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University City Rusty Water, Brewerytown Double Shooting, PA Alzheimer's Panel
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/02/12 8:50 am | updated: 10/02/12 8:50 am
The Philadelphia Water Department is advising those in the University City section of Philadelphia that their water may be affected by recent maintenance work. 'Rusty water' has appeared in the area after crews performed routine maintenance on water pipes in University City. While it's not a health concern, crews are in the process of identifying the extent of the area and flushing hydrants to push the rusty water out. Customers in University City are urged to limit the use of water, especially... Read More
October Highly Anticipated Album Releases, Don't Miss These
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/02/12 3:01 am | updated: 10/02/12 3:03 am
As Autumn settles in and the cooler air starts to invade, heat up your speakers or headphones with these albums due out this October.

'Wild Race' by Dr. Dog Philly's Indie Rock ambassadors are releasing a 5-song EP, a follow-up to their acclaimed Be The Void released earlier this year. These 5 songs are a perfect extension from that full length, continuing to push their evolution beyond their lo-fi roots with beautiful complex arrangements full of raw... Read More

Philly Officer Punches Woman at Parade on Video; Delaware Man Crashes after seeing 'Elephant'
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/01/12 7:23 pm | updated: 10/01/12 7:23 pm
Philadephia Police opened an internal affairs investigation this morning after video of an officer punching a woman in the face surfaced. The incident occurred during a street party after the Puerto Rican Day parade. The video shows the officer, Lt. Jonathan Josey, a 19-year veteran, striking the woman as she walks away from a group of officers on the street. He thought that she had thrown beer on the cops, though it appears someone else near her did. She may have been using silly string.... Read More
PA Turnpike Rate Hike Plan, Folcroft House Fires, Council Rock High School Disinfected
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/01/12 1:22 pm | updated: 10/01/12 1:22 pm
Pennsylvania Turnpike officials are addressing concerns over their plan to raise tolls annually to pay back hundreds of millions per year in loans. PA lawmakers are concerned that increasing the tolls along with rising gas prices may cause motorists to stop using the turnpike.

Two fires overnight two blocks apart have fire officials in Folcroft, Delaware County investigating a possible connection. They say the fires were set intentionally underneath the decks of the two row... Read More

Camden County Pet Food Drive, Council Rock Impetigo Outbreak, 10 Year Old Boy Joyrides Van
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/01/12 9:34 am | updated: 10/01/12 9:34 am
A pet food drive in Camden County, New Jersey begins today.
The goal is to collect enough food to feed all of the animals in Camden County’s three shelters for two days. The hope is to use the money that would typically be used to feed these animals for that two day period to cover key operating expenses, do upgrades and other things. Donations are accepted at more than two dozen locations until Halloween, list available below.

Audubon Senior Center, 247 Oaklyn Ave,... Read More
America For Jesus in Philly; Ryan Howard Out for Season; Outdoor Feeding of Homeless Agreement
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/30/12 3:19 am | updated: 09/30/12 3:19 am
A crowd of almost 10,000 gathered on Independence Mall today during the two day “America For Jesus” rally, a national prayer gathering. Televangelist Pat Robertson, founder of the 700 Club, addressed the crowd and led them in prayer. The event was organized by One Nation under God, a non-partisan coalition of ministries. They aim to reclaim the nation for God and the Christian right because the country is spiritually sick as a whole. They are asking for 40 days of prayer leading up to the... Read More

Haverford Music Festival Video Re-Broadcast Weekend Sept. 29-30
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/29/12 8:30 pm | updated: 09/29/12 8:30 pm
Haverford Music Festival took place September 15th at Darby and Eagle Roads in Havertown. Nearly 15,000 people attended the festival which was spread out over 3 stages of music. Indre Recording and iradiophilly broadcast the performances from the Oakmont Stage that day with some additional footage from the other stages. Throughout the weekend of September 29-30th, iradiophilly will be rebroadcasting Indre Recording's video... Read More

Chase Utley Will Not Play Third Base This Year; Experiment Has Been Put On Hold
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/29/12 12:15 am | updated: 09/29/12 12:15 am
Chase Utley will not be playing third base this year. The Phillies were contemplating using these last few games to experiment with the All-Star second basemen by switching defensive positions to third base, but have decided to put that idea on hold.

Last month, Utley brought up the possibility to management that he could play on the other side of the diamond. He began to take ground balls over on the corner, working with infield coach Sam Perlozzo, and seemed to be doing well.... Read More

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Terrance Williams Execution Vacated; All 6 Chester Girls in Custody; Philadelphia Museum Day (free)
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/28/12 9:42 pm | updated: 09/28/12 9:42 pm
Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Teresa Sarmina ruled today that the prosecution held back details from a 1986 jury during the sentencing of condemned man Terrance Williams. Those details were brought to light this week by Williams' defense during a hearing in front of Sarmina. Specifically, the defense claims that Williams' motive for murder was rage over years of sexual abuse at the hands of his victim Amos Norwood. That detail was not told to the jury who sentenced him to death in '86.... Read More
Stay of Execution issued for Terrance Williams
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/28/12 3:15 pm | updated: 09/28/12 3:15 pm
Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge M. Theresa Sarmina issued a stay of execution for condemned killer Terrance Williams today. Williams had been scheduled to die by lethal injection next Wednesday, October 3rd.

Yesterday the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons voted 4-1 to rehear Williams clemency request. Two weeks ago the board voted 3-2 against recommending clemency in his case. After yesterday's vote the board decided to wait until Judge Sarmina's decision to act further. Read More

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