A unique summer camp is being conducted in Bristol, Pa. And it’s all about sustainability.
Stephen Stace, a retired Penn State-Abington music professor, is headed to prison after pleading guilty to sharing explicit photos with a 16-year-old girl in Spain.
Dom discussed the murder of a woman in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant, now being the right time to be an American, schools named after President Woodrow Wilson possibly getting name changes, Governor Christie wanting Senator Rand Paul at hearings if we have another terrorist attack, digital amnesia. At 10:47, Inside the Mind of Dom. At 11, Adam Carolla joined discussing his new book “Daddy Stop Talking.” At 11:20, Stu Bykofsky of Philly News, joined discussing sanctuary cities like Philadelphia and San Francisco.
Operations of the “Shots for Tots” clinic have been suspended by the Health Department at this time.
Whitpain Township police say that although the animals are not normally aggressive toward people, they have been known to attack and feed on smaller animals, including househould pets.
The New Brunswick Police Department is investigating the abduction, which happened on South Talmadge Street in New Brunswick, Middlesex County around 9 a.m. on July 6, 2015.
Authorities say John Crimmins was with friends in the ocean off of Mantoloking when he suddenly disappeared from their sight around 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
A historic hat trick and three goals for Lloyd, who helped lead Team USA to their third World Cup Championship.
Chris discusses the “bandwagoning” of fans after the USWNT World Cup win, roping off reporters, and Mayor Nutter rapping again. He talks with Michael Bronstein of Bronstein & Weaver and Colin Hanna from Let Freedom Ring for the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00AM about roping off the media, the sideshow of Trump, and if Bernie Sanders is for real. He also talks with sports analyst Beasley Reece at 8:00AM about the World Cup victory, the role that Title 9 played in it, and Jason Pierre-Paul injuring himself with fireworks. Financial Advisor Steve Cordasco talks with Chris at 8:20AM about Greece voting down its own bailout.
All signs point to a longer rather than shorter budget standoff.
It was no media secret that State Senate leader Buddy Cianfrani of South Philly was playing house in the mid-seventies with the Inquirer’s top political reporter, Laura Foreman.
Derrick Wood is just 33 years-old, but he’s already won three major Chemistry teaching awards. The Presidential Award is his fourth honor but he says it feels completely different.
The Jurassic Park blockbuster sequel earned an estimated $31-million, while the cerebral animated comedy, Inside Out, took in $30-million.
Experts have said sharks pose a little threat to swimmers at the Jersey Shore, but that didn’t stop some people from being extra cautious.
“I asked myself, are you going to fall apart and surrender to the chaos, or are you going to take a stand?” she recalls.
Animals at the Philadelphia Zoo have their own ways of dealing with the heat. But taking a dip in the pool is still the most popular way for both humans and our four-legged friends.