No! You Cannot Catch The Corona Virus From Drinking Corona.
By Alex Lloyd Gross There is a run on painters masks or surgical masks. People think they will keep them safe from the Wuhan Corona Virus. . They will not. Experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will tell you this. It may help if you have already contracted the virus. That is…Read More about No! You Cannot Catch The Corona Virus From Drinking Corona.
More Opinions On the Speed Camera Issue
Roosevelt Boulevard Will Be Kept Dangerous for the Profits Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, speed cameras are part of an enforcement-for-profit scheme embraced by Harrisburg that has nothing to do with safety: speed cameras exist only to raise money. Cameras can’t stop accidents, they can only take pictures. The reason the Boulevard is unsafe is because the…Read More about More Opinions On the Speed Camera Issue
Operation Save A Life Gives FREE Smoke Detectors To Local Fire Houses
By Alex Lloyd Gross If you live in the city of Philadelphia simply dial 311 and someone will come to your home and install one for you. For free. If you live in the suburbs of Philly, but still in Pennsylvania, you can visit your local firehouse Many different departments were at the Philadelphia Fire…Read More about Operation Save A Life Gives FREE Smoke Detectors To Local Fire Houses
Letter to the Editor Regarding Speed Cameras.
Driving Roosevelt Boulevard is akin to taking a toll road. The media reported about the mess that red-light cameras made in the city, now we have speed cameras handled by the same groups. If speed limits were posted at the 85th percentile, then there would be nobody to ticket. Since money is the motivation, that…Read More about Letter to the Editor Regarding Speed Cameras.
Public Adjuster Charged With Stealing More than $700K From Customer
By Alex Lloyd Gross When homeowners or business owners suffer a loss, many turn to public adjuster to deal with the insurance company and have that company represent their interests. Most of the time, that is what happens. When Zenith Public Adjusters opened up a claim for Philly Rubber Inc, a company that makes gaskets,…Read More about Public Adjuster Charged With Stealing More than $700K From Customer
Former State Rep Jailed For Theft
PHILADELPHIA – The 60th public official to be charged with corruption by state Attorney General Josh Shapiro today pleaded guilty, was sentenced to jail, and ordered to repay the money she stole from her non-profit, an organization designed to help the homeless, seniors, children, and people with chronic mental illness, intellectual disabilities, and substance abuse…Read More about Former State Rep Jailed For Theft
Women Steal Credit Cards and Go On Spending Spree
By Alex Lloyd Gross As two women sat at at restaurant on the 500 block of North 20th Street in Philadelphia, they put their pocketbooks over the backs of their chairs and ate their food. As they enjoyed the their time together, they were oblivious that two women who were seated nearby had other things…Read More about Women Steal Credit Cards and Go On Spending Spree
Guilty Plea For Fake Immigration Lawyer In NE Philly Who Falsified Documents
PHILADELPHIA – First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Ana Molina, 56, of New Jersey, entered a plea of guilty before United States District Court Judge Harvey Bartle III to seven counts of mail fraud and four counts of aggravated identity theft arising from a scheme to defraud people who sought her…Read More about Guilty Plea For Fake Immigration Lawyer In NE Philly Who Falsified Documents
Burglar On Bike Wanted By Philly Cops
On January 10, 2020 at approximately 12:01 AM, an unknown white male entered an apartment building under renovation in the 300 block of North 12th Street and took numerous tools valued at $3,000. The then left the building south on 12th Street. Suspect Description: White male, wearing a black knit hat, black jacket, gray sweatpants,…Read More about Burglar On Bike Wanted By Philly Cops
For MLK Day Of Service, Hundreds Gather For March To Raise Wages
By Alex Lloyd Gross Hundreds of people were late for appointments today, January 20, 2020. The reason they were late can be placed squarely on Speaker Of the House Mike Turzai and Rep Jim Cox who have done nothing to raise the state minimum wage past $7.25/hr. They have had opportunities and they squandered it….Read More about For MLK Day Of Service, Hundreds Gather For March To Raise Wages