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Councilwomen Reynolds-Brown Backs $2000 ATV Fines; Open Air Philly Begins Tonight
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/20/12 4:35 pm | updated: 09/20/12 4:35 pm
 
The City of Philadelphia is looking for ways to curb the illegal use of ATV's and dirtbikes on city streets and parks. The rampant and dangerous use of these vehicles has only been growing and controlling them has become an issue since current state laws only impose minimal fines and seizures usually find their was back into the offenders' hands. City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown is backing a Nutter administration plan that would drastically increase the fines to $2,000 or forfeiture... Read More

 
 
Two Teens Shot on Septa Subway; All Made in America City Costs Paid by Live Nation
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/19/12 5:56 pm | updated: 09/19/12 5:56 pm
 
Two teens were shot this afternoon aboard the Broad Street SEPTA subway at the Susquehanna–Dauphin station in North Philadelphia when a fight broke out between high schoolers riding the train after school. The two teens hit were 14 and 17 years old years old and shot in the leg and the arm respectively. They were taken to Temple University Hospital and are expected to recover. One suspect has been taken into custody and another is being sought.

Mayor Nutter announced today that... Read More
 
 
PA Supreme Courts orders Commonwealth Court to reassess Voter ID Law
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/18/12 5:39 pm | updated: 09/18/12 5:39 pm
 
The PA Supreme Court has sent back the Voter ID appeal to the lower Commonwealth Court to assess the current availability of alternative forms of identifications. These forms include the easier obtain Department of State ID available at PennDOT centers. When the law was first passed it called for more a stringent ID to be used at the polls like a PennDOT ID that requires a proof of identification like birth certificates and social security cards that older residents cannot recover from their... Read More
 
 
Soundgarden Annouce New Album, "King Animal", First in 16 Years
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/12 10:19 pm | updated: 09/17/12 10:20 pm
 
Seattle's Soundgarden have announced they will be releasing their first full album of new material in 16 years on November 13th. The album is called King Animal and features 13 tracks co-produced with Adam Kasper. Kasper's done work with Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam and Queens of the Stone Age in the past.




King Animal track list:
1. "Been Away Too Long"
2. "Non-State Actor"
3. "By Crooked Steps"
4. "A Thousand Days... Read More

 
 
No Late Night Curfew For Camden, No Clemency For Terrence Williams, Heavy Rain on the Way
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/12 9:30 pm | updated: 09/17/12 9:32 pm
 
A late-night business curfew will not go into effect tonight in Camden. A judge passed an injunction this morning prohibiting police from enforcing the ordinance that was passed by Camden City Council last city. It would require any business within 200 feet of a residential neighborhood to close by 11pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends. Restaurants that serve alcohol and gas stations are exempt, but not take-out and mini-marts would not. The law is intended to control crime. The goal would... Read More

 
 
Lukoil stations in PA and NJ raise prices in protest; Joe Frazier to receive statue in South Philly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/12/12 7:12 pm | updated: 09/12/12 7:12 pm
 
More than 50 Lukoil gas stations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania raised the prices of gas to more that $8 a gallon today in a protest over unfair distributor pricing practices. The station owners are at odds with Lukoil North America. The protest is to raise consumer awareness about the challenges that Lukoil owners face in competing with other stations. Franchisees have to pay more for fuel than their competitors, with others selling gas for less than they pay from the distributor.
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Parking Ticket Fines, 9/11 Memorial under Chestnut St Bridge.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/11/12 8:27 pm | updated: 09/11/12 8:27 pm
 
Mayor Nutter says he will veto legislation passed by City Council that would have raised parking ticket fines by $4 each to fund the Parks and Recreation budget. In a letter to Council, Nutter said the legislation violates state law and the City Charter, which say Council lacks the authority to say how such fines can be distributed.

A 9/11 memorial was unveiled this today along the banks of the Schuylkill River, underneath the Chestnut Street Bridge. It pays tribute to all the... Read More
 
 
City Council Workers charged w/ DUI; Trenton Mayor Tony Mack Arrested; Blogger Joshua Albert Charged
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/10/12 11:24 pm | updated: 09/10/12 11:24 pm
 
The Philadelphia District Attorney's office has charged blogger Joshua Scott Albert with three counts each of criminal solicitation to commit murder, terroristic threats and harassment. Each count is for a Facebook page he created that either called for the murder of a top law enforcement official or supported alleged cop killers. He created two pages that called for the murder of DA Seth Williams and Police Union president John McNesby. The third page garnered the most attention and was called... Read More
 
 
City Employees Arrested for DUI in City Vehicles; Pizza Brain Museum Opens; Severe Weather Tonight
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/08/12 6:50 pm | updated: 09/08/12 6:50 pm
 
Two city employees are under arrest on alleged DUI charges after an early morning crash Saturday involving city owned vehicles. The employees are Robin Jones, an aide to Darrell Clarke the President of the City Council, and Sergeant-at-arms Rodney Williams. Jones lost control of her city-owned vehicle and crashed into a wall at 13th and Hamilton around 3 am. She called Williams who came to the scene in his city-owned vehicle. Williams argued with police when they said Jones was driving with a... Read More

 
 
St. Joes Buys Cardinal's Mansion; PHL Hoax over Facebook Pic; DeGennaro Trial Delayed to Feb '13
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/07/12 6:17 pm | updated: 09/07/12 6:17 pm
 
St. Joseph University has purchased the Cardinal's mansion from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for $10 million. The residence has been the home for Philadelphia archbishops since it was purchased in the 1930's by Dennis Cardinal Dougherty for $115,000. The 13,000 sq-ft house has 16 rooms, a gardener's cottage, 6 car garage, and sits on 8.9 acres along City Ave. Archbishop Charles Chaput announced he'd sell the large house last January and will live in an apartment at St. Charles Seminary. He... Read More

 
 
 
 
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