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Coffee Culprit Arrested, Two Killed on 309, Bill Green’s Alternate Tax Plan
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/15/12 8:45 am | updated: 05/15/12 8:45 am
Police have arrested the man who threw a cup of scalding hot coffee at a donut shop employee. The incident was all caught on surveillance cameras. 52-year-old David Timbers turned himself in.

The accident on 309 North yesterday left 2 people dead after their car stalled in the middle lane. The 54 year old woman and 20 year old man were pushing their vehicle toward the shoulder when they were crushed by another vehicle.

Philadelphia Councilman-at-large Bill Green... Read More
East Falls Accident Kills One, Fresh Donuts Assailant Surrenders, Delco Woman Best Mom On Wheels
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 05/15/12 7:59 am | updated: 05/15/12 7:59 am
One person is dead and two others are injured after a three-car accident in East Falls. One 25-year-old woman who was driving had to be extricated from her vehicle. She later died from her injuries at the hospital. In the other vehicle was a 64-year-old man who suffered from a head injury and a 50-year-old woman who suffered injuries to her leg, arm and chest. Both are in stable condition at this time.

The man who allegedly threw hot coffee on a Fresh Donuts shop employee in a... Read More
Jay-Z Unveils Summer End Concert, New Jersey Votes to Ban Teen Tanning, Grenade Brought to Police
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/14/12 6:23 pm | updated: 05/14/12 6:23 pm
It's official and confirmed. Mayor Michael Nutter was joined by Jay-Z this morning atop the Art Museum steps to announce a the big Labor Day weekend music festival called "Made in America" It's going to featured 28 acts on 3 stages over 2 days along the Parkway. Nutter called Philly a 'music town', and Jay-Z said it meets his criteria of having the potential to be great, to advance the culture, and to be philanthropic. A portion of proceeds goes to the United Way. Tickets go on sale May 23rd,... Read More
Radio Personality April Kauffman Found Dead
  by: acsquared - Lincoln University, PA
started: 05/13/12 10:34 pm | updated: 05/14/12 1:58 pm
47 year old April Kauffman was found dead in her home in Linwood, New Jersey on Thursday morning. She had been shot multiple times. A friend had come to take care of her pets and found her body in the master bedroom.

April was a wife, mother, and grandmother. She owned a hair salon, a catering business, and until recently hosted a weekly radio talk show on WOND-AM 1400 and also appeared on WIBG. Her show focused on Veteran’s issues.

April was known for her... Read More
Jay-Z and Mayor Nutter Officially Announce "Made in America" Festival
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/14/12 11:01 am | updated: 05/14/12 11:01 am
The wait is over and speculation can be put to rest. Jay-Z and Mayor Nutter have officially announced the Budweiser "Made in America" Festival to be held on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 1st and 2nd over Labor Day Weekend. They made the announcement this morning in front of an large American flag on a drizzle soaked set on the Art Museum steps.

Jay-Z will curate the roster of 28 artists coming from a variety of music genres ranging from rock, rap, pop, dance etc. The... Read More
Philadelphia's "Made in America" Music Festival, Ban on Feeding Homeless Delayed, Corbett Blocks Rea
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/14/12 8:59 am | updated: 05/14/12 8:59 am
Jay-Z and Mayor Nutter have set the stage for a 2 day music festival in Philadelphia Labor Day weekend. The event is called "Made In America" will feature 28 acts on three stages and include multiple music genres - Rock, Hip Hop, R&B. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will go to the United Way.

Listen to iradiophilly's Jamz for Philly's best Explicit Hip Hop and R&B. Read More
Juniata Body Identified, Bomb Squad To Police Building, Chester Mother's Day Parade Protest
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 05/14/12 8:26 am | updated: 05/14/12 8:26 am
A woman's decomposed body found in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia early Saturday has been identified as 22-year-old Melanie Colon of North Reese Street. She died from multiple gunshot wounds.

Colon's body was found by a passerby Saturday morning behind an apartment building near Wyoming Avenue.

A bomb squad has taken charge of what police say they believe was a grenade that an elderly man brought in to a police district building in northeast... Read More
Jay-Z and Mayor Nutter to Make Announcement Monday Morning at Art Museum
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/13/12 1:11 am | updated: 05/13/12 8:54 pm
Jay-Z and Mayor Michael Nutter will join each other on the Art Museum step Monday Morning at 10:30am for a "major announcement". The early word is that they will be announcing a multi-day concert festival happening over Labor Day Weekend. Since the announcement is happening at the Art Museum, the logical thought is the fest would be staged along the Ben Franklin Parkway.

Here is a teaser trailer from Jay's Read More
Local Music Day Free Music Sampler, Mother's Day and Philadelphia, Tough Losses for Sixers/Phillies
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/12/12 10:33 pm | updated: 05/12/12 10:33 pm
Saturday was the first Philadelphia Local Music Day put together by Loves Local Music a local music advocacy group. Local businesses across the city ditched their usual soundtracks and replaced it with local music. Today's featured bands were Cheers Elephant, Bandname, Work Drugs, Buried Beds, The Extraordinares. “Philadelphia Local Music Day aims to bring more awareness to Philadelphia’s vibrant, talented arts community while encouraging Philadelphians to support the city’s local... Read More
No More Free Ride at FDR Park for Phillies Parking
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/12/12 12:33 am | updated: 05/12/12 12:33 am
Phillies fans who don't mind a bit of a walk have been taking advantage of the ample free parking at FDR Park for decades. However that has all come to an abrupt halt tonight as the Parks and Recreation Department started to actually enforce its 1984 curfew law. Anyone parked in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park after 9pm tonight would have found a nice $41 parking ticket after the Phils' win over the Padres.

FDR... Read More
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