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Former Philly Cop Charged, Council Debates Bikes, Baby Born on PA Turnpike
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/15/12 4:59 pm | updated: 11/15/12 4:59 pm
 
Charges were filed today against former Philadelphia Highway Patrolman Jonathan Josey for punching a woman at the Puerto Rican Day festival in September. D.A. Seth Williams reviewed the video and saw that the situation was hectic, but use of force was not necessary. Josey is charged with simple assault.

Making Philadelphia’s streets safe for motorists and bicyclists was debated today by City Council. In a bill scheduled to take effect in 2013, drivers of cars would be... Read More
 
 
76 Year Old’s Kidnap Plot Foiled, Music Teacher Wins $10,000, Nutter Urges Homestead Filing
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/15/12 8:46 am | updated: 11/15/12 8:46 am
 
Radnor Township police have arrested a 76 year old man in an attempted kidnapping plot. John Fedler of Miami Florida dressed as a flower delivery person, tased a man in his Villanova home and was planning to kidnap and hold him for ransom. The victim was able to disconnect the taser cables and Fedler fled. Fedler was tracked down because of a parking ticket he received outside the florist where he bought the flowers used in the attempt. He was arrested in the Poconos trying to buy a gun at a... Read More
 
 
Bon Jovi Daughter Heroin Overdose, Assault Charges for Philly Cop, Injured Suspect Sues Drexel
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/14/12 5:03 pm | updated: 11/14/12 5:03 pm
 
Jon Bon Jovi's 19 year old daughter, Stephanie Bongiovi, has been hospitalized. She was found in her dorm unresponsive after a heroin overdose. Bongiovi is attending Hamilton College in upstate New York. Investigators are also charging Stephanie Bongiovi and another student with possession of controlled substances. She is reportedly stable and recovering.

The Philly cop who was captured on camera punching a woman at the Philadelphia Puerto Rican Day festival will likely be... Read More

 
 
Plan to Kill Jerry Blavat, Chester-Upland Schools Close, Family of Philly Cop Moses Walker Sues
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/13/12 4:39 pm | updated: 11/13/12 4:39 pm
 
In the Ligambi mob trial today, a subpoenaed Fox 29 undercover tape was played discussing a threat to kill Philadelphia disc jockey Jerry Blavat. In the video, Joe Ligambi is arguing with government witness Lou “Bent Finger” Monacello. Ligambi appears to blame “the Geator with the Heater” for a negative story about Ligambi in Philadelphia Magazine.

Three schools in the Chester-Upland School District will be closed. Columbus Elementary School, Stretser Elementary and... Read More
 
 
FEMA Disaster Centers in New Jersey, Penn State Merchandise Not Online, Hostess Plant Still Open
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/13/12 10:49 am | updated: 11/13/12 10:49 am
 
FEMA has opened Disaster Centers in 19 New Jersey Counties battered by Superstorm Sandy. The Federal Emergency Management Agency approved more than $127 million in individual assistance in the past two weeks. To apply for assistance you can register on line at DisasterAssistance.gov or call 800-621-FEMA.

Why is Penn State merchandise no longer available online? The official online store of the NCAA has removed all... Read More
 
 
Vick’s Concussion Pretty Serious, Gas Rationing in NJ Ends, Nutter Pitches in for Vets
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/12/12 3:45 pm | updated: 11/12/12 3:45 pm
 
Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid said today that Michael Vick's concussion, which ended the quarterback's day against the Cowboys yesterday, was "pretty significant." Today Vick was complaining of headache and fatigue, so Reid told him to stay home. Backup Nick Foles will take snaps with the first team this week.

Gas rationing in New Jersey is scheduled to end at 6 am tomorrow. Governor Chris Christie says that gas supplies are plentiful and the lines at the pumps are gone,... Read More
 
 
Nutcraker Ballet at Neumann University - Free Tickets
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/12/12 1:00 pm | updated: 11/12/12 1:00 pm
 
The holiday classic, The Nutcracker Ballet is coming to the Meagher Theatre at Neumann University in Aston, PA. And iRadioPhilly is giving away free tickets! You can win a family pack of four tickets to one of the Nutcracker Ballet performances Friday, December 14th or Saturday, December 15th. To register, click the Nutcracker Ballet banner at iRadioPhilly.com or visit the contest page.

All performances are in the beautiful 300... Read More

 
 
SEPTA Crash Injures Ten, Romney Got 0 Votes in 59 Philadelphia Districts, Casino Deadline Thursday
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/12/12 11:57 am | updated: 11/12/12 11:57 am
 
A SEPTA bus collided with a car sending 10 people to the hospital today. The accident happened at 2nd and Olney about 8:15 this morning when the Route 18 bus hit a white sedan and another vehicle. Nine passengers on the bus and the driver were hurt. Three are in serious condition.

After a final tally of votes from election day, Philly.com is reporting that in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions, Mitt Romney got zero votes - not even one vote. Of course, some will point to this... Read More
 
 
GAMP Losing School Busses, Black Friday Starts Earlier, Steve Wynn Applies for Philadelphia Casino
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/09/12 8:52 am | updated: 11/09/12 8:52 am
 
Philadelphia's GAMP, the Girard Academic Music Program, the elite public magnet school for gifted musicians, is losing its school busses. Part of school district cuts that would save the city a million dollars a year, officials at the school are concerned for the safety of students who would need to carry expensive instruments on SEPTA. The 500 student school educates fifth through 12th graders.

Traditionally, Black Friday, the big sale launching pad for Holiday shoppers starts... Read More

 
 
Sandy Deaths in Ocean County, Brady Demands Programs Continue, Ex Philly Cop Arrested For Luring
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/08/12 4:46 pm | updated: 11/08/12 4:46 pm
 
Officials in Ocean County have confirmed the death of four people as a result of Superstorm Sandy. A 94 year old Forked River woman and a 71 year old Stafford man died from hyperthermia due to exposure to the cold. A 61 year old man from Brick and a 72 year old Little Egg Harbor man drowned. Today FEMA started bringing the first of several hundred pre-fab houses to parts of New Jersey and New York hardest hit by Sandy.

Democratic Congressman Bob Brady is one of many turning... Read More
 
 
 
 
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