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October 23, 2017

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Goldberg’s creator honored at city hall

By Alex Lloyd Gross Adam S. Goldberg never thought that the home videos he was shooting as a child would be the cornerstone of a television series. When his idea for a TV family in the 1980,s in Philadelphia was picked up, “I never thought it would be more than a few episodes,”he said.  The

Charges tossed in Amtrak derailment

By Alex Lloyd Gross Brandon Bostian is a free man after all charges were dismissed against him stemming from his piloting a speeding Amtrak train around a curve and killing eight people and injuring at least 100 more. The rail disaster  in May of 2015 made international news.  With hours to go before the statue

Canstatters hosts Labor Day Oktoberfest

By Alex Lloyd Gross Octoberfest during Labor Day? Yes!. It has become a tradition that the Labor Day Weekend  is the time to go to Canstatters Volkfest, which is located on Academy Road near Holme Ave. in northeast Philadelphia.  You will know you are there with hundreds of vehicles spilled out onto the street, overflowing

FOP Lodge hosts pro police rally

By Alex Lloyd Gross On August 31, 2017,  a rally to show support for law enforcement was held at the FOP Lodge 5 in Philadelphia. About 2000 people showed up.  It was open to the public. Anyone could come in and anyone did.  You did not have to be a Philly cop to show up. 

Bensalem Township to sue drug companies

By Alex Lloyd Gross In what promise to be a David Vs, Goliath fight,  Bensalem Twp, Bucks County Pa announced today, August 30, 2017 that they will be filing multiple lawsuits against many big pharmaceutical companies. “We are not playing around, this is serious”, said Mayor Joseph DiGirolamo. at a press conference today. He was

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