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Nutter Blasts Butkovitz; Papal Visit Parking Changes; South Philly Waterfront Trail
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/15 11:10 am | updated: 09/17/15 11:10 am
 
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter put a verbal beat-down on City Controller Alan Butkovitz yesterday labeling Butkovitz report on the city's L&I "outrageous, misguided and irresponsible." The controller's report calls on Nutter to fire L&I Commissioner Carlton Williams citing excessive overtime, dangerous illegal demolitions and non-permitted construction projects. Referring to Butkovitz, Nutter says the city is "not going to get distracted by that kind of nonsense or ego or narcissistic... Read More
 
 
Pope Francis Rookie Card; Drug Addict Sentenced in Abuse of Kitten; Pope Threat Overblown
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/16/15 6:26 am | updated: 09/16/15 6:26 am
 
Yesterday the Phillies revealed their tribute to Pope Francis - his own rookie baseball card (pictured in the paw of the Phillie Phanatic). The Phillies are on track to lose 100 games this year, but the addition of Pope Francis to the fold can certainly lift spirits around the City of Brotherly Love.

iRadioPhilly will carry LIVE BROADCASTS from the World Meeting of Families Events, Festival and the Papal Visit. For more information, go to Read More

 
 
Pope Threat - Philadelphia Boy Arrested; Mark Wahlberg to Host Pope Fest; Bridge Tolls Rise
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/15/15 8:45 am | updated: 09/15/15 8:45 am
 
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul's statement that agents had "disrupted" a potential threat against Pope Francis during his upcoming U.S. visit sent Philadelphia officials scrambling for information Monday - and questioning the warning itself. The city's top police official, Charles Ramsey says the threat had nothing to do with the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia. Today, ABC News is reporting a 15-year-old Philadelphia area boy has been taken into custody for allegedly planning an ISIS-inspired attack... Read More
 
 
76er Great Moses Malone Dies; Aretha Franklin Joins Papal Fest; Eagles Monday Night Football Tonight
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/14/15 8:22 am | updated: 09/14/15 8:22 am
 
Former 76er Moses Malone passed away yesterday. The Hall of Famer was found dead in a hotel room in Norfolk, Virginia. Moses Malone led the 76ers to the 1983 NBA Championship. With a team that included "Doc" Julius Erving, Malone suggested the Sixers were capable of sweeping the playoffs going "Fo, Fo Fo". He wasn't far off as the 76ers ran through playoff opponents Fo, Five, Fo to win the title. Moses Malone was 60.

Aretha Franklin will join the lineup of artists performing... Read More
 
 
9/11 Anniversary; Fire Puts Artists Out; Haverford Music Festival Saturday Brings FREE Family Fun
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/11/15 8:06 am | updated: 09/11/15 8:06 am
 
Today is September 11th, marking the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington DC and Shanksville, PA. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives that day, mostly civilians and first responders. President Barack Obama is scheduled to observe the anniversary with a visit to Fort Meade, Maryland, in recognition of the military's work to protect the country.

A fire has forced all of the artists out of 915 Spring Garden... Read More
 
 
Taxicab Company Under Investigation; Body of Montco Man Recovered in OC; Papal Mass Viewing
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/09/15 9:44 am | updated: 09/09/15 9:44 am
 
The taxicab company whose driver struck and killed a young man and woman on North Broad Street early Monday has been under investigation by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission nearly two dozen times in the last five years, and has paid thousands of dollars in fines for infractions and safety violations, according to state records. Around 4:30 a.m. Monday, Amanda DiGirolomo of Phoenixville and Bryan Botti of Baltimore, both 25, were crossing in a crosswalk at Arch Street when they were... Read More

 
 
Phillies Set New Low Attendance Record; Deadly Cab Speed; Pope to Change Annulments
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/08/15 8:10 am | updated: 09/08/15 8:10 am
 
The Phillies set a new record last night. Although the organization is not particularly proud of this one. Last night's loss to the equally poor Atlanta Braves was played in front of an announced crowd of 15,125, a new low attendance record for Citizens Bank Park. Monday night marked the fourth time the Phillies had set a new low for the 12-year-old ballpark, which has hosted 1,203 games since 2004.

The two people killed by a taxi in Center City early yesterday morning were... Read More
 
 
Taxi Kills Couple; MIA Concludes; Free Tickets to See Pope Francis
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/07/15 9:49 am | updated: 09/07/15 9:49 am
 
Two people were killed in Center City early this morning after being struck by a taxi. The victims, a 24-year-old woman and a 25-year old man, were hit by a northbound cab about 5:15 a.m. as they crossed Broad Street one block north of City Hall at Arch Street. The woman died at the scene. The man was taken to Hahnemann University Hospital where he died of his injuries. Police are withholding the identities of the victims until their families have been notified. The cab driver was taken to... Read More
 
 
War Throne Sculpture Seized; Penn and Amazon Sued; Made In America Road Closures and SEPTA Plan
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/04/15 11:03 am | updated: 09/04/15 11:03 am
 
A legal battle is brewing over a sculpture created by an African artist and seized by federal agents in Philadelphia this spring. "War Throne" is a chair made entirely of decommissioned weaponry. Adam Solow, who purchased the artwork through an Italian broker, says the firearms no longer pose a danger. But federal authorities disagree: Customs agents flagged "War Throne" when it arrived in Philadelphia in April. The owner will need a firearms importation permit to get the sculpture... Read More

 
 
Tom Brady Wins in Court; Doctor Saves Drowning Boy in Wildwood; Papal Survey of Businesses
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/03/15 10:57 am | updated: 09/03/15 10:57 am
 
Tom Brady's four-game suspension from the NFL for his role in DeflateGate has been nullified by a federal judge. In May, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell handed down the punishment, which Brady officially appealed. Although Goodell was the arbitrator for the appeal, he changed his original ruling and has now decided that the quarterback presented sufficient evidence to reduce his punishment for allegedly having knowledge that Patriots staff deflated footballs ahead of the AFC Championship against... Read More
 
 
 
 
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