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Justin Timberlake Jay-Z Tour Includes Philadelphia, Charges in Dog Shooting, Most Miserable Cities
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/22/13 8:54 pm | updated: 02/22/13 8:54 pm
 
Justin Timberlake will do a live concert in Philadelphia in August. Timberlake along with Jay-Z will play Citizen’s Bank Park on August 13 as part of a tour that starts in Toronto in July and ends in Miami August 16th. Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will play Hershey August 4th. The August 13th date is the second to last date on the tour.

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White Crowned 2013 Record Store Day Ambassador; Blues Guitarist Passes Away; Show Shutdown In Philly
 
  by: SteveKane - Broomall, PA
started: 02/22/13 4:41 pm | updated: 02/22/13 4:43 pm
 
Jack White has been crowned Record Store Day 2013 Ambassador, handed the vinyl-crafted torch by last year's ambassador, Iggy Pop. Record Store Day is one day out of the year dedicated to local independent music and record stores. In celebration, participating record stores throughout the country release limited edition albums, give away prizes, and embrace the special format of vinyl. Bands and artists make albums specifically... Read More

 
 
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Dogs Shot by Neighbor, Protesters Disrupt School Meeting, Facebook Privacy for Job Seekers
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/22/13 11:47 am | updated: 02/22/13 11:47 am
 
Two family dogs have been shot and killed by a neighbor in Chester Springs. The Bernese mountain dogs, Argus and Fiona owned by the Bock family, got out of their fenced yard when a tree fell on a portion of the fence. The dogs ended up in the yard of neighbor, Gabriel Pilotti who has a pen of sheep. Pilotti grabbed his shotgun and killed the dogs with two shots. The DA is investigating.

Protesters demanded a moratorium on closure of Philadelphia schools. At a School Reform... Read More

 
 
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SRC Hearings Continue, Wilmington Arsenal Heroin Couple Arrested, Smithfield Sausage Recall
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 02/22/13 9:15 am | updated: 02/22/13 9:15 am
 
Public hearings resume today, on the plan to permanently close 29 Philadelphia public schools. Emotions ran high at the School Reform Commission last night. Chanting "Save our Schools" and "Moratorium," a few dozen opponents to the school closing plan marched into the School Reform Commission meeting, carrying pictures of Governor Corbett and Mayor Nutter. The five-member School Reform Commission will hear more testimony today and tomorrow, before voting March 7th.

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Villanova Student Taped Women in Bathroom; Amber Rose/Wiz Khalifa Baby; PSPCA $5000 Pitbull Reward
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/22/13 2:45 am | updated: 02/22/13 3:17 am
 
A Villanova sophomore, 19-year-old Tyler Jones, has admitted to taking and uploading videos of three separate females undressing in a bathroom. The videos were all taken in the same bathroom from Jones' family home in Switzerland in 2012 and 2011. One of the women was 17 at the time and thus underage. The videos were uploaded to a pornographic site call xHamster from Jones' Villanova University dorm room in Radnor Township. Radnor Township Police detective T.J. Schreiber began the... Read More

 
 
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School Official Steals Gas, Supreme Court Justice Melvin Guilty, Caln Truck Crash Teens Hospitalized
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/21/13 8:50 pm | updated: 02/21/13 8:50 pm
 
A former Tredyffrin Easttown School District transportation supervisor has been arrested for allegedly using district money to purchase gasoline for personal vehicles. MyFoxPhilly is reporting Toni Amerman Pulcini used gas cards to buy $8,000 worth of gas for personal vehicles. Pulcini was charged with 151 counts of access device fraud.

Guilty. That’s the word on suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin who was convicted today of 6 out of 7 campaign... Read More
 
 
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Facebook Lockout, NJ Faces Pentagon Cuts, City Worker Impersonator Sought
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 02/21/13 9:26 am | updated: 02/21/13 3:19 pm
 
Some Facebook Users are saying they're mysteriously getting locked out of their own accounts, and are asked to provide a government issued photo ID. The site sometimes suspects certain accounts are violating Facebook's terms and conditions for things like the user being younger than 13 years old, bullying, posting inappropriate content and copyright violations. As for requiring photo ID, Facebook says they delete the data following verification. Facebook can’t explain why there’s been a... Read More
 
 
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OC Replenishment, Philadelphia 2024 Olympic Bid, Kane Warns of Drug Cartel and Child Predators
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/21/13 11:31 am | updated: 02/21/13 11:31 am
 
Beaches on the north end of Ocean City are getting replenished. Meanwhile, no new sand is being pumped onto the beach at the south end. The replenishment project had been planned prior to Superstorm Sandy, however homeowners on the south end are concerned that funds from the government may not arrive in time to bring their beaches back in time for summer.

Philadelphia has been invited to bid on the 2024 Olympic Games. Philadelphia was one of 35 U.S. cities to get a letter from... Read More

 
 
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NCAA sues PA Gov Corbett; Philly Summer Olympics 2024; Bensalem Gun Buyback; Coatesville Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/21/13 3:28 am | updated: 02/21/13 3:28 am
 
The NCAA has sued in federal court just a few hours after Gov. Tom Corbett signed legislation into law today that is designed to keep the $60 million fine levied against Penn State following the Sandusky scandal inside the state of Pennsylvania. The law is called the Pennsylvania Institution of Higher Education Monetary Penalty Endowment Act. The defendents in the suit include Corbett and three state officials involved in handling or monitoring the money: the auditor general, treasurer... Read More
 
 
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Sketch of Fake City Employee, Murder Charges Filed in West Chester Murder, Hammer Assault at UDHS
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/20/13 8:34 pm | updated: 02/20/13 8:34 pm
 
Philadelphia and State Police have released a sketch of a man suspected of stealing a safe with thousands of dollars' worth of property and an urn of ashes inside. The man posed as a city employee to gain access to a house on the 9500 block of Walley Road. Inside the safe was a coin collection, the deed to the house and the homeowner's deceased wife's ashes.

Charges have been filed against five Delaware County men in the murder of a West Chester man. Twenty four year old Jamal... Read More

 
 
 
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