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Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Stuck, Oxford Circle Abduction Attempts, Old City Seaport Festival
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/10/13 8:04 am | updated: 10/10/13 8:04 am
 
Morning rush hour was a mess this morning around the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge which got stuck in the up position overnight during an opening at about 1 am. Crews were banging the mighty old bridge with hammers but she wouldn’t budge. Motorists had to detour to the Betsy Ross bridge.

There were a couple of near child abductions yesterday in Oxford Circle. A 12 year old girl was lured by a man who said he had something for her, but she escaped before getting too close. A few... Read More
 
 
Normandy Cemetary Closed, Halloween Celebration Cancelled, S. Jersey Coastal Flooding
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/09/13 8:31 am | updated: 10/09/13 8:31 am
 
A Philadelphia area couple was turned away from the cemetery at Normandy, closed as a result of the U.S. Government shutdown. Robert and Nancy Foxx from Merion planned on spending a few days of their trip to France at Normandy. They were permitted onto the beaches, the site of the D-Day invasion, but were disappointed when the gates to the cemetery were locked.

A school in the Philadelphia area has decided to cancel Halloween celebrations and many parents and kids are none too... Read More
 
 
Paoli Blues Festival 2013 – Replay Podcast on iRadioPhilly
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/08/13 12:55 pm | updated: 10/08/13 12:55 pm
 
The 5th annual Paoli Blues Fest Saturday, October 5th was a jamming good time. AGAIN! And you can hear it again and again on demand on the iRadioPhilly Podcast Page

In its 5 years, this outdoor event has enjoyed great weather and larger crowds every single year. Paoli Blues Fest leader, Marie Thibault, a board of pros, an army of volunteers and over 100 vendors served up a great... Read More

 
 
Child's Face Burned in School, Curt Schilling Estate Sale, Runner Fine in Valley Forge Park
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/08/13 8:37 am | updated: 10/08/13 8:37 am
 
A seven year old at Pennell Elementary school sustained second degree burns on his cheek after he smashed a hot packet of turkey taco meat served in the school cafeteria. The school district admits the food should not be that hot. There was also no school nurse on hand.

Former Phillie turned Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is having a yard sale. Schilling’s video game company, 38 Studios collapsed into bankruptcy last year. Schilling is being sued and needs to raise... Read More

 
 
Jack A. Schulman, D.C. On Joint Pain, Causes and the Latest Treatment Techniques
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/07/13 1:46 pm | updated: 10/07/13 4:26 pm
 
Back and joint pain can be caused by car accidents, workplace injuries, sports and athletic training as well as common everyday functions like operating a computer keyboard and mouse. Sufferers dealing with the pain can feel miserable and even physically ill. Joint pain can affect one's overall attitude and productivity. If dealt with properly using the latest technology and techniques the results can seem miraculous!

iRadioPhilly sat down with Philadelphia area Chiropractor,... Read More

 
 
PA Voter Registration, Camden Cancer Center Opens, LBI Chowderfest
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/07/13 8:45 am | updated: 10/07/13 8:45 am
 
If you want to vote on November 5th, today is the deadline to register in Pennsylvania. This election is for judges, school boards, and municipal officials who govern the operations of towns. The only statewide race is an open seat for Superior Court.

A new cancer center opens in Camden today. The $100 million MD Anderson Cancer at Cooper is a partnership between Cooper University Health Care and Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center, one of the most prestigious cancer... Read More
 
 
Paoli Blues Fest - iRadioPhilly Wristband Ticket Winner - October 5, 2013
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/05/13 9:35 pm | updated: 10/05/13 9:35 pm
 
iRadioPhilly is celebrating Concert Season with FREE tickets to great shows and events around the Philadelphia area all summer long. Look for iRadioPhilly at events and get a FREE wristband. The number on the wristband could mean FREE tickets for you to an upcoming concert or event of your choice. The list of concerts and winners from each drawing can be viewed by clicking on the headline above.

iRadioPhilly was at the Paoli Blues Fest October 5th giving away numbered... Read More

 
 
Three Day Walk for Breast Cancer, Parent Complaints on Schools, Grant Money for Phila Waterfront
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/04/13 8:41 am | updated: 10/04/13 8:41 am
 
They will walk 60 miles to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. This morning 1.200 participants in the Three Day Walk for The Cure started at the Willow Grove Mall. Some are walking in memory of a loved one lost to breast cancer. All are fighting for advancement against cancer. They will wind their way across the city over the next 3 days and finish at the Navy Yard.

Parents of Philadelphia schoolchildren shared complaints about the cash strapped school system here. ... Read More
 
 
Montgomery County Appeals Gay Marriage Ban, NJ Heroes, Government Shutdown Effects
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/03/13 8:40 am | updated: 10/03/13 8:40 am
 
Montgomery County is appealing the order that bans gay marriage. Democratic officials are taking the ban on same sex marriage licenses to the State Supreme Court. Montgomery County had issued 174 licenses to same sex couples prior to the ban.

The Carnegie Hero Fund has named three men from New Jersey to its list of medal winners. Thomas St. John Harding of Mays Landing, William Smith of Fairview and John Nash Hale of Toms River are being recognized for acts of heroism in... Read More
 
 
Love Park Victim Had Record, Softball Coach Sex Charges, Officer Winkis Arraigned
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/02/13 7:26 am | updated: 10/02/13 7:26 am
 
The man shot at Love Park yesterday has died. Police also revealed he was not a tourist taking pictures as early reports indicated. The 38 year old victim who was fired at eight times was a known drug dealer with a record of arrests on drug and gun charges. The shooting remains under investigation.

A Bucks County high school softball coach has been arrested for having a sexual relationship with a girl on the team. Thirty six year old Eric Romig, a coach at Pennridge High... Read More
 
 
 
 
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