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Neshaminy School Teachers On Strike
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/09/12 6:45 am | updated: 01/09/12 6:45 am
More than 600 teachers in the Neshaminy School District walked off the job Monday.

The teachers have been working without a contract since 2008 and say they haven't received a pay increases since the last contract expired.
They currently pay nothing toward their health insurance premiums.

The union says it has offered concessions worth millions of dollars and says the board has failed to negotiate in good faith.

The board counters that... Read More
Penn State Town Hall Meeting Comes To King Of Prussia
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/09/12 6:44 am | updated: 01/09/12 6:44 am
The Penn State Alumni Association is sponsoring a series of meetings for school president, Rodney Erickson to discuss the Jerry Sandusky abuse scandal and its aftermath.

Thursday, over 600 people have registered to meet at the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge, where Erickson is attempting to fix the school’s public image and will try to ease concerns over cover-up allegations and the firing of long-time head coach Joe Paterno, among other issues.

Registration for... Read More
Archdiocese of Philadelphia to Close 4 High Schools and 44 Grade Schools
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/06/12 11:13 am | updated: 01/06/12 11:13 am
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced today the recommendations from it's year long blue ribbon commission and it's intent to close 4 high schools and close/merge around 40 elementary schools. The high schools will close outright, while the affected grade schools will be merged with other schools to create larger regional schools.

Declining enrollments, rising tuitions, and family's moving to outer suburbs have played a factor in reevaluating how the Archdiocese handles... Read More
Philadelphia 76ers Get to Come Home for Awhile
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/06/12 10:40 am | updated: 01/06/12 10:40 am
The 76ers started this abbreviated season away from home. And after five games, a 3 and 2 record and 11 days on the road, they'll be playing hoops close to home for awhile.

After the Friday night home opener against the Detroit Pistons, the 76ers won't have to venture far from the Wells Fargo Center for more than two weeks.

The Sixers play four straight games at home as well as eight of the next 10 and 18 of the next 22 games in Philadelphia. Included in the... Read More
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Expected to Announce Major School Closings
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/06/12 6:51 am | updated: 01/06/12 9:32 am
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has taken the recommendations of it's 16-member blue-ribbon commission's year long review into the region's Catholic education into closed meetings this morning. They are to decide on the fate of the 156 elementary schools, 17 high schools, and 4 special eduction schools. The expectation is that as many as 40 elementary schools and 4 high schools could be closed this year.

Declining enrollments, rising tuitions, and family's moving to outer suburbs... Read More
New Jersey Internet Gambling Still Waiting
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/05/12 7:22 am | updated: 01/06/12 6:46 am
Plans were to fast track internet gambling in New Jersey through Senate and Assembly Committes today and have it on Governor Chris Christie's desk by Monday.

Instead, sponsors will reintroduce the plan next week when a new legislature is seated.

The idea is to allow personal online accounts with Atlantic City casinos for New Jersey residents only and they must be within the state while gambling.

And word is it may require a voter... Read More
16 Philadelphia Genaurdi's Supermarkets Sold
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/05/12 10:13 am | updated: 01/05/12 10:13 am
Giant Foods announced it will pay $106 million for 16 Genuardi's stores in the Philadelphia market. Three other Genuardi's stores will be closed and eight Genuardi's locations are still for sale, parent Safeway Inc. said separately, and the Genuardi's name is apparently on its way out.

The Philadelphia Business Journal reports that the 16 stores being acquired by Giant will bear the Giant name. The deal is expected to close by midyear. With the 16 stores, Giant will have 56... Read More
CD and Album Sales Increase - A First Since 2004
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/05/12 7:24 am | updated: 01/05/12 7:24 am
2011 saw U.S. album sales post an increase for the first time since 2004 according to the Associated Press. Maybe this is an indicator of how the market will react to CD's that contain more than one good song.

U.S. album sales rose more than 3 percent last year for the first gain since 2004 -- a sign that rising digital sales are finally stemming the decade-long decline of compact discs.

The uptick to 458 million album sales was helped by the hugely popular... Read More
James Matthews Getting "Out of County" Judge
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/05/12 7:21 am | updated: 01/05/12 7:21 am
CBS 3 reports court officials in Montgomery County are now seeking an "out of county" district court judge to decide whether former county commissioner James Matthews will be held for trial on perjury charges.

The prosecution and the defense say they are both on the same page when it comes to assigning an "out of county" district justice to preside over the preliminary hearing.

Matthews was arrested last month and charged with lying to a grand jury that was... Read More
Honest Services Fraud Retrial? - Christopher Wright
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 01/05/12 7:19 am | updated: 01/05/12 7:19 am
Former Philadelphia City Council staffer Christopher Wright, former chief of staff to the recently retired at-large councilman Jack Kelly, had been convicted in 2009 of what's called "honest services fraud," for helping a developer who was giving him a rent-free apartment.

But last year, the US Supreme Court rejected one component of the honest services fraud law as too vague, and now a federal appeals court has, in turn, thrown out Wright's conviction. Now, he's waiting to see... Read More
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