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iRadioPhilly Starts Haverford Relay for the Cure
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/02/12 12:57 pm | updated: 06/02/12 1:06 pm
The 24 hour relay is underway! iRadioPhilly is a proud supporter of the American Cancer Society's Haverford Township Relay For Life. The Relay celebrates the lives of people who have battled cancer, remembers loved ones lost, and raises money to fight back. The 24 hour Relay walk started at noon today and walkers continue through noon Sunday. The walk is going on now at the Haverford Reserve on Darby Road in Haverford Township.

The Relay was officially kicked off by PA State... Read More

Weekend Things to Do, Priest Abuse Jurors Begin Deliberations, Zimmerman Bond Revoked
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/01/12 5:29 pm | updated: 06/01/12 5:29 pm
This weekend is full of things to do around Philly if you aren't heading to the shore. Just a few to keep in mind. The TD Bank Championship Bike Race will be winding through Manyunk Roxborough, Kelly Drive, and the Parkway on Sunday. The Dragon Boat Regatta will be taking place along the Schuylkill all Day Saturday, iradiophilly will be at the Haverford Heritage Festival along Karakung Drive in Havertown Sunday so get out and enjoy the weather this weekend.

Jurors began their... Read More
Philadelphia Feeding Ban, School Budget Passes Amid Protest, Tire Slashing Returns
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/01/12 10:28 am | updated: 06/01/12 10:28 am
Philadelphia's outdoor feeding ban goes into effect today. The ban outlaws feedings of large numbers of homeless people on City parkland. Affected by the ban are popular tourist areas Love Park and Ben Franklin Parkway.

Amid shouting protests from teachers, the School Reform Commission approved a $2.5 billion school budget. Protesters believe the tighter budget shortchanges students. Supporters call it the first step in making schools fiscally sustainable.

Tire... Read More
Michelle Obama Visits Philadelphia, SRC Passes Budget, SEPTA Worker Killed
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 05/31/12 11:36 pm | updated: 05/31/12 11:36 pm
First lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to visit Philadelphia next week for a campaign event. Her office said she will meet with campaign volunteers next Wednesday, but gave no other details. She last visited Pennsylvania in April.

See Also : Live Video of Michele Obama

The Philadelphia School District School Reform Commission voted unanimously and passed a budget for the next school year. Protestors were angry... Read More
John Edwards 1 Not Guilty & 5 Mistrial, Drexel Hill Mom Hit Son w Bat, Howard and Utley Out For June
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/31/12 5:57 pm | updated: 05/31/12 5:57 pm
The jury in the federal corruption trial against former senator and two time democractic presidential candidate John Edwards came back deadlocked on all but one of the felony charges brought against him after nine days of deliberations. Edwards is accused of misappropriating close to $1 million in campaign donor funds to hide his pregnant mistress during his 2008 presidential campaign. The jury reached a not guilty verdict on one count of the indictment, U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Eagles... Read More
Tased Car Thief Escapes, Septa Employee Shot, Final Arguments in Clergy Abuse Trial
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/31/12 8:12 am | updated: 05/31/12 8:12 am
Philadelphia police are looking for a man who flipped a stolen SUV, fled on foot, got tasered by an officer, then stole another car and escaped. It happened early this morning in Spring Garden after police ran the tags on the SUV and tried to pull it over. After the driver was tased, he stole the car of someone who pulled over to help.

This morning a 52 year old Septa employee was shot three times in the head, neck and arm on his way to work. The shooting happened in Southwest... Read More
Gov. Christie Supports Controversial Nomination, Shooting Fatalities in Camden & Strawberry Mansion
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 05/30/12 11:24 pm | updated: 05/30/12 11:24 pm
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is standing by his nomination of an openly gay, black Republican to the state Supreme Court. Democrats who will consider the nomination of Bruce Harris on Thursday have publicly questioned the bond lawyer's qualifications. The governor says he's unlikely to pull the nominee even if he appears destined for defeat.

Two people were shot in Camden on Wednesday night. The incident happened at Vine Street and N 8th Street around 10 p.m. One person was... Read More
Manayunk Bike Weekend PG rated, Law Protects Athletes From Cardiac Arrest, Philly #1 Sports Crazed
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/30/12 6:34 pm | updated: 05/30/12 6:34 pm
The Philadelphia International Cycling Championship will once again come to the city this weekend, and residents of Manayunk are excited but at the same time dreadful of the spectacle that usually surrounds the events. Like last year, city officials plan to enforce a zero-tolerance for rowdy and unruly behavior on race day. They want to promote a family friendly atmosphere. Bottles and cans are not permitted along the race course, and fans are reminded to drink responsibly. A special Bike Court... Read More
Homeless Victim of a Face Eating Miami Man Fights for His Life
  by: acsquared - Lincoln University, PA
started: 05/30/12 1:31 pm | updated: 05/30/12 1:31 pm
Police officers came across a grisly scene Saturday afternoon when they were alerted by a witness. 31 year old Rudy Eugene was eating the face off of 65 year old homeless man Ronald Poppo on a busy Miami highway ramp. Both men were naked and covered in blood. The assailant allegedly growled when officers told him to stop and continued eating the man's face even after shots were fired at him. Eugene was eventually killed by police officers.

Poppo lost over 75% of his... Read More
Center City Condo Evacuated, Penn State Confident in Future, City Council Wants Bike Lane Control
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/30/12 9:40 am | updated: 05/30/12 9:40 am
A water leak at Center City One condos on the 1300 block of Spruce Street in Philadelphia forced more than 200 people to be evacuated. A standpipe broke on the 28th floor and also caused a gas leak. No word yet on how long repairs will take.

Penn State president Rodney Erickson is confident that the school will emerge stronger after the Jerry Sandusky trial. Jury selection begins next week. Despite all the distraction, Penn State has set a record for student applications and... Read More
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