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Lincoln Financial Field Snow Removal; Philly Streets Dept. Hard at Work; Msgr. Lynn Released
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/03/14 10:14 pm | updated: 01/03/14 10:14 pm
Probably the biggest snow removal effort short of PennDOT is happening down in South Philly at Lincoln Financial Field. 400 workers from American Winter Services and local unions descended upon the Linc to clear out all the snow in time for tomorrow night's Eagles' playoff game. Bracing the bitter cold and winds the crews headed into the stands to shovel the snow to chutes that send the snow down to field level. It is then pick up in front end loaders and out to dump trucks. The trucks... Read More
First 2014 Snow, Seth Williams Criticized for Lynn Reaction, Philadelphia Dumps 13 Double Dippers
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/03/14 12:38 pm | updated: 01/03/14 12:38 pm
The first winter storm of 2014 dumped up to 8 inches of snow on parts of the Philadelphia area. Schools are closed, driving is treacherous and the cleanup is difficult because it is cold. Temperatures will stay in the teens and the winds will blow up to 45 miles per hour. Wind chill factors around zero. If you go out to shovel or any other reason, cover exposed skin.

Philadelphia District Attorney, Seth Williams is being criticized for what is being called... Read More
NJ State of Emergency Declared, Mass Transit Modified Schedules, PENNDOT Snow Removal
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/03/14 1:46 am | updated: 01/03/14 1:46 am
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency for the severe winter storm that is hitting New Jersey. This authorizes the State Director of Emergency Management to activate and coordinate the preparation, response and recovery efforts for the storm. Governor Christie also authorized the closing of state offices on Friday for all non-essential employees.

Philadelphia Public and Archdiocesan schools will be closed on Friday.

The Pennsylvania... Read More
Msgr Lynn Out on Bail; Wilmington Woman Found Unresponsive; NYE Drug Deal Gone Bad; Winter Storm
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/02/14 9:34 pm | updated: 01/02/14 9:35 pm
Monsignor William Lynn left state prison today on bail after his conviction on child endangerment was overturned in December by a PA superior Court. Lynn spent the past 18 months at a prison in Waymart in northeastern Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Sherriff's department will take him to Philadelphia to fit him with his electronic monitoring device. Lynn will will go before Common Pleas Judge Sarmina on Monday to go over the terms of his release.

Wilmington Police are... Read More
Polar Bear Plunge, Winter Storm Warning, PennDot Asks Cooperation During Road Cleanup
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/02/14 12:50 pm | updated: 01/02/14 12:50 pm
Annual Polar Bear plunges on New Year's Day have become more popular as fundraisers in recent years. Yesterday, the 23rd annual Polar Bear plunge in Atlantic City attracted hundreds of people to strip down and take the plunge into water temperatures in the 40's. Organizers dispute the notion that exposure to extreme elements makes you susceptible to colds. The event raises thousands of dollars for the Multiple Sclerosis Association.

A winter storm warning is in effect for the... Read More

Imani Pledge 40th Anniversary, Philadelphia Winter Storm, Philadelphia Diaper Bank
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/02/14 1:31 am | updated: 01/02/14 1:31 am
Scores of former gang leaders came together Wednesday in Northwest Philadelphia to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Imani pledge - the ceasefire promise that ended the years of gang wars that plagued the city during the 1960s and 70s. Wesley Wilson Bey was part of the gang at 21st and Norris Streets in North Philadelphia when he signed the “Imani” or faith pledge on January 1, 1974, a promise he’s kept for 40 years. Bey has left his gang banging ways behind. Today, he works as a... Read More
Concert Review at Vinyl Revival: Jonathan J Bower and The Manatawany Creek Ramblers Dec 27
  by: JoeS - Springfield, PA
started: 01/01/14 1:47 pm | updated: 01/01/14 1:54 pm
The Vault at Vinyl Revival is a unique place to see and hear live music. The concert venue coupled with the record shop is unusual but natural. Combinations like chocolate and peanut butter at frist seem unusual but we all know are wonderful! Well so is this shop! Having about 50 seats is both a limitation and a major advantage. The seating is in the vein of a very small stadium setup with the first row being individual seats and the back seat of an old station wagon. I want to mention this... Read More
New Year's Eve Gun Celebrations; Late Week Storm and Cold; New Year Countdown on iradiophilly
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/31/13 10:31 pm | updated: 12/31/13 10:31 pm
Philadelphia's top law enforcements officials including Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey and District Attorney Seth Williams were joined by gun shot victim, Joe Jaskolka, at a press conference today discussing the dangers of using guns to celebrate on New Years Eve. Ramsey reminded us that shooting a gun in the air is dangerous at best and potentially deadly. The laws of gravity still apply to bullets; they go up and eventually and unpredictably come down. Jaskolka recalled walking in... Read More
Fireworks New Years Eve, Eagles Saints Playoff Tix and Temps, Winter Storm 2014
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/31/13 1:06 pm | updated: 12/31/13 1:06 pm
If you like fireworks, you have two opportunities to ring in the new year with a colorful blast at Penn's Landing over the Delaware River. The first show is at 6 pm tonight. Then they re-load and do it again at midnight. The displays will take place just south of the Ben Franklin Bridge and will be visible for miles anywhere along the banks of the Delaware.

The Eagles are preparing for a home playoff game against the New Orleans Saints Saturday night at the Linc. Game time... Read More

Christmas Tree Recycling, Ogontz Shooting, Arapahoe High School Leads Mummers Parade
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 12/31/13 2:40 am | updated: 12/31/13 2:40 am
Philadelphia residents can start dropping off their Christmas trees for recycling on Monday, January 6th. The Streets Department says the program will run for two weeks through Saturday, Jan. 18. Residents may drop off their trees for recycling at any of the following Streets Department Sanitation Convenience Centers Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.:
• 3033 South 63rd Street
• Domino Lane and Umbria Street
• State Road and Ashburner... Read More
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