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Lil Wayne Suffers Seizures; Ex-Inspector Castro Resentenced; Corbett Plans to Rework Lottery Deal
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/16/13 2:51 am | updated: 03/29/13 4:22 pm
 
Lil' Wayne, aka Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., has been hospitalized in Los Angeles after having seizures. The 30-year-old rapper is at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. The reports coming from various sources were somewhat conflicted. TMZ was reporting that he was in the ICU in critical condition. While Wayne's own Read More

 
 
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Phillies Back in Philly, Chink's Steaks Renames, LaSalle Loses Game Earns Respect
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/29/13 12:12 pm | updated: 03/29/13 12:12 pm
 

The Phillies are back in Philadelphia. After a Spring in Clearwater that showed the team has more pop at the plate and some questions on the mound, the Phillies are ready to play their final exhibition games at home, then get the season started. Tickets are available for tonight's game at Citizen's Bank Park against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Chink's Steaks is changing its name. The northeast Philly steak joint, named for its original owner, Sam "Chink" Sherman, will... Read More
 
 
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Rescue from SEPTA Tracks, Philly Schools Need More Money, Sisters Claim They Helped Assault Victim
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/29/13 9:54 am | updated: 03/29/13 9:54 am
 
A man fell onto the tracks of a subway line in Philadelphia when the 63 year old inadvertently wandered off the platform at the Cecil B. Moore stop. Thanks to the bravery of Christopher Knafelc who saw it happen, the man is alive today. Knafelc notified SEPTA to stop the trains then jumped onto the tracks to administer CPR.

The cash strapped Philadelphia school system is requesting millions from the city and the state. In an effort to balance the budget, the district has... Read More
 
 
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Fallen Officer's Baby Brad Fox Jr Arrives, Philly Arts Fest PIFA, Gosnell Abortion Trial Week 2 End
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/28/13 9:04 pm | updated: 03/28/13 9:04 pm
 
The family of fallen Plymouth Township police officer, Brad Fox, welcomed new baby, Brad Fox Jr. (pictured) to the world this week. Officer Fox was killed in September after a hit-and-run that killed him and injured his K-9 partner. Fox served two tours in Iraq and 7 years as a police officer. His wife Linsay and Brad Jr. are resting comfortably.

The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts kicked off and runs through April 27th at various locations around the city. ... Read More

 
 
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Philly's Own Singer/Songwriter Kurt Vile Honored With Parade This Weekend
 
  by: SteveKane - Broomall, PA
started: 03/28/13 6:52 pm | updated: 03/28/13 6:52 pm
 
In addition to the nonconventional routes of campaigning for his upcoming album, Wakin' On A Pretty Daze, Philadelphia's own singer/songwriter Kurt Vile will be honored with a parade this Saturday, March 30th. Word on location is still to be determined, RSVP at kurtvileparade@gmail.com for more information that will be released this Friday. Announced on Read More

 
 
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Members of violent drug trafficking street gang arrested in Atlantic City
 
  by: liaferrante - Wildwood Crest, NJ
started: 03/28/13 3:35 pm | updated: 03/28/13 3:35 pm
 
Atlantic City's most violent drug traffickers are now behind bars. The arrests consisted of over two-dozen men and women. This gang, known as the "Dirty Block", is a threat to the Atlantic City community by selling illegal drugs such as heroin. They created violence by eliminating their rivals to preserve their market.

The founders and leaders of the gang, Mykal and Malik Derry, are recently behind bars because of the murder of Tyquinn James. James was an enemy to the brothers by... Read More
 
 
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Area Universities give back to their communities
 
  by: liaferrante - Wildwood Crest, NJ
started: 03/28/13 3:16 pm | updated: 03/28/13 3:16 pm
 
Millersville University has been honored with the recognition of receiving the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Award for the third time in a row! They have shown a great interest in serving their community and their educational values since 2006 when the award was first administered.

Arcadia University has put their separate spring break plans aside and decided to give back to their community. They spent their week volunteering at, Home Cook Heroes. These... Read More
 
 
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Zip Line in Roxborough, Burglaries in Lower Merion, Right to Die Bill in New Jersey
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/28/13 11:26 am | updated: 03/28/13 11:26 am
 
A plan to build a zip line in Wissahickon Valley Park has local residents concerned. The Fairmount Park Commission and the parks and recreation department have done their studies, however residents see potential problems with vandalism and excessive traffic.

Lower Merion Police have issued an alert to residents after 10 burglaries in the last week. In separate incidents, one house on Periwinkle Lane was hit for about $49,000 in valuables including expensive watches. In... Read More
 
 
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East Falls Accident, Burlington County Man Faces Infant Death Charges, NJ Weapon Photo Investigation
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 03/28/13 2:34 am | updated: 03/28/13 2:34 am
 
Police say a woman is in extremely critical condition after an accident Wednesday night in East Falls. The accident happened at Lincoln Drive and Forbidden Drive around 6:15 p.m when her car crossed over into the northbound lanes where it was hit by another vehicle. The victim reportedly suffered multiple internal injuries. She was taken To Temple University Hospital.

A Burlington County man is free on bail, after being charged with last month’s murder of a toddler entrusted to... Read More
 
 
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NJ Man Charged in Toddler's Death, Eight Arrested in Cape May Sex Assault, Main Line Burglaries
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/27/13 9:09 pm | updated: 03/27/13 9:09 pm
 
A Burlington County man has been charged with murder in the death of a 1 year old. Twenty nine year old Steven Donaldson was babysitting the child at his girlfriend's Cinnaminson home while she was at work. Donaldson called 911 to report the child had stopped breathing. An autopsy revealed she died from blunt force trauma to the head.

Seven juveniles and one 18 year old adult have been arrested and charged with sexual assault in Cape May. The Cape May County Prosecutor’s... Read More
 
 
 
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