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PSSA Cheating Investigated in 13 Philly Schools
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/11 10:49 pm | updated: 08/15/11 10:49 pm
 
The Philadelphia School District's accountability office said that they had "many concerns" about the data analysis used by the state to flag 28 district schools for possible 2009 PSSA cheating. The district will cooperate with the state and will help gather forensic analyses of the 2010 and 2011 PSSA's. Of the 28 schools the district was directed to analyze, 13 schools bear further investigation because they have big jumps in test scores and flags for erasures on exams. The district... Read More
 
 
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Sacred Crosses and Gold Stolen from St. Simon
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/11 10:32 pm | updated: 08/15/11 10:32 pm
 
Sometime after Sunday services, thieves entered St. Simon the Cyrenian Church at 22nd and Reed Streets in the city's Point Breeze section and stole several sacred items, including gold crosses, chalices, candle holders, bells and collection plates. Monday morning, the church sexton discovered that thieves had gone through the church, breaking open locks on all the storage areas. Most of the stolen items had belonged to St. Simon for decades. The church recently celebrated its 125th... Read More
 
 
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Walt Whitman Bridge Lane Maintenance
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/15/11 4:50 pm | updated: 08/15/11 4:50 pm
 
The right lane of the Walt Whitman bridge into New Jersey will be closed for 5 weeks starting August 26.

This week begins a series of lane closures because of this redecking project.

This week's restrictions are for preliminary work with lane closures on different days and times.
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August 15 and August 16, three lanes were scheduled to close at various times, starting with the... Read More
 
 
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Phialdelphia Tax Delinquent Big City: #1
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/15/11 4:48 pm | updated: 08/15/11 4:48 pm
 
Philadelphia is the most property-tax-delinquent big city in the nation. The impact of this failure to collect has had a huge and highly visible affect on neighborhoods across the city.

There's close to 111,000 properties in arrears, on which is owed a combined $472 million to the city and School District. The city's failure to promptly sell off vacant tax-delinquent land acts as a significant drag on redevelopment.

This summer, State Rep. Chris Ross introduced... Read More
 
 
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August 15 Music Calendar
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/15/11 9:18 am | updated: 08/15/11 9:18 am
 
(2001) 10 Years Ago

Dave Matthews and his wife, Jennifer Ashley Harper, become proud parents of twin girls, Stella Busina and Grace... Read More
 
 
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Teen Curfew Begins in Philadelphia and will be Enforced
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/12/11 11:31 pm | updated: 08/12/11 11:31 pm
 
Beginning tonight at 9 pm the extended earlier curfew for teens 18 and under took effect in Center City and University City. Additional police patrol on foot, bike, and mount will be on patrol to enforce and pick up violators.

This new curfew is all in an effort by Chief Ramsey's police force to curb the teen mobs that have become an increasing problem for businesses and the public at large. The hope is to help reduce the random violence and vandalism that pops up with these... Read More
 
 
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Free Thyroid-Protection Pills For Those Near Nuclear Plants
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/12/11 8:32 am | updated: 08/12/11 8:32 am
 
If you live or work within 10 miles of the Limerick nuclear power plant, you can pick up free potassium iodide tablets courtesy of the state and local health departments. The pills are designed to protect the thyroid gland against harmful radioactive iodine that may be released during an accident. The nuclear disaster in Japan earlier this year caused concern among any within range of a potential disaster.
The Chester County Health Department says this is a smart protective measure to... Read More
 
 
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Energy Assistance Fraud Probed
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/12/11 8:16 am | updated: 08/12/11 8:16 am
 
Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner is calling on Governor Corbett to launch a statewide audit focusing on the widespread waste and evidence of fraud in the Pennsylvania Welfare Department's administration of the program that distributes heating assistance to low-income families. Wagner claims the welfare department was scammed by applicants for aid under the federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. He says they gave fake Social Security numbers, addresses that didn't... Read More
 
 
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Perseid Meteor Showers Poised for show in Philly Skies
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/11/11 3:15 pm | updated: 08/11/11 3:15 pm
 
Every August as the Earth's orbit takes it through the remains of the comet Swift-Tuttle, we are treated to a dramatic show of meteors streaking through the sky called the Perseids. Named because they seem to radiate from the constellation Perseus, these meteors will peak as always in the early morning hours of Friday August 12th and Saturday August 13th.

It is not uncommon to see up to 50 meteors an hour with the Perseids, unfortunately however this year, the moon will be... Read More
 
 
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Philadelphia Cyclists Getting Citations?
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/11/11 10:35 am | updated: 08/11/11 10:35 am
 
Philadelphia bicyclists beware.....traffic citations may be coming your way.
Philadelphia Traffic Court president Judge Thomasine Tynes suggests, making city bicyclists register their bikes, cite them for moving violations such as riding on the sidewalk or blowing through stop signs, and then have those tickets dealt with by Traffic Court. Judge Tynes is not against cyclists, but says there is no punishment for not abiding by the law.
The city in May started a 40-week "Give... Read More
 
 
 
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