old. There is no better place to celebrate it than in Philadelphia. For the Sesquicentennial there will be hundreds of things to do. For one weekend, most probably in July, there will be the All Star Game which will be

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