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Do You Know Her? Police Are Seeking to Identify

WARRINGTON, PA — The Doylestown Township Police Department is investigated a hit and run accident that occurred in the parking lot of the Giant Food Store, 1661 South Easton Road, Warrington, PA, on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, at 4:30 pm. Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the female...
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2nd Road Rage Incident Leads to GunFire on I-295 in NJ

Earlier today we published a story about an innocent of road rage that led to gunfire. Not even 12 hours later a 2nd road rage innocent lead to bullets flying on a major NJ highway. In Bellmawr on Sunday afternoon, between 1 pm and 2 pm, a dark-colored sedan on...
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Latest Shooting In Wilmington Leaves Man In Critical Condition

Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred at approximately 7:38 p.m. in the 2300 block of Bowers Street. Police located a 24-year-old male gunshot victim who was transported to the hospital in critical condition. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact Detective Brendan Shea (302)...
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'Sincere regret': N.J. education official apologizes for calling Kamala Harris a 'street walker'

A local education official in New Jersey apologized Wednesday after calling Vice President Kamala Harris a "street walker" in a Facebook comment. “She is right off the wingnut streets of San Francisco what do you expect from a street walker who has no clue about America,” Gregory A. Martucci, a member of the Linden Board of Education, wrote earlier this month in response to a post about the vice president.
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Another NJ Town Targets Anti-Biden Signs

Another New Jersey resident is battling his town and neighbors over anti-Joe Biden signs that contain profanity. Officials in Hazlet have given resident Anthony Ragusa ten days to take down signs in his yard that read "F--- Joe Biden." The 27 year old Ragusa says he will not comply. Ragusa posted on his Facebook page, "I will not be censored, your feelings do not trump my rights.” He also shared a copy of the ordinance violation he received from the town.
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