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Dick Clark Passes at 82, Silent Bandit Strikes Again, Upper Darby Barber Killed
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 04/19/12 3:11 am | updated: 04/19/12 3:11 am
Television and radio personality Dick Clark died Wednesday following a massive heart attack. Clark first rose to prominence back in the 1950s as host of "American Bandstand." The afternoon dance show first aired in Philadelphia before going nationwide. Dick Clark died at the age of 82.

The FBI is asking for the public’s help in capturing a bank robber who has been dubbed the “Silent Bandit.” The suspect has robbed five banks in the past two weeks in Pennsylvania and New... Read More
Dick Clark, 82, Dies of Heart Attack
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/18/12 11:32 am | updated: 04/18/12 6:00 pm
Dick Clark, the former WFIL-AM Philadelphia disc jockey and host of television's Bandstand, has died at the age of 82 of a heart attack. The famous Television Producer, most recently known for his annual appearances on New Year's eve telecasts from Times Square in New York, enjoyed a long and successful career in Television and Radio.

Dick Clark was a disc jockey on Philadelphia radio station WFIL and skyrocketed to stardom when he became the full time host of the Philadelphia... Read More

Penn Offering Free Online Courses, Injured Firefighter Patrick Nally Comes Home
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/18/12 2:44 pm | updated: 04/18/12 2:44 pm
The University of Pennsylvania is joining several other top universities, including Princeton and Stanford, in offering courses for free online. Starting this June, Penn will begin to offer twelve courses in various subjects including calculus, neurology, and Greek and Roman mythology. The courses will not earn you credit toward a degree, but you still get full benefit of the education, which is priceless and of course free.

Firefighter Patrick Nally of Ladder 16 returned home to... Read More
Stranger Danger in Wrightstown, Corbett Endorses Romney, Jamie Moyer Oldest Pitcher To Win at 49
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/18/12 3:51 am | updated: 04/18/12 3:51 am
Stranger, Danger. Parent and children beware. Two separate incidents were reported of a male driving a dark colored SUV attempting to lure young children into his vehicle in Wrightstown, Bucks County. Council Rock has put parents on alert.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has given his endorsement to Mitt Romney for President. Corbett’s endorsement helps pull the Republican party together one week before the Pennsylvania Primary.

Last night Jamie Moyer became... Read More
NJ Child Porn Ring Busted, Kensington Fire to Grand Jury, 2012 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 04/18/12 2:46 am | updated: 04/18/12 2:46 am
A major child pornography bust in New Jersey has resulted in the arrests of 27 suspects. Following a three month investigation, law enforcement officials executed search warrants in 26 different towns across New Jersey. All 27 suspects have been charged with Distribution and Possession of Child Pornography, while some are facing additional charges.

The Philadelphia district attorney has decided to take the probe of that Kensington fire which claimed the lives of two firefighters... Read More
Jamie Moyer Becomes Oldest MLB Pitcher to Record a Win
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/12 7:07 pm | updated: 04/17/12 7:07 pm
Former Phillie, Souderton, PA native, and St. Joe's alum, Jamie Moyer, entered the record books tonight. Defying all the odds, Moyer, 49, has become the oldest pitcher to ever record a win in Major League Baseball. Born November 18, 1962, he is now 49 and 150 days on Tuesday. Brooklyn's Jack Quinn was 49 and 70 days old when he won on Sept. 13, 1932.

It is an amazing fete that Jamie was able to make the Colorado Rockies rotation. Moyer's Philadelphia contract expired at the end... Read More

27 Arrested For Child Porn in NJ, Space Shuttle Flies Over DC, No Arson in Villanova Mansion Fire
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/12 3:08 pm | updated: 04/17/12 4:20 pm
27 people in New Jersey have been arrested in association with a child pornography ring, New Jersey State Police announced today. A three month long investigation and 5 day long sweep called "Operation Watchdog" rounded up the suspects in twenty-six towns all across the state, half of them in South Jersey between April 9th and April 13th. The suspects ranged widely in age from 66 to 17, and also included one female. Each suspect is being charged with Distribution and Possession of Child... Read More

Archdiocese Closing Seven Parishes, Gay Lesbian Senior Housing Project, Flyers Could Sweep Pens
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 04/16/12 2:37 am | updated: 04/17/12 4:16 pm
The Philadelphia Archdiocese has announced it will close seven parishes in Northwest Philadelphia and Coatesville. The closings were announced at Mass, Sunday, but the archdiocese says parishioners were sent letters earlier so they were prepared. They include St. Francis of Assisi and Immaculate Conception in Germantown as well as St. Josephat, St. Lucy and St. Mary of the Assumption in Manayunk. In Coatesville, St. Cecilia and St. Stanislaus Kostka will close. The parishes will be merged into... Read More
Philadelphia Eagles Announce 2012 Schedule
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/12 3:37 pm | updated: 04/17/12 3:37 pm
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced their 2012 schedule. This year has 6 nationally televised games, including a few Sunday Night division games and Monday Night at the Superdome.



Thursday, August 9 vs. Pittsburgh 7:30 pm (6ABC)
Monday, August 20 at New England 8:00 pm (ESPN)*
Friday, August 24 at Cleveland 7:30 pm (6ABC)
Thursday, August 30 vs. New... Read More

GSA Las Vegas Hangover, Tax Deadline Today, Grand Jury Investigates Warehouse Fire
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/12 3:49 am | updated: 04/17/12 3:49 am
Congress is outraged over $823,000 in taxpayer money spent by GSA employees and families at a Las Vegas conference. Luxury spas, clowns, bikes, parties were part of where the tax money went. The Justice Dept is investigating.

Tax Deadline is today. If you haven’t filed you income tax return yet, you have until midnight to get it postmarked. Not close? Then you have until midnight to file an extension.

Fox 29 is reporting that a Grand Jury will be... Read More
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