Northeast Philadelphia native Pat Gallen joined CBS 3’s morning newscast, Eyewitness News This Morning, as a full-time feature in April, 2016. He also appears frequently as a fill-in host of SportsRadio 94 WIP.
Pat first joined Eyewitness News as a freelance sports reporter in July, 2015. Previously, he was a host for 97.5 The Fanatic (WPEN-FM), provided sports content for Philly.com and was co-host of Eagles Post Game Live for Fox 29 (WTXF-TV) in Philadelphia. He also served as editor-in-chief of Philliesnation.com.
Pat is a graduate of Northeast High School and a 2007 graduate of West Chester University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications studies/journalism. He and his wife, Suzanne, reside in Philadelphia.
At Newtown Athletic Club in Bucks County, inclusiveness is important, and it’s why they’ve put the UFIT program in place.
Mike Solomonov of Philly’s “Zahav” was named the best chef in the country at the James Beard Foundation Awards in Chicago.
In a big shrimp company in Pennsauken, New Jersey, they are successfully farming shrimp indoors in giant tanks.
The event benefits the American Heart Association.
Singer, 23, began the season with the Phillies’ Single-A team, the Clearwater Threshers.
Growing up in Camden, and then playing right across the river with the Owls, Haason Reddick has defied the odds to become a top prospect.
You’re about to meet a student whose school project is getting a big “thumbs up.”
They have a new building that puts them on par with some of the best colleges in the country.
Their run of Philadelphia Catholic League titles has reached a ridiculous 29 straight years.
McGlone was diagnosed with Neurosarcoidosis, a rare condition causing inflammation of the brain.
A new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
Inner city student athletes often times lack the resources necessary to take the leap from high school to college. Jackson Duncan is trying to change that with Focused Athletics.
Meet Brandon Holiday. Brandon is a former police officer who has dealt with some serious health problems, but that hasn’t stopped him from helping others.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are hugely popular mobile apps, but kids at a local middle school are hoping to reach people with their invention as well.
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It’s January, so we’re always looking for new, fun ways to get in shape.
At The Wall Cycling Studio in Manayunk, they are offer baby barre classes.
This college hoops doubleheader from the Prudential Center in North Jersey supports the Families of Freedom, a scholarship fund established to provide education assistance to dependents of people killed or disabled in the September 11th attacks.
nside Drexel University’s Replay Lab they’re developing video games to help the those with motor disabilities.
Those brave enough will take a dip into the icy water for the second annual Philadelphia Polar Plunge, hosted by Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA).
One member of the Eagles cheer squad has made a living in court, while living out her dream on the field.
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The Philadelphia Union are in the MLS playoffs for the first time since 2011, meaning the soccer buzz is back in our area.
“My name is Marvin Pearson. I can’t see, but I can still kick butt on the football field.”
The sport is taking over Philadelphia this weekend for the US Open Squash Championships at Drexel University.
Through his Get Fit 4 Recovery initiative, Meinster hopes to inspire.
The Little Warriors cause provides outdoor adventure to the children of fallen Navy SEALs and naval warfare personnel.
Sometimes, a helping hand can go a long way.
The view, and the food, are drawing people in from all over the area for all different reasons.
12-year old Taney Dragon, Braheim Fowler, receives a brand new bat for his birthday.