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Two Runners Collapse and Die at Philadelphia Marathon
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/21/11 5:15 am | updated: 11/21/11 5:15 am
 
Despite nearly perfect running conditions, two runners died during the Philadelphia Marathon on Sunday. A 21-year-old male, collapsed at the finish line and a 40-year-old male collapsed a quarter mile from the finish line. A spokesperson for the University of Pennsylvania confirmed the 21-year-old was senior Jeffrey Lee, a nursing and business major from California who was competing in the half-marathon. Both runners were taken to Hahnemann University Hospital where they were pronounced dead of... Read More
 
 
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Cardinal Bevilacqua to Testify
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/21/11 5:06 am | updated: 11/21/11 5:06 am
 
After months of legal maneuvering, Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua is expected to testify about how the Archdiocese of Philadelphia handled years of child sex-abuse allegations. His deposition will take place over several days in a closed hearing at Bevilacqua's residence beginning November 28th at St Charles Seminary. The Cardinal's lawyers have claimed that Bevilacqua is suffering from dementia and would not be a competent witness. But after review of medical records, Common Pleas Judge... Read More
 
 
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  by: serpentron - thorofare, NJ
started: 11/19/11 12:50 am | updated: 11/19/11 12:50 am
 
not only can you get this free philly oldies,you can have free internet,why pay.i get free internet and i don't even have a router or phone line.when i'm connected i'm usually on the POGO... Read More
 
 
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PHA Auction Draws Over 500 to Bid on 400 Philadelphia Properties
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/17/11 9:07 am | updated: 11/17/11 9:07 am
 
More than 500 investors crowded the ballroom at the Westin Hotel in Center City this week as the Philadelphia Housing Authority held its first auction of houses, lots, and other real estate.

The 400 properties were sold individually and in packages of two to 25.

None of the properties are in move-in condition, said Max Spann Jr. of the Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co., which conducted the auction.

Michael Kelly, executive director of the housing... Read More
 
 
Sports
Flyers Looking for More Wins at Home
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:36 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:36 am
 
The Flyers have been impressive on the road this season posting a 6-0-1 road record, but at home they are only 4-3-2. Currently behind the Penguins in the Atlantic Division, the Flyers need to make more out of the Philadelphia home ice advantage.

That needs to pick up, especially if the Flyers hope to eventually put some distance on rivals in the Atlantic Division. They trail the Penguins by two points in the standings.

“We talked about our home-ice advantage... Read More
 
 
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Papelbon to Join a Lineup in Philadelphia He Loves
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:22 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:22 am
 
The Phillies front office has been busy in the off-season and has landed an experienced closer to replace Ryan Madson. Jonathan Papelbon, the six year closer for the Boston Red Sox will come to Philadelphia in a four year deal worth $50 million. Papelbon reached 200 saves faster than any other pitcher in the majors while in the highly competitive American League East.

In Papelbon, the Phillies have added another good clubhouse guy who should gel with this team. Ultimately... Read More
 
 
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Occupy Philly---Elsewhere
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:06 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:06 am
 
TV’s 6ABC reported Wednesday that U.S. Rep. Bob Brady had brokered a deal for Occupy Philly to relocate across the street from Dilworth Plaza to the plaza at the Municipal Services Building by Monday.

The Center City District announced yesterday afternoon that the Daniel J. Keating Co. had been awarded the construction contract for a $50 million makeover of Dilworth Plaza.

The city then posted an official notice advising Occupy Philly members on the plaza to... Read More
 
 
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Philadelphia Weather Wettest Ever
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:05 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:05 am
 
The National Weather Service announced that 2011 is the wettest year in Philadelphia weather history.

The precipitation total - including all that melted snow and ice - has reached 56.66 inches at Philadelphia International Airport.

The annual average is 41.3 inches. This year's accumulation had blown past that mark by the time Irene's downpours ended Aug. 28.
It’s the wettest 10-year period in 138 years of record-keeping, edging out the 1970s.
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Todd Rundgren & Utopia Rock Philadelphia's Tower Theater This Weekend
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:04 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:04 am
 
Todd Rundgren reunites with Utopia at the Tower Theater.

Born and raised in Upper Darby, it’s only fitting that he and the original Utopia members of four decades ago bring it all back home this weekend. The band’s been playing 10 song set, one song encore on the tour.

Most shows are strictly Utopia material, no Todd solo hits.

Utopia and Todd Rundgren album tracks can be heard on these iradiophilly.com stations: Bellbottoms, Libra, and... Read More
 
 
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New Philadelphia SRC Chairman Moving Swiftly
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/17/11 8:01 am | updated: 11/17/11 8:01 am
 
Pedro Ramos chaired his first meeting as leader of the Philadelphia School Reform Commission and made it clear he will change the way it does business. Earlier, Ramos had said that "at times, it looks like the SRC's trying to drink water through a fire hose."

Ramos is creating new committees to deal with SRC business more efficiently and transparently, including moving meeting times later, so people who work during the day could attend. He also allowed members of the audience... Read More
 
 
 
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