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Teresa Mastracola's Death Ruled Suicide, Body Found Missing in Ridley Creek State Park
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/10/12 3:02 pm | updated: 12/10/12 3:02 pm
 
The Delaware County medical examiner's office has ruled that Teresa Mastracola death was by suicide. The 44-year-old Millbourne woman had been missing for a week when her body was found in Ridley Creek State Park. The coronor’s report says Mastracola killed herself by inhaling helium causing asphyxiation.

Mastracola was last seen on December 3rd leaving her home on Milbourne Ave. She was an avid hiker and bicyclist who often frequented Ridley Creek State Park in Edgemont. She... Read More

 
 
Ocean City Elderly Couple Found; Walnut St. Water Main; Philly Bike Share; Bucks County Teen Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/10/12 1:18 pm | updated: 12/10/12 1:18 pm
 
This past weekend's water main break along the 1600 block of Walnut Street in Center City is still causing disruptions downtown indefinitely. The water main broke at around 4:30 Saturday afternoon and was fixed by Sunday morning, but the street is still shutdown and a large hole remains. PECO and the gas company PGW still need to determine if there was any damage to the infrastructure and make necessary repairs before the road can be repaved and opened. The busy shopping district is open for... Read More
 
 
Teresa Mastracola's Body Found in Ridley Creek State Park; Woman Missing From Millbourne Body Found
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/09/12 7:47 pm | updated: 12/09/12 7:48 pm
 
Police have confirmed that the body found on Saturday at Ridley Creek State Park is that of missing Teresa Mastracola, a 44-year-old Millbourne, Delaware County woman. She was last seen on December 3rd leaving her Millbourne Ave home wearing scrubs. She works at Delaware County Memorial Hospital.

Police and canine units were deliberately searching the state park in Edgemont because Mastracola is an avid hiker and biker and frequents the park. Police found the body of a woman in... Read More

 
 
Lawsuit in Paulsboro Spill; Body Found in Ridley Creek, T. Mastracola; Water Main Closes Walnut St.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/09/12 2:51 pm | updated: 12/09/12 2:51 pm
 
A mother of three from Paulsboro, NJ, is filing suit against Conrail, Norfolk Southern Railway Company and CSX Transportation. She says she is experiencing breathing problems because of the November 30th chemical spill that released vinyl chloride into the air and necessitated residential evacuations that lasted for a week. The Plaintiff, Alice Breeman, claims that the defendants were negligent in inspecting the swing bridge over the Mantua Creek and for allowing the freight train to cross... Read More
 
 
Water Main Break in Center City; Missing Delaware County Woman Teresa Mastracola
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/09/12 12:43 am | updated: 12/09/12 12:43 am
 
A large water main break shut down parts of the Center City shopping district late this afternoon. The Philadelphia Water Department is working on fixing that 12 inch main. It happened around 4 p.m. on the 1600 block of Walnut Street, PWD shut it down at 6 p.m. Around 25 properties have been affected including some businesses. The area surrounding the break has been closed to traffic. Walnut Street is closed from 15th to 17th and 16th Street is closed between Chancellor and Locust Streets.... Read More

 
 
Phillies Trade for Veteran 3B Michael Young
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/08/12 11:40 pm | updated: 12/08/12 11:40 pm
 
The Phillies continued to check off their Christmas needs list this December. Fresh off the trade for OF Ben Revere the Phillies have acquired Michael Young from the Texas Rangers for right-handed reliever Josh Lindblom and a Minor League pitcher, Lisalverto Bonilla.

Young, 36, waived his no trade clause to become a Phillie. Staying in Texas would have meant less playing time as either a utility player or DH. In Philadelphia he'll be our everyday starting third basemen. Young... Read More

 
 
Philly Bike Share Program (may be) Coming in 2014
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/07/12 11:52 pm | updated: 12/07/12 11:52 pm
 
Philadelphia can soon hope to see a Bike Share program like the successful programs in Washington, DC, Boston, and Minneapolis. The Nutter Administration plans to ask the Philadelphia City Council for $3 million to get a program with 650 bikes on the streets by early 2014. An additional 550 bikes would be added in 2015.

Riders will be able to buy daily, weekly, or monthly memberships from vending machines and take any available bike out from a bike station. Based on rates from... Read More

 
 
Philly Police Impersonator Arrested; Fishtown Pot Grow Raided; Obama Asks Congress $60.4 B for Sandy
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/07/12 6:40 pm | updated: 12/07/12 6:40 pm
 
A man from Glenside in Montgomery County is now under arrest for impersonating a Philadelphia Police officer on Wednesday night. 30-year-old Michael Green is accused of stopping another car along the 4300 block of McMenamy Street in the Holmesburg section with another section. Both men were armed and pulled the guns on the driver and two passengers, forcing them into the back seat. They were able to escape, but one of them suffered a broken arm. Green is charged with Impersonating a police... Read More

 
 
Paulsboro NJ Evacuees Allowed to Return Home
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/07/12 2:25 pm | updated: 12/07/12 2:25 pm
 
Paulsboro, NJ residents have been told they can start to return home today, Friday, a week since they were evacuated following last Friday's early morning freight train derailment and vinyl chloride leak over the Mantua Creek. The decision was made after air monitors showed the air clear of Vinyl chloride on Thursday and Friday. The last of the chemical was pumped from the ruptured rail car on Wednesday evening. Residents should report to the community assistance center at 1502 Swedesboro Ave.... Read More

 
 
Jeb Bush Named Chairman Constitution Center; $50 mil Bucks Powerball; More Charges in Radnor Luring
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/06/12 7:44 pm | updated: 12/06/12 7:44 pm
 
Jeb Bush has been named the new Chairman of the National Constitution Center. The former Governor of Florida is following in the footsteps of his father George H.W. Bush (although not to the White House) who was the Chairman from 2007-2008. Bill Clinton held the position the last four years. John Ellis “Jeb” Bush will take over on January 13th. Bush currently runs an educational foundation and has been mentioned as a possible candidate to run for President in 2016, though he avoided that... Read More
 
 
 
 
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