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NEWS
July 30, 2014
NO ONE should be held in jail for days on end because some federal agent wants to "run checks" on them to see whether it would be lawful to arrest them for something. In fact, the Fourth, Fifth and 14th Amendments to our Constitution prohibit that kind of tyrannical police-state behavior. Yet, Stu Bykofsky, in his column "Welcome, foreign felons," takes Mayor Nutter to task for upholding this basic American principle. The city has a policy, in place since mid-April, of refusing to honor non-binding "detainer" requests lodged by federal immigration authorities on prisoners in city jails whom our criminal justice system has determined should be released.
SPORTS
March 29, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Sixteen minutes. That's all the time Peter Forsberg needed to bolster the Colorado Avalanche's hopes of repeating as Stanley Cup champions. Forsberg was expected to be out for four months after surgery to repair tendons in his left foot on Jan. 10. He returned to the ice ahead of schedule yesterday, skating with injured teammate Dan Hinote at Colorado's practice facility. "It's great to be back on the ice - it's been a long time," Forsberg said. "There's been a lot of setbacks this year and I'm just happy to be on the ice again.
NEWS
March 14, 2014
PHILADELPHIA is now and always has been a city of immigrants, so it is good to see the Nutter administration pull away from a policy that allowed for harassment and deportation of immigrants, often after only minor brushes with the law. It's a major reversal for the administration, which had previously said it planned to make no major changes in its policy of the police cooperating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, better known as...
NEWS
March 5, 1989 | By Andrew Cassel, Inquirer Staff Writer
Men are men out here on the ice, but rules are rules, so Ed Gavin is careful to clean up the litter that accumulates around his fishing shanty, even if it isn't his trash. The alternative is a sure ticket from one of the fish-and-game wardens who regularly patrol this seasonal suburb a quarter-mile out from shore. "We don't even urinate on the ice," Gavin says, pointing out a half- filled gallon jug in the corner of his shanty and simultaneously puncturing an image of ice fishing as a primal male refuge.
NEWS
January 11, 1991 | By Joe Clark, Daily News Staff Writer
Here we go again . . . Monday it was snow. Wednesday it was ice. Today it's both. And it isn't going to get much better tonight when we'll get hit with rain, wind, fog and possible flooding. Between three and six inches of snow was expected to blanket the Philadelphia area before turning to sleet and freezing rain this afternoon. It began falling in Center City shortly after 8 a.m. The city's public and parochial schools ordered 12:30 p.m. closings and dozens of suburban schools were closed.
NEWS
December 17, 1990 | By Scott Huff, Special to The Inquirer
Central Bucks East and Central Bucks West will meet for the first time in scholastic ice hockey at 6:45 p.m. Thursday at the Face-Off Circle in Warminster. "This should be a very exciting week," Central Bucks East coach Andy Richards said. "The game will be played during the time of year where a lot of college kids are home on break and will get a chance to come to the game. "I expect the place to be sold out, and that means about 500 to 600 people. It should be a real emotional game, and I really don't expect either team to dominate the action.
SPORTS
June 6, 2010
From: Gonzalez, John I'm trying to make sense of the series with the teams tied 2-2. Has momentum shifted in favor of the Flyers or is it just a case of home ice advantage? Well there is no doubt that the fans play a big factor in motivating the team, but let's face it: The fans are not putting the puck in the net or stopping shots. The team is playing well. They know they are only two games away from winning the Stanley Cup - they are leaving it all on the ice.  It's true that the Flyers are ultimately responsible for putting the puck in the net, and it's a good thing they did that and held on to win Game 4. If they hadn't, they might have been responsible for 20,000 simultaneous cardiac arrests.
NEWS
March 11, 2004
Look at the photograph to the right. Then give a good reason why Vancouver Canuck hockey star Todd Bertuzzi shouldn't be prosecuted on the toughest possible charge for viciously punching Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore and then jumping on him. The rookie Moore suffered a broken neck. This incident can't be dismissed by saying pro hockey is a tough sport, or intoning that when Moore hit a Vancouver player in a previous game, he should have expected payback. The attack on Moore is about a crime.
SPORTS
October 8, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
The son of NHL great Patrick Roy yesterday pleaded guilty to assault for an on-ice beating that sparked a nationwide debate in Quebec about violence in hockey. In addition to the guilty plea, Jonathan Roy offered a $5,000 check to charity. A judge granted him absolute discharge, meaning the former goalie will have no criminal record. It also allows the budding singer to pursue a musical career in the United States. Quebec court Judge Valmont Beaulieu handed down his sentence a few hours after the 20-year-old Roy surprisingly pleaded guilty as his 2-day trial was set to begin.
NEWS
December 28, 1989 | By David T. Shaw, Special to The Inquirer
It is a nondescript building nestled between Lancaster Avenue and the railroad tracks in Paoli, and every day between October and March members of a unique club meet there to escape the winter doldrums. Welcome to the Philadelphia Curling Club, where 160 members come regularly to play a 400-year-old sport generally overlooked by Americans. This year the club, which was organized by a group of die-hard curlers from the Main Line, is marking its 32d season. It is the only place to curl in Pennsylvania.
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