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Horrocks Street Carjack Shooting, Frozen Lancaster Puppies, Delaware River Ice Jam
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/09/14 2:27 am | updated: 01/09/14 2:27 am
Philadelphia Police say a 44-year-old man is hospitalized after being shot twice during a carjacking attempt in Northeast Philadelphia in the 7200 block of Horrocks Street. Police say the victim, shot twice in the torso, was taken to Aria Health Torresdale Campus. He is listed in critical but stable condition. Two male suspects wearing all black clothing fled northbound on Horrocks Street. No arrests have been made at this time.

Police in Lancaster are searching for whoever... Read More
Ice Jams on Delaware River / Flash Flood Warnings; Suspect Arrested in Fatal Upper Darby Hit-and-Run
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/08/14 11:27 pm | updated: 01/08/14 11:27 pm
Ice jams on the Delaware River near Trenton have prompted a Flood Warning for Bucks and Mercer counties. The warnings are in effect until 4:30 Thursday morning. Officials will be monitoring the water levels on both sides of the river. Route 32 (River Road) between Black Rock Road and Trenton Avenue in Lower Makefield Township has been closed. In New Jersey, flooding has been seen at Route 29 and Market Street and in the lower State House parking. Rising temperatures should help the jam... Read More

The Ardmore Music Hall Concert Review: Blue Apple Groove w/ Vilebred, Green Eggs and Jam 1/3/14
  by: SteveKane - Broomall, PA
started: 01/08/14 6:44 pm | updated: 01/08/14 6:44 pm
The Philadelphia based rock and funk band Blue Apple Groove held their record release show at The Ardmore Music Hall. A bitter cold Friday night for the up and coming music venue in Ardmore saw some energetic live music and conditions were definitely right for dancing fun. Supporting the show were also the funky jazz masters Green Eggs and Jam, and... Read More

Phillies' Broadcasters Chris Wheeler and Gary Matthews are out for 2014
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/08/14 6:05 pm | updated: 01/08/14 6:05 pm
Longtime Philadelphia Phillies' broadcaster Chris Wheeler will not be returning to the broadcaster booth in 2014 after nearly four decades as a play-by-play and color analyst on both TV and radio. Gary Matthews will also not be rejoining the broadcast team after seven years doing color for television and radio.

The decision comes after the Phillies recently signed a new broadcast contract worth $2.5 billion over 25 years. It is reported that the network made the decision to... Read More

Frozen Barnegat Bay, Philly Schools For Sale, War on Poverty Speech Anniversary
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/08/14 11:31 am | updated: 01/08/14 11:31 am
Some of the coldest temperatures in decades were recorded in the last 36 hours from the Philadelphia region to the Jersey Shore. On Long Beach Island Harvey Cedars Police provided photos of a frozen Barnegat Bay. The scene with frozen docks and an ice covered bay looks more like Alaska than New Jersey.

The Philadelphia School District has received 20 offers to buy empty buildings listed for sale on its website. The sale is part of an effort to fill the budget gap. The school... Read More

Germantown Multiple Shooting Victim Dies, PJM Conservation Call, Hospitals Busy From Cold Injuries
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/08/14 1:56 am | updated: 01/08/14 1:56 am
Philadelphia Police say a man, shot multiple times in the abdomen, has died. It happened Tuesday night on the 6300 block of Musgrave Street in Germantown. The 25-year-old victim was taken to Albert Einstein Medical Center in extremely critical condition. Police say he was later pronounced dead. Police are investigating.

The agency PJM that manages the electric power grid across the Delaware Valley has extended their call for conservation of electricity. That means not using... Read More
Schuylkill Named River of the Year; Christie Signs Immigrant Tuition Bill; Cold Causes Car Troubles
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/07/14 11:21 pm | updated: 01/07/14 11:21 pm
The Schuylkill River has been named the 2014 Pennsylvania River of the Year. The Schuylkill received 43% of the popular vote among the 5 nominated rivers. They include the Schuylkill; Kiskiminetas-Conemaugh rivers in southwestern Pennsylvania; Ohio in the west; Brodhead Creek Watershed in the northeast; and West Branch of the Susquehanna in the north central section of the state. This is the second time the Schuylkill has been named River of the Year, the last time being in 1999. The... Read More

The Ardmore Music Hall Concert Review: The Districts / The Felice Brothers, Dec. 28th
  by: JoeS - Springfield, PA
started: 01/07/14 1:45 pm | updated: 01/07/14 1:47 pm
On Saturday Dec. 28th a friend and I went to The Ardmore Music Hall to see The Districts and The Felice Brothers. We choose the VIP tickets which entitle us to early admission and a buffet meal. This was a smart choice. The meal was very good and plentiful, consisting of ribs, chicken, garlic roasted potatoes and veggies. You also get a shot at a good seat instead of standing. For $35.00 we got 3 hours of fine live music and a nice meal, a good deal!

The show started a... Read More

Monsignor Lynn a Thinner Priest, Record Cold in Philly, Eagles Jackson Want Contract Do-Over
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/07/14 12:17 pm | updated: 01/07/14 12:17 pm
After 18 months in prison, Monsignor William Lynn emerged 80 pounds thinner. As he left court after a ruling overturned his 3 to 6 year conviction, a handful of hecklers pelted him with taunts and insults. Lynn will remain out on bail, living on house arrest and must wear an electronic monitoring device. Monsignor Lynn was warned that a violation of any bail terms will lead to re-arrest and jail. And Judge Teresa Sarmina told Lynn she had already signed an arrest warrant in advance.Read More

Cold Weather Affects SEPTA, AMTRAK, NJ Transit; School Bus Strikes and Kills First Grade Boy
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/07/14 1:38 am | updated: 01/07/14 1:38 am
Commuters who use AMTRAK trains may need to check the schedule in the morning, because fewer trains will be running because of the bitter cold. Acela Express and Northeast Regional service will be running with fewer trains, and travelers are asked to check the schedules or their tickets before heading out. If passengers already bought tickets for a canceled train, they can get a refund or voucher for future travel. For more information, visit: Read More
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