If you’ve listened to radio in the Delaware Valley, the odds are pretty good that you’ve heard Lynne Adkins. Lynne is a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio.
Although she’s been a member of the KYW Newsradio family for more than two decades, her voice has also been heard on radio stations WMGK, WPEN, WFIL, WIP (where she was both assistant news director and a talk show host), WHYY-FM, WCOJ in Coatesville, WBUX in Levittown, Pa., and on country station WXTU, where she was news director.
Lynne Adkins grew up in the Delaware Valley and graduated from Temple University with a degree in radio, television, and film.
Local surgeons are using a new tool for certain cataract procedures.
The ribbon was cut and the new emergency room entrance was opened at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne.
A local dental school is celebrating a big birthday.
Philadelphia is now 25 out of the top 100 worst cities for allergy suffers — that’s up five places from last year.
Just because you have undergone an organ transplant doesn’t mean you can’t experience the joys of parenthood.
The Lenfest Foundation has been giving money away for years and that will continue, but co-founder Gerry Lenfest has stepped aside and been replaced as chairman of the board by 38-year-old Dr. Keith Leaphart, a Philadelphia native who says the work will go on.
The Opera Company of Philadelphia presents “The Magic Flute” from April 19th through the 28th.
There are 11 larger than life bugs are scattered over the 92 acre garden in Chestnut Hill.
Driving the roads these days takes some extra effort to avoid all those potholes.
The old saying is leaves of three let it be, the new saying is leaves of three resemble me.
Dr. Maria Lania, director of Allergy and Immunology at Cooper University Hospital, says allergy season is underway and there’s already a lot of sneezing and itchy eyes.
The Saturday event will give students a chance to learn, hands on, about careers in caring for cancer patients.
JoAnna Zammiello, a clinical oncology nutritionist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, says cutting out whole food groups doesn’t make sense.
160 Philadelphia area women will gather tomorrow night for a Seder to help economically needy residents enjoy the season.
Local jobseekers can get help from a new website.
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