Officers facing criminal charges are being assigned to monitor security cameras in a unit which happens to sit squarely in the midst of a highly sensitive, federally funded, Homeland Security intelligence-sharing center. The location seems to have become the department’s holding place of choice for officers on “restricted duty,” having been deemed, at least temporarily, […]
A week after pleading not guilty to federal corruption charges, City Councilman Bobby Henon returned to Council chambers Thursday, saying he won’t surrender his post as majority leader and plans to run for reelection this year as he defends himself in court. “I have done nothing wrong and I continue to serve this caucus as […]
The case of Jamal Simmons marks the fourth time in six months that a prosecution connected to Philip Nordo, an ex-Philadelphia homicide detective fired in 2017, has either deteriorated or dissolved. No one will say how many other cases that Nordo helped build may be at risk of collapse — or whether a long-running probe […]
Get out and about with the family and celebrate our military heroes! National Constitution Center 525 Arch Street Independence Mall Philadelphia, PA http://constitutioncenter.org/ Pay tribute to the brave men and women who serve our country at the Memorial Day Weekend events taking place at National Constitution Center this weekend. Daily activities include flag ceremonies, patriotic […]
Courtesy of MSNBC Dot Com A new restaurant in the city of Philadelphia is thinking outside of the minimum wage box and is paying all of its workers $15 per hour. The place called, “William Street Common”, is a brand new restaurant in the city of Brotherly Love and has dedicated a $15 per hour […]
Tomorrow is President’s Day and there are so many things to explore in Philly as we reflect on our Presidents. Philadelphia is a city that’s rich and filled with so much history! Forget the snow and get on the go to enjoy free admission to special attractions, special tours, specific museums and more! Get the […]
*Singer-songwriter, Gabriel S. Hardeman, best-known for co-writing R&B star Stephanie Mills’ 1987 #1 hit “I Feel Good All Over” and Teddy Pendergrass’ “Truly Blessed”, died Saturday, June 16 in the Philadelphia area from complications of Interstitial Fibrosis. He was 68 years old. He was diagnosed with the illness in May 2000, but with medication functioned […]
Photo by Prince Williams/Getty Images Ministering to worshippers in the City of Brotherly Love is something special for Prophetess Juanita Bynum II. Find out why Philadelphia is so special to her in this exclusive interview with Praise 103.9’s “Afternoon Angel” CeCe McGhee. RELATED: Juanita Bynum II Signs Historic TV Deal With The Word Network RELATED: […]
Beverly Crawford made a surprise appearance at the Ministries of Music workshop at Praise 103.9’s Inspiration & Music Conference to perform her hit single “It’s About Time For A Miracle,” and she shut it down! Not only did she move the crowd, she also moved VaShawn Mitchell, Lonnie Hunter, Hezekiah Walker, Donald Lawrence and Marcus […]
After filling in for Lonnie Hunter on Praise 103.9 today (July 15th), Vickie Winans talked to Ms. Kala about her fashion, make-up philosophy, and even let us know a little something about her teeth!
Take a look at Vickie Winans behind-the-scenes talking about her first day as the fill-in host for "The Lonnie Hunter Show" on Praise 103.9.