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'I WILL BREATHE' Mural Painted on Parkway; Body Found Ocean City, NJ; Man Charged in Forklift Heist
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/18/20 5:08 pm | updated: 07/18/20 5:08 pm
 
A street mural written in bold, capital yellow letters was painted on Friday night, 7/17, along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway outer lanes near 22nd Street. It reads 'I WILL BREATHE' meant to be an evolution of 'I Can't Breathe' which are the last words of Eric Garner and George Floyd used by many protestors calling for police reform. The mural was created by the 'I Will Breathe' activist group founded by Nasir Bell as an offshoot of Black Lives Matter. Their Read More

 
 
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Philly Officials Delay Removing Protest Camp; Philly Gyms Can Open 7/20; Car Chase Ends Deadly Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/16/20 4:43 pm | updated: 07/18/20 2:06 pm
 
Philadelphia city officials announced on Thursday, 7/16, that they are postponing plans to close a protest homeless encampment near 22nd Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The city had planned to remove the encampment tomorrow Friday, 7/17, but officials say that conversations are still ongoing with camp representatives. "Conversations between the city and the group are ongoing and we're still hoping to reach a reasonable outcome. The city continues to make every effort to assist... Read More

 
 
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Philly Pregnant Woman Shot Was Not Target; MontCo School Reopen Guide; Villanova to Quarantine/Test
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/17/20 11:35 pm | updated: 07/17/20 11:35 pm
 
Philadelphia Police believe that a pregnant woman who was shot and killed on Thursday afternoon, 7/16, was not the intended target, but that the shooter was looking to hit her boyfriend. It happened around 2:30 p.m. on the 2500 block of West Berks Street. 25-year-old Shaliyah Davis was shot in the head while sitting in an SUV. Her boyfriend took off running (he did have a gun himself) and was followed by the shooter who fired more shots. That exchange was captured by a surveillance... Read More

 
 
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No Charges for Allentown Police in Viral Arrest; Wolf Withholds Lebanon Co Funds; John's Roast Pork
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/17/20 5:45 pm | updated: 07/17/20 5:45 pm
 
The Lehigh County District Attorney's office will not be filing charges against Allentown Police officers seen in a viral video arresting a man outside of St. Luke's Sacred Heart Hospital last weekend. District Attorney James Martin said that after a thorough review, the officer placed his knee on the man's head, not his neck. It happened on Saturday, 7/11, around 7:15 p.m. 37-year-old Edward Borrero was outside the hospital on the sidewalk vomiting, stumbling, and yelling at officers... Read More

 
 
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25yo Pregnant Woman Shot/Killed in Car; MontCo Contact Tracers Rebuffed; Bucks Students Face Shields
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/17/20 12:30 am | updated: 07/17/20 12:30 am
 
A 25-year-old pregnant woman has died after being shot in the face in Strawberry Mansion on Thursday afternoon, 7/16. It happened around 2:30 p.m. on the 2500 block of West Berks Street. The woman was sitting in an SUV after having just visited a relative. The shooter opened up the door and fired once inside, hitting her in the head. She was rushed to Temple University Hospital where she later died. She was four months pregnant. The man fled on foot. Police have video of a second man... Read More

 
 
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PA Closes Bars/Nightclubs, Restaurants 25% Capacity; PSAC Cancels Fall Sports; Camden Aquarium Opens
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/15/20 10:31 pm | updated: 07/15/20 10:31 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced a roll back on restrictions in the wake of a recent rise in coronavirus COVID-19 infections. The statewide mitigation efforts will affect bars, restaurants, night clubs, gyms, catered events, and other gatherings. Bars and nightclubs must shut down again, unless they also offer sit down dining. They can continue take-out alcohol sales if licensed. Restaurants must limit capacity to 25% (down from 50%). Indoor events are limited to 25 persons.... Read More

 
 
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Philadelphia Schools Plan Virtual/In-Person This Fall; Body of Woman Found; Squish the Lantern Fly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/15/20 5:42 pm | updated: 07/15/20 5:45 pm
 
The School District of Philadelphia has announced its plan for returning students to school for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year amid the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Philadelphia School District Superintendent Dr. William Hite, Mayor Jim Kenney, and Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley laid out the plans on Wednesday, July 15. The district is going with a hybrid model with a split schedule of in-person instruction and virtual learning. Schools will be broken up into two... Read More

 
 
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Philly Man Saves Woman Drowning in Wildwood; Wolf Signs Two Police Bills; Manco Reopens, No Slices
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/15/20 1:48 am | updated: 07/15/20 1:48 am
 
A Philadelphia tow truck driver/mechanic is being called a hero after saving a young woman's life who was struggling swimming down the shore on Tuesday evening, 7/14. It happened around 7:30-8 p.m. near Baker Avenue in Wildwood. Tyree Ward of East Oak Lane was packing up to leave the beach with his family when a young woman came running up saying her friend was drowning. All of the lifeguards had been gone for a while. Ward spotted 20-year-old Katie Stonehill out in the waves, dropped... Read More

 
 
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Philly Man Saves Woman Drowning in Wildwood; Wolf Signs Two Police Bills; Manco Reopens, No Slices
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/15/20 1:39 am | updated: 07/15/20 1:39 am
 
A Philadelphia tow truck driver/mechanic is being called a hero after saving a young woman's life who was struggling swimming down the shore on Tuesday evening, 7/14. It happened around 7:30-8 p.m. near Baker Avenue in Wildwood. Tyree Ward of East Oak Lane was packing up to leave the beach with his family when a young woman came running up saying her friend was drowning. All of the lifeguards had been gone for a while. Ward spotted 20-year-old Katie Stonehill out in the waves, dropped... Read More

 
 
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Philly Cancels Large Events Until Feb 2021; MDO Brian Abernathy Resigns; NJ Removes DE From List
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/14/20 7:46 pm | updated: 07/14/20 7:46 pm
 
Philadelphia officials announced that no large scale public events will be held in the city until at least February 28, 2021. The moratorium was set in place over concerns from coronavirus COVID-19. Iconic events such as the Broad Street Run, Philadelphia Marathon, Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the Mummer's on New Year's Day have been canceled. The order applies to all special events or gatherings on public property with 50 or more people. It includes festivals, parades, concerts,... Read More

 
 
 
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