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Free Covid Tests In Bucks County

by Alex Lloyd Gross January 19 2022 If you would like to get a free Covid test in Bucks County, that can happen. The Department of Health has given notice that the tests will be distributed in  January and early February of this year. All areas of the county are represented. January 19-26and Feb 2

Ice Princess Weekend Coming To Franklin Square

Ice Princess Weekend in Franklin Square, January 29 – 30, 5 – 7 pm:  – Princesses are coming to Franklin Square for a magical time. Come visit Elsa, everyone’s favorite Frozen princess, and some of her friends, including Jasmine, Elena of Avalor, and Rapunzel. Elsa’s not the only one channeling frozen joy – experience the craft of

Penndel Child Molester Gets Almost 100 Years In State Prison

by Alex Lloyd Gross Louis Charles Aiello  will not be returning home ever again.  The Penndel resident was convicted at trial  and was sentenced this week,  to 49 to 98 years in state prison.  He was accused  of molesting children. He was convicted  in July of 2021, of child rape and related charges. “With this

PA Workers Get Nothing As Lawmakers Get A $5000 Raise.

by Alex Lloyd Gross Dec 20, 2021 Pennsylvania Republican Representative Jim Cox  could not care any less about PA workers, according to many workers themselves and proponents to raise the state minimum wage.  Jim Cox is the chair of the Labor and Industry Committee and he, along with every lawmaker in PA gets a cost

Bensalem Teacher Aide Jailed For Sexting With Students

by Alex Lloyd Gross This article contains language that some may find offensive.  Reader discretion strongly advised Dec 9, 2021 “I have 10 inch penis. If you don’t believe me, I’ll show you. Do you want to see it? ” Let me send you a photo of it”  That text message was sent to a

Pennsylvania’s Child Care and Staffing Crisis, By The Numbers

by Ed Mahon of Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG — As a roughly $2 trillion social spending plan moves through Congress, transformational change could be on the horizon for child

2021 Philly Thanksgiving Day Parade Is Back

by Alex Lloyd Gross There were balloons, floats and marching bands. They were all live.  We’re tailing about the 2021 Thanksgiving Day Parade. This parade went from 20th and JFK Boulevard , around Eakins Oval.  and near the Art Museum.  People started to line the streets of center city by 7:30 AM.   Due to security

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