iradiophilly Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community

Streaming Radio for Philadelphia
More Music. Fewer Interruptions. Just what you want to hear.

 
FOLLOW: FREE MOBILE APPS:
facebooktwitter Apple AppStore Google Play Store
   
News
Talk about what's in the news
  Listen LiveListen Live - New FREE Internet Radio Stations - We Are Philadelphia!  
 
Listen Live Listen Live - New FREE Internet Radio Stations - We Are Philadelphia!
 
 
Advertise With Us
 
 
     

THE POST | News | Sports | Culture | Business | Free Forum

 
The Post  
 
Daylin Leach To 'step back' From Campaign; Washington Crossing Low River; Man Collapses in Wawa
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/18/17 3:16 pm | updated: 12/18/17 3:16 pm
 
Pennsylvania State Senator Dalin Leach say he will 'take a step back' from his congressional campaign amid allegations of improper conduct. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has called on Leach to resign after published reports that he behaved inappropriately with female staffers over the years. Wolf stated that the 56-year-old Democrat is "a leader on important policy issues" but said "this conduct cannot be excused." The allegations came from several former campaign and legislative staffers. Leach has been accused of behavior including highly sexualized jokes and comments to touching they considered inappropriate. Leach denies all of the allegations. He was planning on running for the Democratic nomination for a US Congressional seat in 2018.

The annual re-enactment of General George Washington's Crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day 1776 may be called off this year because the water level is too low. Re-enactors recreate the scene each year by rowing across the Delaware from Pennsylvania to New Jersey just north of Trenton. Thousands turn out for the historical recreation every year. Unless there is some significant precipitation to raise the water level, the crossing will be scrapped. However, the rest of the festivities will go on at Washington Crossing Park in New Jersey. For more information go to: http://www.washingtoncrossingpark.org/come-cross-with-us/

A man who was shot during a robbery ran to a nearby Wawa for help and collapsed inside. It happened around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday on the 6900 block of Large Street in Northeast Philadelphia. The 25-year-old victim was walking along the street when the suspect pistol whipped him and demanded money. The suspect took the man's cell phone. The victim took off running and the suspect opened fire. He was hit in the shoulder and had a graze wound to the head from the gun. The victim ran into the Wawa at Castor and Tyson Aves. where he collapsed. Someone inside the store called 911. The victim is now in stable condition. Police are looking for surveillance video from the area.

Weather
Tonight, Partly Cloudy, temperatures in the low 40's this evening in Center City.

 
Listen Live! Everything from Bach to Rock, Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community
Choose from 20+ Internet Radio Stations today.
 
TOP STORIES
July 14/15 Playlist - Michael Tearson's ATTIC - Long Ago and Far Away - 07/18 12:37 am

July 14/15 - Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment - Intrumentals - 07/18 12:24 am

9 PA Casinos Apply For Internet Gaming License; Remains Found in Suitcase; Kids Shot N. Philly - 07/18 12:10 am

9yo Shot in Home By Stray Bullet; 24 Injured in Multi-Bus Crash; Woman Impaled by Umbrella at Shore - 07/17 5:08 pm

Memorial Set for Sean Schellenger on Tues; Man Answers Door then is Shot; Carson Wentz Gets Married - 07/16 4:34 pm

 
(0) responses
 

THE POST | News | Sports | Culture | Business | Free Forum

 
 

Welcome to iradiophilly! Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community

Welcome! Start listening now for FREE!  The music is always on, so choose a radio station and click to listen. You can find fun Events around Philly and you can list yours on our Events page FREE.  We will also promote cool Philly shows, events and fundraisers on the air FREE. There are also great opportunities to become a sponsor or advertise. iRadioPhilly supports the Philadelphia music and arts scene. If you are a local musician or performer, send us your stuff.  We will play it on our BYO radio station, Philadelphia's Local Stage. We're designing the radio stations and iradiophilly to reflect Philadelphia's music tastes, so we'll want your input. We're glad you're here. Invite your friends.

 
   
   
    FOLLOW: facebook twitter instagram gplus rss rss youtube
HOME | ABOUT | ADVERTISE | CONTACT | EVENTS | PHOTOS | PODCASTS | STATIONS | CONTESTS | SPONSORS | BUSINESSES/ORGs | SCHEDULE | SITEMAP | THE POST   © 2010-18 Internet Radio Partners, LLC
    Site Design by Bananaland | Built by quadpain media