by Alex Lloyd Gross When the pandemic hit, millions of businesses were forced to close. To combat the effect, the government gave people on unemployment $600.00 per week. It was a Godsend and a lifeline. The problem is that $600.00 has expired and senate republicans are not interested in resurrecting it, or keeping it going.
by Alex Lloyd Gross After several months of being closed, the Philadelphia Mills Mall ( formerly Franklin Mills) is open for business. Just after 12 noon on July 3 2020, the mall was busy but not as busy as usual. First, they are limiting capacity. Second, people are not comfortable going out yet. There is
by Alex Lloyd Gross The coronavirus is not gone. It may or may not be subsiding, depending on where you live. As people push to get back to any sense of what was normal, they do it with some trepidation. The question in the back of peoples minds is “Is it safe?” From going to
by Alex Lloyd Gross No longer are restaurants in Bucks County restricted to take out and delivery. outdoor dining is now allowed. Businesses that serve food are doing al they can to stay afloat in the wake of the coronavirus.. While the number of confirmed cases in Bucks has declined, from the peak, People are
PHILADELPHIA (June 4, 2020) – As the Delaware Valley begins to re-open its doors, prominent disaster recovery company NATIONAL RESTORATION elevates its status as a regional leader in helping flatten the curve in the spread of COVID-19 by offering FREE coronavirus to 30 tri-state restaurants, day care centers and houses of worship through the month
by Alex Lloyd Gross Three republican lawmakers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives have been exposed to the coronavirus and are now or have been on a self quarantine for 14 days. Andrew Lewis ( Dauphin) has tested positive, reports said. Rep Russ Diamond and Frank Ryan, from Lebanon County have been exposed but do
by Alex Lloyd Gross Dr. Rachel Levine is a polarizing figure on the COVID-19 pandemic. The doctor is the face of the Pennsylvania Department of Health Department. as such she is responsible for how the state handles the COVID-19 crisis. That fact has a lot of people upset and angry. They want her out. One
by Alex Lloyd Gross Charges have been filed against a senior citizen from Lower Makefield, after he is accused of coughing on a grocery worker at Redner’s on Lincoln Highway April 28, 2020. Police said that James Edelstein, 75, of the 2000 block of East Wellington Road, allegedly got into an argument with a cashier.
by Alex Lloyd Gross People call the authorities all of the time. To report speeding vehicles or even illicit activity in their neighborhood. Now, with corona virus lock downs taking center stage in peoples lives, those “snitches” are calling the authorities to report parties on their blocks, businesses that are open and not adhering to
by Alex Lloyd Gross Your Amazon order will be delayed . You probably won’t get service from instacart and Target as well as Whole Foods could be closed or open with bare shelves tomorrow, May 1 2020. The people that work at these places are fed up with low wages and corporate greed. A company