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South Philly Package Thieves Sought By Police

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police in South Philadelphia are looking for a pair of thieves who stole packages from the lobby of an apartment building on the 600 block of South 9th Street.  The entire theft was caught on video, which you can see below.  A black male, improperly wearing a mask, peers into the

Bensalem To Close Township Building To Public

by Alex Lloyd Gross You will need an appointment to enter the Bensalem Township Municipal Building.  This is effective November 23, 2020 and will be in place until further notice. This is to help restrict the spread of COVID-19. Township employees will be working there. However, if a person needs to get to see someone,

Over 200 Guns Missing From Philadelphia Sheriff’s Department

by Alex Lloyd Gross What happened to over 200 guns that were entrusted to the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Department?  Rebecca Rhynhart, City Controller would like to know.  Her office conducted an  inventory and an audit of firearms and the results were appalling. According to the report, some guns were stores loaded. Others  were tossed on the

Two Senior City Officials Charged With Embezzlement and Fraud

by Alex Lloyd Gross Two brothers that work in city government were arrested and charged in a scheme to steal money  that should have gone towards city services. Leo Dignam, 61, of Philadelphia, PA, was charged with two counts of wire fraud and one count of embezzling from a program receiving federal funds. Leo’s brother,

Police Help Now Welcomed In Former “No Cop Zone”

by Alex Lloyd Gross Do you remember the Philadelphia  homeless encampment,  aka the No Cop Zone at 22nd and Ben Franklin Parkway?  This group wanted to make their own rules and live without any police.  In fact, they had signs all around their compound saying police were not welcome.  Their brazen ignorance and lawlessness  

PA Attorney General Fights To Defend Obama Care In Supreme Court

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Josh Shapiro today issued a statement ahead of tomorrow’s oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court to defend the Affordable Care Act, which provided the opportunity for 1.2 million Pennsylvanians to accede health care.   The ACA has broadened access to healthcare, supported access to private quality insurance, and Medicaid Expansion

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