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Gov Wolf to Let Eviction Moratorium Expire; Arrest in Deadly Crash; Suspects Wanted in Trans Assault
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/31/20 10:59 pm | updated: 08/31/20 10:59 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will not be extending the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures that ends today, August 31. Wolf said last week that he did not have legal authority to extend his executive order and pushed the General Assembly to pass legislation. Earlier Monday, when asked about the deadline Wolf said, "you have to wait and see," making it sound like he might reverse his decision. His office later said, "But after a thorough legal review, we have determined that the... Read More

 
 
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Mayor Kenney Dining Indoors in Maryland; New Jersey Indoor Dining 9/4; Protest Camps Eviction 9/9
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/31/20 5:00 pm | updated: 08/31/20 5:00 pm
 
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is facing criticism after a photo of him apparently dining indoors at a restaurant in Maryland on Sunday, 9/30, appeared on social media. The photo shows the mayor not wearing a mask and sitting closely to others. Indoor dining in Philadelphia won't resume until Tuesday, September 8. The rest of Pennsylvania has had indoor dining at some level since the end of June. Award winning Philadelphia restauranteur Marc Vetri posted on Instagram, "Glad you're... Read More

 
 
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Temple Pauses In-Person Classes After COVID Cases; Philly Warns Students: Don't Gather; PCL Canceled
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/31/20 12:02 am | updated: 08/31/20 12:02 am
 
Temple University announced on Sunday, 8/30, that it will 'pause' in-person classes for two weeks after identifying 103 active coronavirus COVID-19 cases on campus. The school says that most of those cases are asymptomatic and a few have mild to moderate flu-like symptoms. They say that new cases seem to be attributed to small social gatherings off campus. The Philadelphia Department of Health has just issued revised guidance to students on gatherings (see below). The in-person classes... Read More

 
 
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Philly Police Hero Mural Vandalized; Wawa Shooting Suspect in Custody; Police Overtime Fee Rescinded
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/30/20 4:48 pm | updated: 08/30/20 4:48 pm
 
A mural of the late Philadelphia Sgt. Robert Wilson III in Cobbs Creek was defaced with anti-police graffiti. The mural is located on the 6000 block of Baltimore Avenue. Vandals spray painted the mural with the acronyms "ACAB" and "FTP" as well as a "circle-A" anarchy symbol. Sgt. Wilson was killed by armed robbers while inside a GameStop store in North Philadelphia on March 5, 2015. He died while protecting the other customers. City crews will be out on Monday morning to remove the... Read More

 
 
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Man Shot in Wawa Over Social Distancing; Mass Assault May Be Federal Crime; Philly Backpack Giveaway
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/28/20 4:44 pm | updated: 08/28/20 4:44 pm
 
Philadelphia Police are investigating after an off-duty security guard was shot at a Wawa during an altercation about social distancing in the store. It happened around 4:45 a.m. Friday, 8/28, on the 1300 block East Erie Avenue in the Juniata section. It started when an on-duty Wawa security guard told the suspect he could not yet enter the store because it was at capacity. That turned into an argument. The 25-year-old off-duty security guard, who doesn't work at Wawa, happened to be a... Read More

 
 
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Woman Thrown/Killed in Mantua Crash; Camden Teacher Charged Sex Assault; Bloomsburg U Goes Virtual
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/27/20 4:53 pm | updated: 08/27/20 4:59 pm
 
Two mothers were killed and a teen injured after a car lost control and struck them while walking on the sidewalk in West Philadelphia on Wednesday night, 8/26. It happened around 9:30 p.m. on the 600 block of N. 35th Street Near Mount Vernon St. in Mantua. A 30-year-old, a 58-year-old and her 14-year-old daughter were walking to pick up food. A Ford Taurus driven by a 19-year-old female hopped the curb and struck the trio. The 30-year-old, identified as Nicole Fundenberg, was hit so... Read More

 
 
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New 'Crown' BLM Mural on Philly MSB Building; Philly Jacob Blake Protest; Trans Woman Beaten at Home
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/27/20 12:12 am | updated: 08/27/20 12:12 am
 
Philadelphia officials unveiled a new mural above the entrance to the Municipal Services Building across from City Hall in Center City. The painting was created in conjunction with the Mural Arts program. Artist Russell Craig says, "I came up with the crown design. Corona translates to English, crown. So, I took the protesters and put them in a formation of a crown so we can remember the protest." Only three months ago, the MSB building was at the center of the unrest immediately... Read More

 
 
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NAACP Ousts Philadelphia Leadership; New Jersey Gyms Reopen 9/1; South Philly Police Car Fire
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/26/20 5:22 pm | updated: 08/26/20 5:22 pm
 
The National NAACP will be taking over the Philadelphia chapter after Philly's President Rodney Muhammad posted an anti-Semitic meme to Facebook last month. The executive board of the Philadelphia Chapter of the NAACP voted to allow the national office to replace all of its leadership. An administrator will be appointed by early September 15 and will take control over the chapter. Gov. Tom Wolf, Mayor Jim Kenney, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, and the Anti-Defamation... Read More

 
 
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Fed Judge Rules Against Philly Homeless Camps; PA Eviction Moratorium; Cab Driver Stabbed/Killed
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/25/20 5:19 pm | updated: 08/25/20 5:19 pm
 
A federal judge as ruled that the City of Philadelphia can 'dissolve and terminate' three homeless encampments located throughout the city. U.S. Eastern District of Pennsylvania Judge Eduardo C. Robreno was ruling on a temporary restraining order filed on behalf of the campers. Robreno gave way for the city to dismantle the camps located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Ridge Ave near the Philadelphia Housing Authority's headquarters, and the Azalea Garden behind the Art Museum. The... Read More

 
 
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Registration Open Free Student Access Centers; PHLConnectED 211 Hotline; Gov Wolf Legalize Marijuana
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/25/20 4:04 pm | updated: 08/25/20 4:04 pm
 
Registration is now open for Philadelphia's new free Access Center program. The School District of Philadelphia is starting this academic year fully digital. The program is designed for vulnerable families where the caregivers work outside the home and do not have or cannot afford childcare. There will be 32 Access Centers across the city each serving around 22 students. You must register to be included in the program. Students have to be in K-6 grade. They will be located at recreation... Read More

 
 
 
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