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Philadelphia Plans To Curb Vaping By Teenagers

By Alex Lloyd Gross Vaping is a fad which has attracted millions of people. Some think it is safer than smoking cigarettes. Within the last two years, 26 people have died and thousands of others received serious lung damage which has been attributed to vaping and using “flavored” vape juice. This contains higher concentrates of

Lower Makefield to Declare October 15th as ‘Kay’s Day’

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  The Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors will be passing a retroactive resolution at Wednesday nights meeting to honor the memory, and birthday of the late Kayden Mancuso, who would have turned nine tomorrow (Tuesday). “The Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors is declaring October 15th as “Kay’s Day” to honor

Historic Bristol Borough Kick’s off Third Annual Mill Street Scarecrow Exhibit

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  A Bristol Borough community organization is kicking of the Fall event season with its third Annual Scarecrow exhibit beginning Friday October 11. Bristol’s Raising the Bar will decorate the business district with scarecrows created by businesses, civic organizations, schools and individual families. A team of judges will evaluate entries in three

Falls Police Investigate Early Morning Shooting

Digital  Reporter- Jeff Bohen   Falls Township Police are investigating an early morning shooting authorities said in a release on Tuesday. The incident which took place on Anders Road, in the Morrisville section of the township, occurred  just before 5 am authorities say when two suspects wearing ski masks approached the victim firing one shot.

Ghost Ship Docks In Philadelphia

By Alex Lloyd Gross A ghost ship had docked at the Race Street Pier  in the Penns landing section of Philadelphia.  It is actually an art project and the ship is a hologram. It is produced by Biangle Studio which is based in Romania.  When you go you can take a walking tour which is

Faulkner Supporters Want Krasner Off Mumia Case

By Alex Lloyd Gross Three busloads of supporters of law enforcement and the Faulkner family got a police escort downtown today, October  4 2019 . The buses stopped outside the office of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. It was there that a podium had been set up. About 250 people stood as Maureen Faulkner took

Senator Haywood Talks About A Raise In Minimum Wage

By Alex Lloyd Gross On January 22 2019 Senator Art Haywood participated in a rally to raise the state minimum wage outside a McDonalds restaurant at 29 E Chelten Ave.  It was 10 degrees outside and over 200 people showed up for a rally. He was back at the same McDonalds today, September 27, 2019

Male Jailed For Shooting Neighbors Dog

By Alex Lloyd Gross It did not take long for Maple Shade ( NJ) Police to make an arrest in the brutal murder of Robert Cook’s beloved dog Toby.  You may remember reading the original story. Police knew the culprit was in a house nearby. They were right. William D. Stroemel, of the first block

Bensalem Doctor Jailed on Health Care Fraud

By Alex Lloyd Gross There was a small army of Federal Agents on Cheltenham Drive in Bensalem yesterday, September 25 2019.  They were there to serve a search warrant and to effect an arrest warrant for Dr.Niel Anand, a pain management specialist who authorities claim was giving patients “goody bags” of medicines they did not

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