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Male Arrested For Taunting Police Dog In Bucks County

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police in Doylestown Borough found Joseph Harrison  staggering on Hamilton Street, during the evening of September 12 020. He reeked of alcohol and he had slurred speech, police said. Not wanting to inconvenience him, they offered to give him a ride home.  It was 6:15PM and Harrison accepted the ride.  

US Attorney Alleges Multiple Cases Mishandled By Philly DA

by Alex Lloyd Gross A person arrested  wants the best deal possible for themselves. US Attorney William McSwain held a press conference today, September 14, 2020, to bring to light two cases his office is now involved with. Both were mishandled by Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. McSwain said. The two cases involve defendants who

Bensalem Fall Festival Will Not Happen in 2020

by Alex Lloyd Gross The annual fall festival in Bensalem is not going to happen. This decision was made in the interest of public safety.  This event, originally called Bensalem Pride Day  morphed into one of the largest fall festivals in the area.   Daytime was reserved for vendors. People would walk around, see what

19 Years After 9/11 You Don’t Recognize The USA

by Alex Lloyd Gross On September 12, 2001,  Americans were in shock after what happened the day before. We were attacked.  As  the populace watched on 24/7television, we saw an outpouring of support for firefighters and police.. Many thought they should get raises, you cannot pay those people enough. As the investigation unfolded,  the country

Bensalem Police and Bucks County NAACP Sign Agreement

by Alex Lloyd Gross Karen Downer , President of the Bucks County Chapter of the NAACP met with Fred Harran, Director of Public Safety for Bensalem Twp.  in front of the municipal building today, September 9, 2020. The reason was to solidify an agreement on how police will advance their treatment of minorities. “A lot

Thousands Could Get Electric Service Shut Off

by Alex Lloyd Gross As COVID-19 relief  valves come to a close, many people who pay rent will find themselves ready to deal with a landlord that wants their money.  The moratorium on evictions ends today, September 1 2020.  Courts all around the region are bracing for landlords to walk in and file papers.  Businesses

Truck Takes Out Hydrant on Gibson Road, Road Flooded

by Alex Lloyd Gross A delivery truck hit a fire hydrant on Gibson Road  in Bensalem, near Bensalem Boulevard, residents said. The result was water gushing into the road, with possible undermining of the street. The mishap took place today, Aug  29, 2020,j ust after 2:00 PM. There were no injuries.  AQUA, Penndot and  township

Protest Outside Lower Bucks Hospital Over Mental Health Unit

by Alex Lloyd Gross Romy Ulysse is not happy. Her brother  Dudley Ulysse wound up in the mental health ward of Lower Bucks Hospital, which is where he belonged. He was not treated, he allegedly caught COVID-19 while in the facility and he was arrested for serious felony charges.  That is what brought  Romy and

Rep Tina Davis Co Sponsors Bill To Provide Relief To Restaurant Industry

HARRISBURG, Aug. 20 – State Reps. Joe Ciresi, D-Montgomery, and Tina Davis, D-Bucks, have introduced a bipartisan bill that would provide financial relief to bars, restaurants and catering halls that have been struggling financially because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. House Bill 2791, which was assigned to the Commerce Committee after introduction, is also part

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