Philadelphia News for April 24th 2013

Philadelphia Eagles Should Say No to Dion Jordan
Philadelphia has a more pressing need on the offensive line. As I said in this article, the Eagles' offensive line is rebuilding from injuries to Jason Peters and Jason Kelce, a 1st round bust in Danny Watkins and a right tackle in Todd Herremans whose

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Boston Bruins (27-12-5) at Philadelphia Flyers (20-22-3), 7:30 pm (ET)
Following what can only be understated as an emotional week, the Boston Bruins take to the road on Tuesday night as they resume their quest for a Northeast Division title versus the Philadelphia Flyers. It hasn't been about hockey lately for the Bruins

Barbarism in Philadelphia
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who is on trial in Philadelphia for doping one patient to death and killing seven fetuses born alive. He doubtless seems a worthy candidate for death row. Dr. Gosnell, after all …

Philadelphia Record Seen as Deal Talk Bars Public: Muni Credit
Philadelphia, which has the lowest credit grade among the five most-populous U.S. cities, is planning its largest general-obligation issue on record after holding an unprecedented closed-door conference to draw buyers. Municipal officials last week

Philadelphia declares interest in 2024 Olympics bid –
On Monday, he told the U.S. Olympic Committee in a letter that the Philadelphia region is “enthusiastically” embracing the prospect of bidding on and hosting the Olympics and Paralympics in 2024. “I am honored to confirm our wholehearted commitment and …

If, And, But: The Philadelphia Eagles Will Be in the Playoffs in 2013
And: Another new-look Philadelphia defense adjusts to coordinator Billy Davis and his 3-4 schemes. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox moves to right end and free agent nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga (49ers) takes over in the middle. Defensive end Trent Cole

(PHL) Philadelphia International Airport Delays – FlightStats
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Read, Lauridsen score goals 7 seconds apart to lead Flyers past Boston 5-2
Then Philadelphia pitched in with its wallets. The 50/50 raffle that usually supports Philadelphia charities went to The Flyers raised $85,595. Also, the Flyers were set to put their jerseys up for auction at, with

Judge drops 3 of 8 murder charges against abortion provider
PHILADELPHIA ??? Three of eight murder charges were thrown out Tuesday against a Philadelphia abortion provider whose clinic was called a ???house of horrors,??? apparently because the judge had not heard sufficient evidence from prosecutors that the three …

Breaking Down the Philadelphia Eagles' 2013 Out-of-Conference Schedule
Chip Kelly, welcome to the NFL. As a special gift to you and your Philadelphia Eagles, you will begin the season with three games in 11 days. This short period for the Eagles could be a blessing in disguise, an opportunity to win over the fanbase early …

Philadelphia Union forward Jack McInerney selected MLS Player of Week
Philadelphia Union forward Jack McInerney has been named Major League Soccer Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters for Week 8 of the 2013 MLS season. McInerney scored twice in the first half of a 3-2 victory over D.C. United on

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter talks gun regulations at Yale University
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The man who created the “Sandy Hook Principles” says safe streets should get just as much attention in America as safe airplanes. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, in a speech Monday at Yale University, called on lawmakers and

Eagles' defensive needs are multifold
9:49 p.m. EDT, April 23, 2013. PHILADELPHIA–. — To "shock the world," as new Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga promised right after signing a free-agent contract last month, the Eagles will first have to have a defense that fits

Philadelphia couple, who says they seek prayer not doctors, in court after
Herbert Schaible, 44, and his 43-year-old wife grew up in the First Century Gospel Church in northeast Philadelphia and have served as teachers there. The church's website has a sermon titled "Healing — From God or Medicine?" that quotes Bible verses

Recap: Philadelphia vs. Boston
Steve Mason turned away 39 shots as the Philadelphia Flyers took a 5-2 win over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday. Simon Gagne, Scott Hartnell, Matt Read, Oliver Lauridsen and Jakub Voracek all scored for the Flyers, who have won their past two games.

Concierge Auctions Sells Exquisite 10+/- Acre English Manor Just Outside
Situated just 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia, five bidders competed to own this expansive and luxurious property at 265 Abrahams Lane. The sale was conducted in cooperation with listing agent Eva McKendrick and buyer's agent Dana Hospodar, both of

Judge Throws Out Some Murder Charges Against Philadelphia Abortion Doctor
Abortion Doctor. By JON HURDLE. Published: April 23, 2013. PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday threw out three of seven murder charges against a Philadelphia doctor charged with killing viable fetuses while performing abortions.

Locke allows 2 hits in 6 innings, Sanchez homers off Hamels to lead Pirates
Locke pitched six strong innings of two-hit ball and Gaby Sanchez homered off Cole Hamels to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates over Philadelphia 2-0 on Tuesday night. “That's his best big league performance,” Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said of Locke, who

Locke pitches Pirates past Hamels, Phillies 2-0
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Jeff Locke throws a pitch in the first inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Tuesday, April 23, 2013, in Philadelphia. Michael Perez ??? AP Photo. Story Photos: Pirates Phillies Baseball. Previous PageNext Page …

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