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January 15, 2019

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Philadelphia roads closed for marathon November 17 and 18

Runners gather at Pennsylvania Convention Center to get bibs and supplies for the race. The fitness expo is free and open to the public at the convention center. Once inside, people can see what other races are available in different towns. You can also get promotional items. One such race, Philly Love Marathon failed miserably

Stan Lee was no stranger to Philly area

By Alex Lloyd Gross Stan Lee, the marvel who developed characters for Marvel and DC Comics  died yesterday, November 12, 2018  from an undisclosed  illness.  He was taken from home to Cedar Sinai Medical Center. While he lived in California, Lee traveled to Philadelphia, well into his 90,s, making two convention appearances at Wizard World

Truck collides with School Bus in Levittown

By Alex Lloyd Gross A school bus belonging to the Neshaminy School District was involved in a serious accident  in Middletown today, Oct 25, 2018, that left  the driver of the other hurt badly.  The wreck happened just after 8:15 AM at the intersection of Durham Road and Hollybrook Drive.  Both drivers were taken by

Woman wanted for driving over man in store parking lot

By Alex Lloyd Gross As an unknown woman went into the Dunkin Donuts store at Welsh Road and Roosevelt Blvd yesterday, October  6, 2018 she had words with a man who was standing by the front door. When she left after buying something,  more words were said and the male was walking away with friends. 

Quick arrest in Philly hit and run

UPDATED WITH MORE INFORMATION SEPTEMBER 4 2018 by Alex Lloyd Gross A woman was struck by a pick up truck on the 10900  block of Academy Rd September 2, 2018.  As she was laying in the street seriously injured, the driver sped away.  There is no doubt the driver knew he hit someone. In this

Bicycle rider hit by car in Cherry Hill

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

When SEPTA stops token sales, this is what you need to know

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,”

Traffic tie ups in Penndel as van hits pole

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

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