By Alex Lloyd Gross Cherry Hill New Jersey Police are investigating what happened and who caused an accident-at Haddonfield and Church Roads, yesterday, July 2,2018. The crash happened just after 2:00 PM. A bicycle was in the street and the window of a passenger car was smashed. Cops are trying to determine who had the
By Alex Lloyd Gross If you were traveling through the area for the first time from a different area, it would be no big deal. If you lived in this area for more than a week, it could get a bit confusing when you travel on I-95 in Bucks County. New signs and new exit
By Alex Lloyd Gross SEPTA will stop selling tokens April 20, 2018. Those people that have been buying them and may have a stash of them have nothing to fear, says Leslie Hickman, who is chief officer Revenue Operations for the transit agency. “We will still be accepting them for fares for the foreseeable future,”
By Alex Lloyd Gross One man is seriously injured after the van he was driving slammed into a utility pole on the 400 block of E. Lincoln Highway in Penndel. The pole snapped, causing wires to dangle from them, precariously just a few feet over the heads of rescue workers who worked feverishly to free
By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Police are investigating a serious accident at Tyson Ave. and Roosevelt Blvd, today April 8, 2018. It happened at 6:45 AM. One person was killed when a passenger car rear ended another car at high speed. One person in the car that was rear ended was killed in the crash.
By Alex Lloyd Gross As the Eagles parade made it’s way up Broad Street, the line of march was Swoop, players, Eagles staff, Eye Van, police and municipal vehicles and SEPTA buses , presumably for the team to return back to the Linc. Everything was great and running without a hitch. Until the parade reached
As of approximately 1 p.m. today, SEPTA has sold all 50,000 of the special Independence Passes that were available for Regional Rail travel to-and-from the Eagles Parade. Please note that Weekly and Monthly TrailPasses will also be accepted for parade-day travel, along with pre-purchased senior/reduced fares. SEPTA is reminding riders that the Market-Frankford and Broad
By Alex Lloyd Gross People attending the Women’s March will not be searched. That was from Deputy police Commissioner Kevin Wilson. People will be visually scanned but “We are not violating people’s first amendment rights. I saw a story out there about the fact we were searching people and I was put off by it,”
By Alex Lloyd Gross A grinding two vehicle crash at the intersection of Academy and Woodhaven Roads in northeast Philadelphia sent two people to local hospitals January 5 2018. One of the drivers was in police custody, for allegedly driving drunk. That driver was north on Academy Rd driving a Chevy when he allegedly ran
By Alex Lloyd Gross The mummers are a New Years Day tradition. A group of dedicated people get dressed up , march up ( or in this case, down) Broad Street and compete for prize money. The parade went on this year, amid freezing temperatures, and delays of over an hour, but it went on.