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January 21, 2018


Dog saved from apartment fire in Levittown

By Alex Lloyd Gross A dog was saved from an apartment fire in the Orangewood section of Levittown early Sunday morning, December 17, 2017.  As  firefighters arrived , they found heavy smoke  and fire coming from a first floor apartment.  A resident tried to get back into an  apartment  on the second floor to save

City trashman to be arrested for package theft

By Alex Lloyd Gross Being a trash man in the city is not a glamorous job but it does pay well. That did not stop one worker from snatching a package from the steps in Kensignton . Along the 2200 block of East Oakdale Street,  a city crew was taking recyclables away when one worker

Vodka truck turns over on expressway

By Alex Lloyd Gross A tractor trailer, hauling cases of Titos Vodka turned over on the Woodhaven Road ramp to southbound Interstate 95 today, December 7, 2017 . The truck driver was able to get out without help but fire crews were called because of initial reports were that he was trapped.  There were broken

City to pay two photographers $250,000 in civil rights case

By Alex Lloyd Gross When Charles Ramsey was Philadelphia Police Commissioner, he instituted a policy that officers were not to bother, obstruct, obfuscate , harass or stop photography of police officers.  In addition to that, the action of photographing police scenes  was protected by the United States Constitution.  With all of that in place, two

Three teenagers charged in murder of Northeast man

By Alex Lloyd Gross Three teenage males  screwed up the rest of their lives, police said, when they beat and killed  Kevin Cullen, 57  from the 2600 block of Southampton Road. The three are alleged to have beat him on the 4200 block of Loring Street and stole his belongings.  The man was left on

Phila lawmaker wants to outlaw bulletproof glass in stores

By Alex Lloyd Gross Democratic Councilwoman Cindy Bass, represents the 8th Council District in Philadelphia. Bass,  reports to work everyday in a heavily secured building and gets armed police with walk=through metal detectors manning each entry to the floor when bills are debated . She has introduced that bill called the “Stop and Go” bill.

Two shot to death on Interstate 95

      By  Alex Lloyd Gross                                                                UPDATED 11/262017 6:30 AM Two people, a male and female were shot to death on the entry to Interstate 95 from the Park and Ride, in Bensalem  Bucks County.  This is being called a murder suicide . The incident is being investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police.  Authorities

Judge vs Lincoln football rivalry 2017

By Alex Lloyd Gross Good sportsmanship is taught at all levels of education. That may be a  good idea to follow, but when two teams get on the field, both want to win. That was never more evident than at Lincoln High School today, November 23, 2017 for the annual Thanksgiving rivalry between the Lincoln

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