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Philadelphia’s Walk4Hearing begins with registration at 9 a.m and the Walk at 10 a.m. at the Navy Yard, 4747 South Broad Street, Sunday, October 5th.
“You have flies flying all around it, it’s decaying, it’s disgusting, it smells horrible,” said Cynthia Harris, who contacted KYW Newsradio about the problem.
Philadelphia police are asking those using recreation trails along Wissahickon in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy to be extra alert after a 51-year-old woman was attacked Friday evening by a man who attempted to rob and rape her.
Victim John Paul was shot and killed when he confronted the intruders in March 2012, and his wife Sherrell was shot nearly a dozen times and left for dead. She survived.
Philadelphia police are investigating the discovery of a body that was pulled from the Delaware River Tuesday.
Ello has only been available online for little over a month, but it’s popularity is growing. It claims to be the alternative to the world’s largest social network.
“The Pocono Mountains is 2,400 square miles,” a spokeswoman points out, “so this region of northeast Pennsylvania is roughly the size of Delaware.” The search area is about ten square miles.
Testimony in the trial for an Upper Merion man charged with murdering a 10-month-old infant and her grandmother is focusing on the confession he made to police.
The Florida fares are available today only, and only for select dates, so you’d have to be flexible about scheduling.
A small Vermont college is poking a lot of people in the eye by having convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal as its commencement speaker next Sunday.
Dom Giordano spoke with Dustin Byerly, a spokesman from Goddard College, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, who said it was the students who decided to have Mumia speak.
The Burlington County Prosecutor and Edgewater Park Police are investigating an early morning shooting involving a police officer.
Chopper 3 was over the scene in Northeast Philadelphia where a car rammed into an apartment building located at 9951 Academy Road.
The proposed settlement would essentially move the anniversary date for the twenty-three couples still part of the case to May 20, 2014 — the same date a federal court found Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.