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Elderly Woman Lost on SEPTA Bus; Body Found in Delaware Pond; Three Shooting Victims ID'd
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/04/17 12:51 pm | updated: 04/04/17 12:51 pm
 
The Bensalem Township Police Department is asking the public's help in identifying an elderly woman suffering from dementia. The unidentified woman boarded the Rt. 14 SEPTA bus at the Frankford Terminal in Philadelphia around 5:20 a.m. Tuesday. When the bus reached the final stop at the Neshaminy Mall in Bucks County, she did not get off and asked the driver to take her home. She could not provide any additional information as to where she lives, but did say her name was Judy Rets. She... Read More

 
 
Woman Collapses/Dies Scranton Half Marathon; Trial 3 DE Teens Starts; North Philly Multiple Shooting
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/17 5:10 pm | updated: 04/03/17 5:10 pm
 
A woman collapsed at the end of the Scranton Half Marathon on Sunday and later died in the hospital. 36-year-old Lindsay Doherty collapsed just after finishing the 13.1 mile race. Medical workers on scene tried to resuscitate her before she was transported to Geisinger Community Medical Center where she died. The Lackawanna County medical examiner plans to perform an autopsy. Doherty was a married mother of three. She was a Scranton resident and ran the half marathon last year. Doherty... Read More

 
 
Kelly Music Center to Bring Arts, Education and Entertainment to Havertown
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/17 2:42 pm | updated: 04/03/17 2:42 pm
 
HAVERTOWN, PA - The musical seeds planted in Haverford Township over the last decade are blossoming. A new venue for music and arts is coming this summer. The Kelly Music Center will bring a multi-purpose community arts venue to Havertown. The proposed space will provide live performance opportunity for developing young musicians, singers, writers and other students interested in developing their craft. The Kelly Music Center will also feature professional performers, singer-songwriters,... Read More

 
 
Arrests in Teen's Shooting at Takeout; Point Breeze Stabbing Arrest; Cosby Pre-Trial Hearing Today
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/17 2:07 pm | updated: 04/03/17 2:07 pm
 
Philadelphia Police have arrested and charged two men in the shooting death of a teenage boy at a Chinese takeout restaurant last month. 19-year-old Tymear Johnson and 18-year-old Christopher Southerland are both charged with murder, criminal conspiracy and other related offenses. Johnson is accused of pulling the trigger and was arrested on Sunday. Southerland was arrested on March 22nd. It happened on March 10th inside a Chinese takeout on the 2000 block of Hunting Park Avenue. Police... Read More

 
 
Homeless Man Rescued From Collapse; Hoarder Found Dead in Delco; Teen Killed in ATV Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/02/17 1:12 am | updated: 04/02/17 1:12 am
 
A homeless man was rescued from a row house that collapsed in Southwest Philadelphia early Saturday morning. It happened around 2:45 a.m. Saturday on the 6100 block of Yocum Street. The home itself was one of several on the block tagged by Licenses and Inspections as eminently dangerous. The owner, S&C Management, got a court order to stop the demolition and had until April 5th to repair the property. The building couldn't last that long and came crashing down on itself in the middle of... Read More

 
 
International Pillow Fight Day in Philly on Saturday; Delaware Bill to Legalize Weed; Fatal Car Acc.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/17 11:56 pm | updated: 03/31/17 11:56 pm
 
No joke! Bring your pillows to Washington Square Park on Saturday for International Pillow Fight Day. The event will be held at 3 p.m. Washington Square Park, 210 W. Washington Square. It is free for all ages, but kids should come with adults. It is also rain or shine, but the forecast for Philadelphia is 52 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. Bring your own feather-free pillow. You can donate your pillow afterwards to Got Laundry who will wash them and distribute to the homeless. Cities... Read More

 
 
7-month Twins Died of Natural Causes; Seth Williams Suspended License; Point Breeze Double Stabbing
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/17 8:14 pm | updated: 03/31/17 8:14 pm
 
The Camden County medical examiner has ruled that twin 7-month-old baby girls who were found unresponsive in their cribs died of natural causes, and not foul play. Jessenia and Juliana Rodriguez-Garnett were discovered by their mother, Alexandria Garnett, on March 22nd at Pines Apartments just off Bilper Avenue in Lindenwold. She called 911 and told dispatchers that the girls had turned purple and were not breathing. She attempted CPR until medics arrived, but it was too late. The exact... Read More

 
 
Death Penalty Sought in Grace Packer Case; Delilahs Shooter Arrested; Mother Hits/Kills Child in SUV
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/17 4:56 pm | updated: 03/31/17 4:56 pm
 
Bucks County prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a Pennsylvania couple who is charged in the rape, murder, and dismemberment of the mother's adopted teenage daughter last summer. 44-year-old boyfriend Jacob Sullivan waived his formal arraignment today in court. He is charged with homicide, rape, kidnapping, and other counts in the death of 14-year-old Grace Packer. 42-year-old Sara Packer watched as he played out a rape-murder fantasy the couple had been planning. Grace... Read More

 
 
Firefly Music Festival Announces Details of Big Break Live Contest; One Spot Left for a Local Band!
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/17 2:17 pm | updated: 03/31/17 2:17 pm
 
Regional up and coming musicians to compete for shot at performing at the east coast's largest music and camping festival

DOVER, DE (March 31, 2017) -- One more slot has opened in this year's Firefly Music Festival lineup, and festival organizers are looking to fill it with regional talent. Red Frog Events, producers of Firefly, and REC Philly are partnering to bring Big Break Live to life.... Read More

 
 
Upper Darby Man Keeps $15k Found Last Year; Shooting on NJ Turnpike; NAACP Wants Charges on Owner
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/17 12:20 am | updated: 03/31/17 12:20 am
 
A Delaware County man who found a bag with thousands of dollars of cash in it last year and turned it into police, now gets to keep the money because no one has claimed it. 61-Year-old Bob Tracey was driving home last March when he saw a black bag in the middle of State Road. He pulled over and opened it up to find it filled with $20 and $100 bills. He immediately called police. The total in cash was $15,200. When no one who could prove the money was theirs came forward to claim the... Read More

 
 
 
 
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