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Bensalem Students Get “Normal” Graduation

by Alex Lloyd Gross The graduation ceremony was held for the class of 2021 in Bensalem High School ( Bucks County PA)  last night, June 17 2021.  It was held at the football stadium and it was a return to normal.  Crowds were back and people could sit next to one another without mandatory masks.

Former Temple Business School Dean and Others Indicted

PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced during a press conference today that Moshe Porat, the former Dean of Temple University’s Richard J. Fox School of Business and Management (“Fox”), has been indicted on charges that he conspired and schemed to deceive the school’s applicants, students, and donors into believing that the

Group Of GOP Lawmakers Seek To Ban Pa.’s Transgender Student Athletes From Playing Women’s Sports

Colin Deppen of Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, non-partisan 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 — Five female Republican state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban transgender students in Pennsylvania from playing women’s

Frankford Shuts Out Roxborough

by Alex Lloyd Gross This year, the Roxborough Football Team is mostly new. They are young and inexperienced. They played the Frankford Pioneers at the Frankford home field.  Almost from the start,  The Roxborough indians could not get anything going in their favor. From penalties to plays getting called back,  they were getting clobbered.  

Some Parents Frustrated Bensalem Schools Are Still Not Open

by Alex Lloyd Gross When COVID-19 shut down schools across the country, few people though the March and April closures would extend into the start of the new school year.  In October 2020, Bensalem Schools are still not open.  They are doing virtual learning, which means the lessons are on a computer.  There is limited

Bucks County Teacher Pleads Guilty To Taking Photos of Students

By Alex Lloyd Gross Francis James Reppert,  submitted a guilty plea to charges of indecent exposure and invasion of privacy.   You may recall reading this article where he was caught by students zooming in on photos of a student that he surreptitiously photographed in his class. He used to be a teacher at Palisades High School

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