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Herb Magee Wins Number 1000; Nutter Spokesman Doug Oliver Joins Race; Police Dispatcher Fatal DUI
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/08/15 2:39 am | updated: 02/08/15 2:39 am
Philadelphia University Men's Basketball Head Coach reached a milestone Saturday evening achieved by only one other NCAA coach. 73-year-old Herb Magee earned his 1,000th career win with an 80-60 win over Post University at the Gallagher Center on campus. Mike Krzyzewski of Duke recorded his 1,000th win back on January 18th at St. John’s. Magee has coached the Division II Rams for 48 years. The West Catholic grad was a two-time All American for then Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science. He was drafted by the Boston Celtics but a pre-training camp injury forced him return to his alma mater as an assistant coach. He became head coach in 1967 at age 25. His overall record is 1,000-398.

The former press secretary for Mayor Nutter is joining the 2015 race for mayor of Philadelphia. 40-year-old Doug Oliver announced his candidacy today from Germantown. Oliver joins the growing list of Democratic hopefuls that includes Jim Kenney, Lynne Abraham, Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams, and Judge Nelson Diaz. Oliver, the youngest of the group, vowed to end "the politics of low-expectations." He also promised to improve educational and career opportunities for residents which in turn would “improve livelihoods, revive communities and enhance public safety." Most recently, Oliver has worked as a spokesman for the Philadelphia Gas Works.

An Absecon, NJ police dispatcher was arrested early Friday morning for DUI in a fatal accident. 36-year-old Richard Doherty was driving under the influence along Tilton Road in Galloway Township around 1:30 a.m. Friday. He struck and killed 29-year-old township resident Alfonso Dickerson who was walking along the southbound shoulder. Doherty has been charged with DUI with further charges pending. He has been suspended with pay during the investigation.


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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 02/08 2:39 am
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