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Perfect Forecast for Narberth Music Fest
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/24/12 12:09 am | updated: 06/24/12 12:09 am
iRadioPhilly will be on hand Sunday for the Narberth Summer Music and Arts Festival. The weather forecast looks perfect for a day of FREE music on the the street in Narberth.

Fesitival coordinator, Teresa Decker sat down with me for a Corner Table Interview to talk about the Music and Arts Festival. Tune in Sunday morning at 10 am to any of iRadioPhilly's 19 stations to hear the complete Corner Table Interview with Teresa Decker.

Come to Narberth Sunday... Read More

Two Finalists Announced for Philadelphia School District Superintendent; SEPTA Assault Arrest video
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/23/12 8:34 pm | updated: 06/23/12 8:45 pm
Two finalists have been announced for the Philadelphia School District superintendent position. About 100 candidates either applied or were nominated for the position, 4 of which were from Philadelphia. The search committee narrowed that pool down to the final two candidates who will officially be presented to the public next week.

Pedro Martinez is deputy superintendent in Clark County, NV. Clark County educates 308,000 students and is one of the nation's largest; it includes... Read More

Friday's Phillies vs. Tampa game postponed and rescheduled for Sunday at 6:35pm
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/23/12 5:58 pm | updated: 06/23/12 5:58 pm
Last night's thunderstorms and heavy rains delayed the start of the Phillies' interleague series opener with the Tampa Bay Rays. After about an hour initial delay ground crew pulled the tarp and the teams and crowd started to make their way back into the stadium anticipating an 8:45 start. However, when they were just about ready the rains picked up again and the tarp came back out.

The game was finally called for good at 9:53 pm.

Friday's game has been... Read More

Jerry Sandusky found guilty on 45 of 48 charges.
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/23/12 2:15 am | updated: 06/23/12 2:15 am
Jerry Sandusky, 68, charged with 48 counts of sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15 year period was found guilty on 45 of 48 charges. Initially 52, 4 were thrown out during the course of the trial which started last Monday.

Lead Defense attorney Joe Amendola told reporters earlier today that he'd "probably die of a heart attack” if Sandusky beat all of the charges. “With 52 charges, do you know what the odds are of walking on all 48 or 52 charges? Very slim,” Amendola said.... Read More

Philadelphia Police Officer Jonathan Garcia Held For Trial, No Bail
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/23/12 1:05 am | updated: 06/23/12 1:05 am
Jonathan Garcia, a Philadelphia Police Officer from the South Philly 17th District, faced a federal magistrate today for a bond hearing. The magistrate ordered that Garcia must remain in federal custody pending trial.

Garcia is currently charged with selling heroin to a FBI confidential informant on 6 different occasion over the past 6 weeks. He is also charged with using his police issue handgun in committing those drug transactions. He has already plead not guilty to those... Read More

Teresa Decker, Narberth Music and Arts Festival Corner Table Interview
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/22/12 6:59 pm | updated: 06/22/12 6:59 pm
I had the pleasure of sitting down for a Corner Table Interview with Teresa Decker, the coordinator of the Narberth Summer Music and Arts Festival. At McShea’s in Narberth she filled me in on the FREE outdoor festival planned for Sunday, June 24th, 2012 from 2 pm to 7 pm.

Teresa has staged several music festivals with the cooperation of the borough and Narberth Business Association. And they keep growing! The FREE festival on Sunday will feature three bands on an outdoor... Read More

Jury delivers mixed verdict for both Rev James Brennan and Monsignor William Lynn
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/22/12 6:33 pm | updated: 06/22/12 6:33 pm
The jury in the landmark clergy sex-abuse case has delivered their verdict on the 13th day of deliberations. They have stated they are hung on the two charges against Rev James Brennan for child endangerment and attempted rape and unable to deliver a verdict.

Monsignor William Lynn was found guilty on one charge of endangering the welfare of a minor. He was found not guilty of the other two charges, another one of endangering the welfare and the charge of conspiracy. He was... Read More
Archdiocese Cuts Catholic Standard and More Jobs, Sandusky's Son Allegations, Heat Damaged Roads
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/22/12 1:21 pm | updated: 06/22/12 1:21 pm
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia will end publication of the Catholic Standard and Times and suspend Phaith Magazine. These and more cuts are an effort to reduce a projected deficit exceeding $17 million. The Archdiocesan Pastoral Center will reduce staff by 45 positions, consolidating 19 offices. There will also be no raises for the remaining staff next year.

Official Archdiocese ReleaseRead More

Roxborough Woman Dead With Rope In Her Throat, Philadelphia School Funding Reduced, Camden Water
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/22/12 11:53 am | updated: 06/22/12 11:53 am
A Roxborough woman is behind bars on charges she murdered a neighbor by stuffing a piece of rope down her throat. Philadelphia police say 49-year-old Geraldine Cherry is jailed on charges of killing 70-year-old Kathleen McEwan, who police say was in the care of Resources for Human Development. The piece of cotton rope was discovered after McEwan’s body was taken to John J. Breyers funeral home in Willow Grove to be prepared for burial.

Despite pleas from Mayor Nutter, City... Read More
Philadelphia Police Officer Jonathan Garcia Arrested on Drug Charges, Could Face More.
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/22/12 1:43 am | updated: 06/22/12 1:43 am
Yesterday, 23-year-old Philadelphia police officer Jonathan Garcia was charged with selling heroin to a confidential informant working for the FBI. Garcia, a three year vet stationed at the 17th District in South Philly, was charged with four counts of distribution of heroin and two counts of carrying a firearm during drug trafficking. In two separate incidents Garcia sold or attempted to sell a couple of bundles of heroin to or through the CI. He has plead not-guilty to those charges and has... Read More

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