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Police State of Emergency, Mr. Met Top Mascot, Platt Bridge Truck Ban
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/03/12 5:24 am | updated: 05/03/12 5:24 am
 
The Delaware County police officer suspended for using a taser gun on a teen while handcuffed in jail has been reinstated. Lt. Wesley Seitz is back on the job but three other officers have been suspended and a state of emergency has been declared by the mayor of Colwyn.

Say it ain’t so! In a Forbes ranking of the best sports mascots, the Phillie Phanatic comes in second behind the New York Mets Mr. Met! Mr. Met, the mascot with the big baseball for a head has nowhere near... Read More
 
 
Mom Burns Daughter in Tanning Booth, Philadelphia Schools Need MoreTax Money, Health Care Grants Ann
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/02/12 4:02 am | updated: 05/02/12 4:02 am
 
A New Jersey mother is facing child endangerment charges after her 5 year old daughter was burned in a tanning booth. Patricia Krentcil was arrested in Camden County after her daughter showed up at school with severe sunburn. Police say she snuck the girl into the tanning booth where state law prohibits minors under 14 from indoor tanning.

Administrators at the Philadelphia School District says it may not be able to open their doors in the Fall if they don’t get $94 million... Read More
 
 
Delta to Buy Delco Refinery, Chinatown Groper, Christie Considering White House
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/01/12 4:25 am | updated: 05/01/12 4:25 am
 
Delta Airlines has announced that it will buy the ConocoPhillips refinery in Trainer. Delta's subsidiary Monroe Energy will pay $150 million for the refinery complex and hopes to keep the 500 jobs secure for the Delaware County community.

Philadelphia police are searching for a groper in the Chinatown section. There have been several complaints from female victims as young as 12. The man has been captured on surveillance video chasing women, grabbing them in the butt, and... Read More
 
 
Temple Student Home Invasion, Allen Iverson Restraining Order, Sunoco Sold for $5.3 Billion
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/30/12 7:50 am | updated: 04/30/12 7:50 am
 
Philadelphia police have made an arrest after an armed robbery home invasion in North Philly last night. Intruders with guns entered a home shared by Temple University students and stole cell phones and cash at gunpoint.

Allen Iverson’s wife has filed a restraining order against the former 76ers point guard. Tawanna Iverson claims AI “has engaged in increasingly contemptuous, threatening and disturbing behavior.” Meanwhile, Allen Iverson is in China considering... Read More
 
 
SEPTA Millionaires, Occupy Philly Protesters Acquitted, The Roots Headline July 4th
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/27/12 3:45 am | updated: 04/27/12 3:45 am
 
48 SEPTA workers are overnight millionaires. They hit the Powerball jackpot yesterday. They work in various departments at SEPTA headquarters and prefer to remain anonymous for now. Each will receive about $2 million from the payout.

The Occupy Philly protesters arrested after their eviction from City Hall property have been acquitted of all charges. Municipal Judge Karen Simmons says prosecutors didn’t meet legal thresholds to show disorderly conduct, conspiracy or... Read More
 
 
Mayfair Slasher Arrested, Cherry Hill Deals With Bully Teachers, Fighting Parking Tickets
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/26/12 4:24 am | updated: 04/26/12 4:24 am
 
The Mayfair Tire slasher has been arrested. David Toledo, the man who claimed to be on the Town Watch force, and who himself had his tires slashed, apparently did it all himself. Police say Toledo has a history of being a trouble maker and now is accused of slashing tires on 55 cars.

The Cherry Hill School District is investigating claims that teachers bullied students with autism. The student’s father wired his son with a recorder and captured teachers loudly screaming at... Read More
 
 
Philadelphia Schools Closing, Dangerous Teen Trend, Election Results
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/12 4:00 am | updated: 04/25/12 4:00 am
 
The Teachers Union is not responding positively to the Philadelphia School District's plan to close 64 public schools over the next 5 years. According the District Chief Recovery Officer, Tom Knudsen, the closures will quickly save the city $33 million and a billion dollars in the long run.

Parents need to be aware of a dangerous trend emerging thanks to a You Tube video. Fox 29 reports that videos show teens drinking hand sanitizer to get a buzz. Hand sanitizer contains over... Read More
 
 
Philadelphia Schools Closing, NJ Troopers Suspended for Death Race, PA Primary
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/12 4:17 am | updated: 04/24/12 4:17 am
 
The Philadelphia School District is making major budget cuts. Forty schools will be closed by next year. The cuts are part of a 5 year plan to save money and eliminate the underperforming schools.

Two New Jersey State Troopers have been suspended for participating in Death Races on the Garden State Parkway. Owners of expensive sports cars cover their license plates and race on the public roadway. The veteran Troopers, Nadir Nassry and Joseph Ventrella allegedly lead the... Read More
 
 
Rain Problems, Dining Out For Life, Philadelphia Teams Giving Back
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/23/12 4:10 am | updated: 04/23/12 4:10 am
 
A rainy Sunday is creating a problematic Monday across Philadelphia. Flooded streams and overloaded storm sewers puddled streets backing up traffic. High winds brought trees down interrupting power. And of course, many basements are under water. Over 2 inches of rain fell here, but this is nothing compared to what is on tap for western Pennsylvania today - a foot of snow.

Philadelphia restaurants are hosting the 22nd annual Dining Out For Life this Thursday April 26th to... Read More
 
 
iRadioPhilly Supports the Phillies E-Cycling Earth Day Event
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/22/12 5:30 am | updated: 04/22/12 5:32 am
 
Today is Earth Day 2012, the 42nd Earth Day dedicated to preserving the environment. Earth Day is designed to promote a sustainable future for Earth through responsible use of the planet's resources. Earth Day also promotes the proper re-use, or recycling through proper channels.

In Philadelphia, the Phillies “Red Goes Green” campaign encourages people to show the planet some love. The Phillies hosted an electronics recycling event on Saturday at Citizen’s Bank Park. ... Read More

 
 
 
 
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