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June 22, 2018

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Canada resident charged in fatal Bensalem crash

By Alex Lloyd Gross Shane Learn,  a Canadian citizen was arrested by Bensalem Police after he crossed into another lane of travel and struck a vehicle head -on. That vehicle was a Lyft vehicle, transporting Niel Weiner , 57 and his wife, both of Holland Pa. Weiner was seriously hurt and pronounced dead the next

Township Manager wants to eliminate rescue squad coverage

By Alex Lloyd Gross Bristol Township residents are expected to flood the township building on Thursday, May 17 when a proposed ordinance is read that will eliminate a very busy squad from providing coverage to Bristol Township.  This has been initiated by William McCauley, the Township Manager.  He wants to replace the coverage with an

Former first lady and other notables inspire new college attendees

By Alex Lloyd Gross Going to college can be a daunting experience , especially for new students who are fresh out of high school.  Yesterday, May 2, 2018,   several famous people showed up at the Liacouras Center at Temple University.  They were there to speak words of encouragement to Philadelphia School District students who  are

Chinese Lantern Festival now open through June 30

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Chinese Lantern festival is back for 2018, at Franklin Square. Located  at 7th and Race Streets, this festival features wonder paper mache lanterns that must be seen to be fully appreciated.  Hand made in China, they are brought into the United States and it’s here in Philadelphia until the end

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,”

Fatal motorcycle accident in Feasterville

By Alex Lloyd Gross Police in Lower Southampton were called to a fatal  accident involving a motorcycle April  19 2018 on the 500 block of Bustleton Pike.  According to Police Chief John Krimmel, the crash involved two vehicles, a delivery van and a motorcycle. Identities of both men were not available. Preliminary investigation has the

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