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NEWS
November 18, 2000 | By Huntly Collins, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Msgr. John B. Fee, 79, pastor emeritus at St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church in the Mayfair section of Northeast Philadelphia, died Thursday at his home at Villa St. Joseph in Darby. Born in Philadelphia, Msgr. Fee attended both public and Catholic elementary schools, and Northeast Catholic High School. He went on to St. Francis Xavier Commercial School, Aquinas College, and St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood. Ordained in 1937, Msgr. Fee taught at St. Thomas More High School from 1937 to 1942.
NEWS
February 10, 2001 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. March 10 for Helmut Gude, 75, of Blue Bell, a self-employed cabinetmaker who was involved in a variety of athletics. He died last Saturday of leukemia in the home he had built. The service will be held at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1802 Skippack Pike (Route 73) in Centre Square, where he was a member. A native of Dueren, Germany, Mr. Gude immigrated to the United States in 1954 and moved to Blue Bell not long after that.
BUSINESS
June 25, 1998 | By John J. Fried, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Question: Since I am still wary of what is on the Internet, I set my browser to warn me if I'm getting "cookies," the information files some Web sites place on the hard drive. I never accept cookies. Recently, I followed my curiosity to an adult site. It turned out that I had to register or pay to actually get onto the site. Since I wasn't that curious, I left the site. Now, however, I am getting unsolicited e-mail from porno purveyors, a few a day. If I decline to accept the cookies and do not give out my e-mail address, how did they get it?
NEWS
November 25, 1994 | By Wanda Motley, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's 1 a.m., and a city sanitation truck has just jumped a curb and landed in your front yard, crushing your azalea bushes and carving furrows in your previously flawless lawn. Whom do you call - at that hour? Well, City Councilman Joseph Vignola wants to be just a phone line away, not in person but via an electronic network that would allow constituents to message his office at any time. That is Vignola's vision: dealing with potholes and broken traffic lights with the stroke of a computer key. And he has moved in that direction, he says, by tapping into America Online, a link in the information superhighway that he uses to send weekly messages to his constituents.
NEWS
March 29, 2006
A March 24 letter, "Where he belongs," by Nikola Sizgorich included an incorrect e-mail address for the writer. Sizgorich does not want her e-mail address published. Yesterday's Commentary page contained incorrect information about a column's author. Mark Franek's Web page address is http://webclass.penncharter.com/prospero/.
NEWS
July 31, 2008
WHY COULDN'T Page 1 Sexy Single Nefertiti Jaquez (as beautiful as she is) list an e-mail address like everyone else did? Not even an account set up just to see the public reaction? You are a truly blessed, gorgeous woman. But you're shedding light as to why you may still be single! Ken Belneau, Philadelphia
NEWS
July 20, 2004
The Fund for Animals is a national organization with a wildlife hotline that offers people tips and simple solutions for co-existing with wildlife in their neighborhoods. The phone number is 203-389-4411. Responsible Policies for Animals Inc. offers free information on humane ways to live with wildlife, including those that eat plants nurtured by humans. Its e-mail address is RPA4all@aol.com, and its telephone number is 215-886-7721.
SPORTS
May 3, 2001 | By Tim Panaccio INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Flyers left winger Simon Gagne underwent successful surgery yesterday at Pennsylvania Hospital to repair his partially dislocated left shoulder and a small tear in his labrum. "He's doing well," said team orthopedic surgeon, Art Bartolozzi, who performed the approximate 90-minute surgery along with Peter DeLuca. Trainer John Worley observed. Bartolozzi said as soon as Gagne's pain subsides, he will begin rehabilitation. Gagne dislocated the shoulder on Feb. 24 against Tampa Bay when he threw an errant punch that missed Lightning forward Andrei Zyuzin.
NEWS
December 28, 2000 | By Mary Anne Janco, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Loi Nghiem, 20, of Philadelphia, who with two others has been charged with murder in the slaying of Constantine Polites during a break-in at the college student's Upper Darby home in April, testified yesterday that he had been drinking before he gave a statement to police and that he was repeatedly denied a lawyer. At a hearing before Delaware County Judge Joseph P. Cronin Jr., Nghiem's lawyer, Doug Smith, sought to suppress his statement as involuntary and coerced. Lawyers for the other two men charged with murder - Tom Moua, 22, and his brother, David Moua, 17, both neighbors of Polites' on Copley Road - also seek to have their clients' statements suppressed.
NEWS
February 17, 2001 | By Brendan January, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A Pennsylvania man was sentenced yesterday to 38 years in prison for the assault and rape of a Cherry Hill woman in June 1999. Camden County Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Natal imposed the sentence on Keith Capers, 40, of Darby, during a hearing yesterday. The 63-year-old victim knew Capers and had invited him into her house. After getting drunk, Capers beat her, held her hostage, and raped her several times over a 10 hour period, prosecutors said. In December, a jury convicted Capers of rape, aggravated assault, and making terroristic threats.
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NEWS
October 17, 2014 | By Angela Couloumbis and Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writers
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery sent or received more than 230 e-mails that included sexually explicit content between late 2008 and mid-2012, including messages sent to state e-mail accounts of government employees, according to an analysis released Wednesday by the chief justice. In a statement, Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille said the analysis found McCaffery had sent or received 2,800 messages unearthed during an internal review by the Attorney General's Office.
NEWS
February 24, 2013 | By Robert Moran, Inquirer Staff Writer
A city commission is taking public comments on a proposal to locate a wildlife conservation center at a former reservoir basin near the city's Strawberry Mansion section. The center would be developed jointly by the National Audubon Society and Outward Bound Philadelphia at the East Park Reservoir, between Fairmount Park and 33d Street south of Diamond Street. The 37-acre west basin of the reservoir has become "a prime stopover site for migratory birds, including several spectacular waterfowl species," the two nonprofits said in their project overview.
NEWS
December 31, 2012 | By Aubrey Whelan, Inquirer Staff Writer
The e-mail that Nancy Gleason received last September was lengthy: a last-ditch plea from a distant relative, writing to ask if she knew anyone who might be willing to donate a kidney to a stranger. Gleason clicked the "forward" button and typed in her husband's e-mail address. Her e-mail was just one line long: "We're both O-positive. I'm in if you are. " Eight months later, Chief Joe Gleason of the West Goshen Police Department was heading into surgery at the Mayo Clinic, about to give a major organ to a woman he had met two days before.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 8, 2012 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there In spring 2008, Liana and her friend Alisa had just finished a two-week international business seminar in Shanghai as part of Columbia University's MBA program. With the school part behind them, Liana's sister Erika and friend Christina, and Alisa's husband, Alastair, and his friend Aaron joined them in China for some sight-seeing. The group was smooshed around a table in a cozy room of an opulent karaoke bar when Aaron began belting out his Guns 'N Roses repertoire.
NEWS
November 30, 2011
Bring on the potholes. The freeze and thaw of winter inevitably results in a rash of suspension-rattling, tire-popping, bone-jarring craters. But now you can fight back with one more tool: your smartphone. Pothole Alert , from Cab Match L.L.C., is a free application for iPhones and Android devices that is ridiculously simple to use for reporting potholes to local authorities and a website that logs and maps pothole locations. Launched last year in Washington, D.C., the app's coverage is now available in parts of 30 states, including some of North Jersey; on state roads throughout Pennsylvania; city streets in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, and county-maintained roads in Montgomery County.
NEWS
November 17, 2011 | By Jan Hefler, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Political turmoil in Medford Township intensified this week with the unexpected resignation of a council member even as embarrassed residents called for the ouster of the mayor, who is accused in a sex scandal. Councilman David J. Brown, a supporter of Mayor Chris Myers, abruptly quit Wednesday, citing work pressures. At two council meetings this month, about a dozen residents of the affluent Burlington County community clamored for Myers to step down or be removed, though he didn't show up for Monday's meeting.
TRAVEL
April 10, 2011 | By Ada Kulesza, For The Inquirer
In Bangkok, Thailand, the avenues were cloaked in motorcycle exhaust. Alleyways smelled of fish sauce and incense. It was chaos: people selling wares, and food spilling onto the sidewalk. They sold plastics, electronic scraps, lightbulbs, audio equipment, fruit, and juice - their voices like rubber bands snapping, in Thai. There were temples everywhere to duck into. One was tucked near a noodle stall. The golden tip of the stupa pierced the sky. In the promenade encircling the courtyard, golden Buddhas meditated in carved niches.
REAL_ESTATE
January 16, 2011 | By Al Heavens, Inquirer Columnist
I kept the e-mail, one of the thousands that pop into my in box each year, because something told me I might be able to use it someday. I didn't think it would take more than eight years, however. The sender was anonymous, but he was responding to a piece I had written in October 2002 about Pardee Homes, a Los Angeles firm celebrating 50 years in the Las Vegas market by building a house in 50 hours with 600 workers. Though that was unusual in itself, what made me write about it was that I could watch the entire process via webcam.
BUSINESS
June 13, 2010
"May I say to you that we have quite a good chance to survive. " "Our own view is that the labor-market recovery will be a grudging one, that consumers will enjoy only modest gains in wages and salaries for some time, and that consumer-spending growth will therefore prove disappointing. " - economist Joshua Shapiro "You won't lose votes bashing banks or big oil. There are real concerns about the impact of the spill on the economy and environment in the gulf, but politicians haven't worked out that BP is probably capable of making a 100 percent effort on the spill and also maintaining the dividend.
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