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Hi there! I'm in your English 101 class with you, and you look like a nice person. Would you like to go out on a date with me?No? Okay, well, never mind, then, I’ll just—What? You say I sexually harassed you? How? By asking you out? Since when does that qualify as sexual harassment?
So much for the heartfelt reunion story she may have been hoping for. Brenda Heist, the Lancaster county woman who vanished from her home ten years ago to bum around in Florida, is sitting in a county jail, just weeks after resurfacing.Also: Locals say she went by the name "Lovie" and never said anything about her family in Pennsylvania. Heist will be arraigned on June 6th. [Pensacola News-Journal]
Prosecutors allege that she violated her probation, which she was put on for stealing an ID from Milton resident Heike Farmer, whose house she cleaned, and using it during a traffic stop.
This man does not like fun! First, the ill-fated soda tax. Last month, it was the liquor-by-the-drink tax. Now, Mayor Nutter and Council President Clarke are talking about hiking the tobacco tax. All of it, of course, to help raise $60 million in city funds to close a $300 million education budget shortfall that could leave schools without assistant principals, counselors, and extracurricular activities next year. When you pit cigarettes against schools, it might not be so tough to gain popular support for a tax after all. [Daily News]
Philadelphia News, Weather and Sports from WTXF FOX 29Fox29 reports that a college party website known as ImShmacked.com—basically a PG-rated Girls Gone Wild, from what can be determined after a quick look—may have fueled an out-of-control party in West Chester that resulted in three students being arrested for rioting and underage drinking, among other charges."There was a reason why they were there. There's a reason why there was 700 kids there. There was a reason why the kids acted the way they did" said an unidentified West Chester student. Temple and Penn State have been featured. The Penn State video
It wasn't so long ago that Joshua Scott Albert was pissing off much of Philadelphia with StaphMeal, his foul-mouthed gossip blog that took aim at everyone from Marc Vetri to Michael Nutter (with a shot of his own penis thrown in for fun). But these days, the onetime Occupy Philadelphia protagonist is an inmate at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in the Northeast, the maximum-security prison he's called home since last September.
Is there anyone left out there who doesn't know what Fifty Shades of Grey is? One East Falls teacher claims he did not when he ordered the book for a 14-year-old 9th grader at Eastern University Academy Charter School. Math teacher Philip Aidoo had asked students what books they might like for an independent reading period, and then ordered the books with his own money. Next thing you know, Anastasia and Christian were doing it in the bottom of the boy's book bag. When his mother found the book there, she told the school, which subsequently commenced an investigation.“Unfortunately, Mr.
I'm not sure how to describe this lawsuit by one Salvatore Francesco Bevivino against Virgin Airlines, who got very angry after his flight from Philadelphia to San Francisco last spring. Everything started, apparently, when Bevivino pressed the call button to order his drink; an attendant asked him to make the order via a touch-screen menu embedded in the seat. Bevivino refused, got his drink anyway, and on a good day that would've been the end of that.Except it wasn't:The passenger had little other interaction with the crew, but when the plane landed at San Francisco International, he was pulled aside and
The Daily Record reports that in Clinton Township, N.J., a tiny kitty named Justin is recovering from severe burns—somebody in Philadelphia apparently set the kitten on fire last week. He was taken to Jersey for care.“He has some burns on his back and his head,” said Dr. Wendy E. Ross, owner of Crown Veterinary Specialists in Lebanon, adding that Justin has first-, second- and third-degree burns and has lost the tip of one of his ears. “Someone apparently set him on fire in Philadelphia, and Animal Alliance brought him to us for care.“He’s doing well. He’s a feisty little guy,”