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Actor James Gandolfini, aka Tony Soprano, passes away at age 51
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/19/13 10:13 pm | updated: 06/19/13 10:13 pm
Actor James Gandolfini, who is best known for his role as Tony Soprano, the mob boss on the hit HBO show "The Sopranos," has passed away today while in Rome. Gandolfini portrayed Soprano for the entire run of the show from 1999-2007 and won three Emmy Awards.

He died of an apparent heart attack while on holiday in Rome. He was set to appear at the Taormina Film Fest in Sicily this week

Gandolfini was born September 18, 1961, in Westwood, New Jersey. He attended... Read More

Franklin Institute Community Night-iRadioPhilly Wristband Ticket Winners
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/19/13 9:00 pm | updated: 06/19/13 9:00 pm
iRadioPhilly is celebrating Concert Season with FREE concert 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 Franklin Institute Community Night Wednesday June... Read More

Philadelphia Traffic Court History, Trenton Man Guilty of Teen Threat, Third Thursday Live and Local
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/19/13 3:10 pm | updated: 06/19/13 3:10 pm
Philadelphia Traffic Court, long viewed as a swamp of political corruption is now history. Governor Tom Corbett today signed legislation that transfers Philadelphia Traffic Court's duties to Municipal Court. The bill signed into law eliminates Traffic Court for practical purposes. The state constitution will have to be amended to formally eliminate it, and that cannot happen until 2015 at the earliest.

A man accused of abducting his 15-year-old former girlfriend off a Trenton... Read More
Hearings on L and I Protocol, Salem County Shootout and Manhunt, $100 Million School Funding
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/19/13 8:34 am | updated: 06/19/13 8:34 am
A special investigative committee is holding hearings today at City Hall. There are unanswered questions about demolition protocols and procedures related to the deadly collapse in center city. Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison and Department of Licenses and Inspections Commissioner Carlton Williams will testify today.

Police were involved in a shootout early this morning in Salem County New Jersey near the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Two men exchanged gunfire with police along the... Read More
Clementon Rite Aid Shoplifters, Bucks County Power Outage, Rolling Stones Set List June 18, 2013
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/18/13 11:45 pm | updated: 06/18/13 11:45 pm
Police say two shoplifters made off with $600 worth of prescription drugs by concealing the items down the front of their pants at a pharmacy in New Jersey. The incident happened at the Rite Aid Pharmacy located on Blackwood Clementon Road in Clementon on Sunday. Authorities say the same two suspects are wanted in connection with an unsolved shoplifting at the same store in December 2012. The first suspect is described as a thin, white male, approximately 20 to 25-years-old, with... Read More
NJ Coyote Sightings, Philadelphia Cigarette Tax, New SPCA HUP Program
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/18/13 5:41 pm | updated: 06/18/13 5:41 pm
New Jersey health officials are advising residents of coyote sightings in Monmouth County. The Monmouth County Regional Health Commission says the sightings have occurred in the central coastal areas of the county. The sightings have not been localized within any specific neighborhood. The commission says coyotes are naturally wary of humans, but their behavior changes if given access to human food and garbage.

Philadelphia City Council leaders say they expect to provide more... Read More
Woman from Atlantic City is sentenced to prison after collecting FEMA money after natural disaster
  by: liaferrante - Wildwood Crest, NJ
started: 06/18/13 4:01 pm | updated: 06/18/13 4:01 pm
Debbie Hicks, a woman from Atlantic City, NJ was sentenced to 27 months in prison after being found guilty for stealing benefits from FEMA after the 2013 noreaster.

She received federal assistance because of her apartment being damaged after the 2010 noreaster. A FEMA inspector checked out her apartment and declares that her unit was uninhabitable.

In addition to the money she was receiving for the rent for her apartment from the Atlantic County Department of... Read More
Shooting in Fairhill, Union Members Hunger Strike, Collapse Victim Loses Legs
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/18/13 7:29 am | updated: 06/18/13 7:29 am
A man was shot and killed this morning in the Fairhill section of Philadelphia. Apparently the man was walking to work about 5 am on the 2800 block of Lawrence Street. Chief Inspector Scott Small says at least eight shots were fired from close range from a semi-automatic handgun. Police are questioning witnesses and reviewing surveillance camera video to lead them to the shooter.

Four union members started a hunger strike yesterday in front of Governor Corbett’s Philadelphia... Read More
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson to perform Thick as a Brick 1 and 2 at Kimmel Center in July
  by: Brandon - Havertown, PA
started: 06/17/13 10:59 pm | updated: 06/17/13 10:59 pm
Fresh off of his first new album in a decade, rock legend Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull will be stopping by Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center on July 17th to perform his concept album duo, Thick as a Brick and Thick as a Brick 2. Just released by Anderson last year, Thick as a Brick 2 is a follow up to the famous original 1972 concept album, a favorite of Tull fans and number one in the charts following its release.

Formed in 1967, British rock band Jethro Tull climbed into the... Read More

The Crossing Choir Backs Rolling Stones, Eastwick Avenue Stabbing, NJ Illegal Alien Tuition Bill
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/17/13 10:23 pm | updated: 06/17/13 10:23 pm
As the Rolling Stones get set for the first of two shows here in Philadelphia Tuesday night, a local choir was rehearsing for their big part in the production. All 24 members of The Crossing were practicing Monday night, You can't always get what you want. The choir sounds great, even though they do very beautiful, but very complex - what they would call post-modern contemporary music

Police are investigating after a 40-year-old man was found stabbed multiple times Monday... Read More
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