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4th Annual Sundrop Music and Arts Festival at The Fire May 23-25 Memorial Day Weekend
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/21/14 7:18 pm | updated: 05/21/14 7:18 pm
 
Just if you need another reason to stay in Philadelphia this Memorial Day Weekend look no further than the 4th Annual Sundrop Music and Arts Festival presented by iradiophilly at The Fire in Northern Liberties and sponsored by Philadelphia Brewing Company and Vita Coca. The 3 night / 2 day festival lasts Friday - Sunday, May 23-25, 2014. Over 30 bands are scheduled to perform during the festival. (Read More

 
 
Gov. Corbett Won't Appeal Ruling; Woman Brings Gun to PHL; Boil Water Warning in Montco
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/21/14 6:20 pm | updated: 05/21/14 6:20 pm
 
Governor Tom Corbett announced today that he will not appeal the federal court's ruling that lifted the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Corbett issued a statement reaffirming his personal beliefs as a Catholic that marriage should be between a man and a woman, but that his duties as a Governor require him to follow the laws and make judgement to the likelihood of a successful appeal. That said his administration's lawyers have concluded that an appeal is “extremely unlikely” to... Read More
 
 
PA Gay Marriage Ban Lifted; Mother Backs Over Toddler; Two AC Cops Arrested for Child Sex Assault
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/20/14 6:26 pm | updated: 05/20/14 6:26 pm
 
Pennsylvania's Defense of Marriage act was overturned by a federal judge on Tuesday, effectively lifting the state's ban on same-sex marriage. U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III's ruling was in response to a challenge to the 1996 DOM law brought by a group of 23 Pennsylvania residents who were supported by the ACLU. Jones ruled the ban was unconstitutional because it denied equal protection and benefits to same-sex couples. Pennsylvania becomes the 19th state and last in the Northeast... Read More

 
 
Bucks County Homemade Bomb; New Philly Traffic Court, Easton Jogger Attack Sketch
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/19/14 7:09 pm | updated: 05/19/14 7:10 pm
 
A man in Bristol Township, Bucks County is under arrest after a homemade bomb exploded early Monday. Police and fire responded to the residence on Midwood Lane in Levittown around 1 a.m. after reports of an explosion and fire. 30-year-old Thomas Piscione told authorities that he made bombs as a hobby and one had accidentally gone off. Bomb making materials and literature were found in the home. He has been charged with risking a catastrophe and reckless endangerment. Piscione was... Read More

 
 
Two Men Struck/Killed By Train; Contractor Gets Probation; No Public Defender for Tollefson
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/17/14 11:13 pm | updated: 05/17/14 11:13 pm
 
Two men were stuck and killed by a freight train in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County. It happened around 7:30 am near the abandoned Valley Forge National Historical Park/ Port Kennedy train station. The Norfolk Southern train contained 3 locomotives and 36 cars. The 4,500 ton train was on it's way from Bucks County to Chicago. The two men were walking together on the tracks when they were hit from behind. This area of King of Prussia, near the old station, is popular with train... Read More

 
 
4-year-old Falls From 3rd Floor; Venna Killer Fires Lawyer; One Man March for McDevitt
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/16/14 7:01 pm | updated: 05/16/14 7:01 pm
 
A 4-year-old boy is recovering today after falling from a 3rd floor window in South Philadelphia last night. It happened after 10:30pm on the 1100 block of Bainbridge Street in the city's Bella Vista section. A PPA worker on patrol discovered the child crying next to a house in an alley off Bainbridge Street. Police determined that he had fallen through the window screen in the third floor in a room he shares with his 12-year-old brother. The boy only suffered some bruises and a... Read More
 
 
Woman Was Buried Alive, Two Charged; Trenton's Mack Sentenced; Hatboro Ricin Case to Trial
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/15/14 7:16 pm | updated: 05/15/14 7:16 pm
 
Two men have been charged with the death of 41-year-old Camden mother Fatima Perez. 36-year-old Carlos Alicea-Antonetti of Camden and 57-year-old Ramon Ortiz of Pennsauken have been charged with murder. Perez was last seen by family members on Monday morning leaving her house. She left with approximately $8,000 in cash to purchase a motor vehicle and was in the company of Alicea-Antonetti. Her body was discovered Wednesday morning in a shallow grave in Monroe Township. Police say that... Read More

 
 
Man Sentenced 935 Years in Prison; SEPTA Train Operator Assaulted; Christie Thinking of Running 2016
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/14/14 5:51 pm | updated: 05/14/14 5:51 pm
 
A Lower Makefield, Bucks County, man was sentenced Tuesday to 935- to 1,870-years in prison for sexually abusing a girl over 4 years and video taping nearly every assault. Judge Albert Cepparulo wanted the sentence of 81-year-old Thomas Holliday to serve as a warning to other child predators. Holliday was convicted in January of 234 counts including creating and possessing child pornography. Holliday is a retired composer who began to abuse the girl in 2009 when she was 14 years old. He... Read More
 
 
Arrest in 8-year-old Bike Shooting; Delaware Seat Belt Checks; Love Your Park Week Philadelphia
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/10/14 11:46 pm | updated: 05/10/14 11:46 pm
 
Police have made an arrest in the shooting of an 8-year-old boy in North Coventry Township, Chester County yesterday. 55-year-old Wayne Snowden of the 300 block of South Hanover Street has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault for firing the shot that hit 8-year-old A.J. Hagner. At 5:00 pm Friday afternoon, Snowden walked out onto his porch and randomly fired his gun towards West Main Street. Hagner was riding his bike with a friend and was struck by that bullet in his leg.... Read More

 
 
Dispatcher Charged with Bribes; 8yo Shot Riding Bike; Freddy Galvis Sent to Lehigh Valley
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/09/14 7:01 pm | updated: 05/09/14 7:01 pm
 
An emergency Police dispatcher in Philadelphia has been indicted on federal charges that she took bribes from tow truck operators to send them crash locations and other information. FBI and Philadelphia police investigators said Friday that civilian dispatcher Dorian Parsley took bribes of $100-200 a week from two tow truck operators and a body shop. The dispatch system is designed to prevent “wreck chasers” with a rotational tow program. Parsley circumvented the system by using her... Read More
 
 
 
 
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