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Two Injured in Roosevelt Boulevard Crash

by Alex Lloyd Gross Two cars collided at the intersection of Woodward Street and Roosevelt Boulevard. This crash happened at 11:25 AM July 22, 2020.  The traffic lights were not functioning at the times of the crash witnesses said.  As the fire department arrived, one male, Fadil  Kallashi was walking around dazed. He was the

Insurance Tips For Home and Car Damage From Storms

PHILADELPHIA, PA (July 10, 2020) Tropical Storm Fay, the earliest “F” storm ever in the Atlantic, is set to batter the mid-Atlantic much of today and into Saturday morning with heavy rain (potentially one to four inches) and wind.  The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch and hazardous weather outlook for southeast

Parx Casino Opens But It Looks Different

by Alex Lloyd Gross Parx casino is open. But it is a different scene than in February. The first thing you will notice is a  canopy and markers for social distancing. You cannot just walk in . Assume that you get there and it is not busy, you will wait until called.  An employee will

Warminster Train Station Robber Arrested

by Alex Lloyd Gross Walter Wayne Wright ,42, of Philadelphia, was arrested near his home and charged with a robbery that happened at the Warminster Train Station the evening of May 7 2020.  During that time, police said the victim was walking from the train station.  when Wright accosted him and demanded his wallet. Wright

SEPTA Free Ride Is Over Full Service To Resume Tomorrow

by Alex Lloyd Gross Bus riders will be limited to 20 people on a bus. Articulated buses can fit 30 and trolleys can transport no more than 25 rider However, there will be more buses to ride. Effective tomorrow, SEPTA is going back to regular schedule, as more and more people are going to work. 

Problems For SEPTA Commuters Waiting For Some Buses

by Alex Lloyd Gross Few things in life are as frustrating as waiting for a bus and watching it drive by without stopping. That is what is happening with some SEPTA bus routes. “We have limited capacity on buses and when the bus reaches capacity, they are not permitted to allow anyone else on the

SEPTA Now Using Lifeline Schedule Due To COVID-19

by Alex Lloyd Gross SEPTA is going to be operating on an even more restrictive schedule, effective tomorrow,, April 9, 2020.  This , so they can carry passengers and still keep railways clean and safe during COVID-19. Certain lines like the Chestnut Hill East and West lines will be suspended.  Look also to different train

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