Villanova Socialite, Who Prefers a Butler to a Computer, Going to Prison After Hit and Run
Halladay Pulls Groin, Wins Anyway. The Phils ace suffered a mild groin pull in the second inning, but kept pitching as the Phils won, 4-2, and brought the series back to Philly tomorrow. [SI.com]
Forecast for This Winter: Not As Snowy. Weather dudes are predicting that this winter won’t be nearly as harsh as last year, with snowfall a tad below normal and temps higher than normal. (But The Scoop suggests you rush out to the Acme right now anyway and grab some milk and bread, ’cause you never know.) [Inquirer]
Germantown Settlement Fails to File $3 Million in Audits. It’s hardly the first time for the tax-sucking non-profit. Read more details of what a money pit it is in this story from the current issue of Philly Mag. [Inquirer]
Villanova Socialite, Who Prefers a Butler to a Computer, Going to Prison After Hit and Run. Villanovia socialite Suzanne Lammers, 77, who ran over a 13-year-old kid on his bike then pulled away in her Volvo, is going to the pokey for at least 90 days. In a piece on her daughter’s wedding last year, Lammers was quoted in the NY Times saying she doesn’t have a computer; “I much prefer having a butler.” The Scoop isn’t making this shit up, people. [Inquirer]
Arlene Ackerman Named Best Schools Chief in the Country. You just spit your coffee across the room, didn’t you?
Sestak Has Pulled into the Lead. A couple of new polls show Joe Sestak has actually passed Pat Toomey in the race for Senate. [Business Journal]