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Villanova to Require Vaccines Next Fall; Philly Releases 2020 Overdose Data; 3rd Arrest in NJ Party
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/04/21 12:31 am | updated: 06/04/21 12:31 am
 
Villanova University will require all students, faculty, and staff to be fully vaccinated for coronavirus COVID-19 before returning to school for the fall semester. Villanova University President Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, sent a letter to the school community on Thursday, 6/3, saying that everyone should have had their shots by August 1. "As we look ahead to the fall semester, there is a new, more effective tool at our disposal. With the arrival of vaccines, health officials are... Read More

 
 
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Gunman Found Dead After Wilmington Standoff; Missing Amber Nichols + Baby; Woman Dies After Arson LW
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/03/21 5:03 pm | updated: 06/03/21 5:08 pm
 
The shelter-in-place order has been lifted after an hours-long standoff situation in Wilmington, DE, overnight. The gunman, 31-year-old Bernard Goodwyn of Smyrna, was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on Thursday morning. It started around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, 6/3, when officers responded to a call for service near 25th and Market Streets. Goodwyn opened fire on the officers as they entered the apartment building. Three police officers were shot and taken to a... Read More

 
 
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Fmr Nursing Home Manager Pleads No Contest; Wilmington Police Officers Shot; Man Beaten w/ Bat
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/03/21 12:10 am | updated: 06/03/21 12:10 am
 
The former manager of a Delaware County nursing home pled no contest to endangering the lives of three residents who died from health complications suffered because of inadequate staffing levels. 40-year-old Chaim "Charlie" Steg of Lakewood, NJ was charged with misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment. Steg was the regional operations director for St. Francis Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Darby. The Pennsylvania Attorney General's office was called in to investigate in... Read More

 
 
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Wawa Welcome America Returns for 2021! June 19-July 4, Bebe Rexha and Flo Rida Headline The Mann 7/4
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/02/21 4:24 pm | updated: 06/02/21 4:24 pm
 
Wawa Welcome America is returning for 2021 and this year it has expanded a week for a total of 16 days. It will be held from June 19 to July 4 and includes arts, culture, history, and performances throughout the city. Last year's festival was held virtually due to the pandemic. This year's theme is Freedom to Liberty. It will kick off with a Juneteenth celebration at the African American Museum. "Broad + Market: A Festival Experience" will feature daily activities and performances in Center... Read More

 
 
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Man Shot East Germantown; Council $100 Million Violence Plan; Norristown Arrest; SWAT Search Suspect
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/02/21 12:59 am | updated: 06/02/21 12:59 am
 
A man was shot and killed and another man was injured in a double shooting at store in East Germantown on Tuesday night, 6/1. It happened around 10 p.m. on the 1200 block of East Chelten Avenue. The 23-year-old victim was walking into the store when the gunman walked up behind him and fired multiple times. He was struck in the back of the head, back, and chest. The man collapsed on the front stairs of the store. "Clearly appears to be an execution type homicide," said Chief Inspector... Read More

 
 
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NJ Police Required to Wear Body Cam; Bear Sightings in Bucks Co; Joel Embiid Doubtful for Game 5
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/01/21 11:58 pm | updated: 06/01/21 11:58 pm
 
Starting Tuesday, June 1, all NJ police officers must wear body cameras while on patrol. Governor Phil Murphy was in Camden, NJ, with other state and local officials to mark the day. "We are witnessing a new chapter in policing in New Jersey with the reforms we are implementing in partnership with law enforcement and community leaders. And, with the body cameras we are funding, we will literally have an objective witness to how police carry out their duties," Murphy said. Attorney... Read More

 
 
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Pennsylvania Lifts All COVID-19 Mitigation Orders on Monday, May 31
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/31/21 11:04 pm | updated: 05/31/21 11:04 pm
 
Pennsylvania has now lifted all coronavirus COVID-19 related mitigation restrictions. That includes capacity limits on both indoor and outdoor gatherings, restaurants, businesses, entertainment venues, religious gatherings, etc. Vaccinated people do not have to wear masks unless using public transit or entering a business or public place that specifically requires one. The mask mandate for all will be lifted on June 28 unless the state vaccination rate reach 70% before that date. Philadelphia... Read More
 
 
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Philly Dropping COVID-19 Restrictions June 2; NJ Lifts Mask Mandate; Building Unstable After Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/28/21 11:51 pm | updated: 05/28/21 11:51 pm
 
Philadelphia officials announced on Friday, 5/28, that they are moving up the date to lift the 'Safer-at-Home' COVID-19 restrictions to Wednesday, June 2. It was previously June 11. Starting next Wednesday, there will no longer be any density limits, maximum capacity limits, or social distancing rules for anyone. The city says that it will keep the indoor mask mandate and 11 p.m. dining curfew in place until June 11. Officials say that the percent positive rate has fallen below 3% and... Read More

 
 
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Bill Cosby's Request for Parole Denied; Gymnastics Coach Arrested Child Porn; West Chester Rapist
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/28/21 12:54 am | updated: 05/28/21 12:54 am
 
The Pennsylvania Parole Board ruled earlier this month that Bill Cosby's request for parole has been denied. The decision was made on May 11, but just released to the public on Thursday, 5/27. The board cited three reasons for denying Cosby early released. 1) Failure to participate in and complete a treatment program for convicted sex offenders 2) Negative recommendation from the state Department of Corrections 3) Failure to develop a parole release plan. Cosby's spokesperson, Andrew... Read More

 
 
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Fire Engine Crashes into Building; PA Drops Mask Mandate June 28; Man Charged in Infant Death
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/27/21 11:56 pm | updated: 05/27/21 11:56 pm
 
Four firefighters and one civilian were injured when a fire engine crashed through a building in North Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon, 5/27. It happened around 4 p.m. at the intersection of 7th and Girard. Engine 29 was responding to a call for a house fire at Front and Dauphin Streets with lights and sirens on. A car darted across the intersection and the truck swerved to avoid the collision, instead hitting a black SUV. It then hopped the median and plowed straight through the... Read More

 
 
 
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