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February 15, 2019

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Governor Wolf visits Frankford to push wages up

By Alex Lloyd Gross Governor Tom Wolf paid a visit to the Frankford Transportation Center February 8, 2019 to speak on his proposal to raise the state minimum wage. This issue has become a political hot button this year as workers in Pennsylvania have watched their counterparts in New Jersey, West Virginia and Delaware get

Former reporter arrested for turtle trafficking

By Alex Lloyd Gross Dave Sommers, 62, has been around the block a few times. He knows right from wrong but apparently, he thought he could get away with poaching turtles and turtle eggs from the marsh lands of New Jersey, police said.  This is illegal and hurts the eco-system.   Sommers is accused of poaching 

Huge changes debut for vehicles at Philly Auto Show

By  Alex Lloyd Gross The 2019 Philadelphia Auto Show is in town at the Pennsylvania Convention Center .  It runs until February 10, 2019.  Little has changed for the show since last year. The huge changes are in the interior design of a good portion of the vehicles.  No CD player. Who ever thought it

Male arrested for raping an 8 year old child in Levittown

By Alex Lloyd Gross A homeless male with no fixed address was arrested by Falls Township Police , it was announced today, January 30, 2019. He was arrested  for allegedly raping an 8-year old girl in August of 2018.  Scott Melvin Galant claimed that drugs made him do it.   He was speaking to the girls

Quiet Riot explodes on new live record

By Alex Lloyd Gross There is so much more to Quiet Riot than “Cum On Feel the Noize”.  That song brought them commercial airplay back in 1983 and it’s still played on radio stations with a  classic hits  format.  This band had developed into so much more and this week,  ( January 25, 2019) they

$15.00 Minimum Wage now a reality in New Jersey

By Alex Lloyd Gross NJ Governor Phil Murphy fulfilled a campaign promise and gave most workers in New Jersey a substantial pay increase.   $15.00 per hour will be a reality by 2024, which is just five years away. Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney, and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin announced an agreement on legislation

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