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Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run Comes Through Philly

By Alex Lloyd Gross People driving through Center City  Philadelphia today, November 1 2019 were delayed in their travels for a good cause. The Special Olympics  did a torch run and just before noon, it came  right by city hall. Runners, accompanied by a police escort . This event garnered support from law enforcement in

Roxborough Indians Face Biggest Challenge Yet This Weekend

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Roxborough Indians won another game last weekend by beating Boys Latin Charter School 10-8 .             They will play Imhotep Saturday night at the Germantown Super Site, which is located at Woolston and Sedgewick.  It is there, at Benjamin Johnson Stadium that their toughest competition

Monster Hockey Shut Down By Attorney General

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced a lawsuit against Pottstown-based Monster Hockey Inc. and its president and CEO, Jeffrey Laum, alleging the defendants entered into contracts with consumers to sell hockey equipment and related supplies through its website, but failed to deliver products and failed to refund consumers’ money. Despite being more than

Bristol Kickball Launches its Registration Drive for First Season

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen  —Kickball player Isabella Antonelli  on why kids should join the Bristol Kickball League  “Its an opportunity for kids to have fun outside, make friends, and play sports”  Family- by- family they drifted into the clubhouse on Jefferson Avenue in Bristol last week. Moms. Dads. Friends. Strangers.  All asking the same

Roxborough Wins Another Game

The Roxborough High Foot Ball team won yet another game as they defeated Samuel  Fels  by a score of 36-0.  Roxborough scored 22 points in the first quarter, 6 in the second and 8 in the third quarter. Fels was able to keep them out of the end zone during the fourth quarter.  More Photos

Eagles Pre Game Tailgate at Cottman and Frankford

By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Eagles fans are devoted to their team.  When they won the 2017 Super Bowl the intersection of Cottman and Frankford Avenues was jammed with tens of thousands of people. That intersection is where fans gather to celebrate when a local sports team wins a championship. this location was picked for 

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,

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