Now That John Bolaris Is Out at FOX29, Will He Tell His Side of the Story?

Plus: Ryan Madson is going to Cincinnati, the Archdiocese is hearing appeals from closing schools, the Phantoms' new home is a go, and more of what the city's buzzing about today.

In Case You Missed It … John Bolaris is no longer employed by FOX 29. Dan Gross and David Gambacorta have written a detailed timeline of the whole Bolaris saga, but couldn’t get a comment on the terms of the weatherman’s split from the station, except that the move was allegedly mutual. Also, Crossing Broad is appealing to Bolaris, offering him the opportunity to tell his uncensored side of all of the stories on the site typically dedicated to local sports. [Daily News]

Romney Takes New Hampshire. He does so handily as Paul and Huntsman finish second and third respectively. Rick Santorum’s sweater vests and Newt Gingrich battled it out for fourth place. [Inquirer]

Ryan Madson is a Cincinnati Red. For at least one season … for a price of $8.5 million. [The 700 Level]

Archdiocese of Philadelphia to Hear Appeals From Closing Schools. The 49 schools recommended to close will have an opportunity to sway the Archdiocese and earn a stay of execution. The final list will be unveiled next month. [FOX 29]

Second Pizza Delivery Guy Robbed in Camden. On Sunday, a delivery driver was lured to an abandoned house and beaten and robbed. While he’s still in critical condition at Cooper University Hospital, police believe the same people attacked a second delivery driver last night. Camden pizza joints are on alert. [6 ABC]

Sixers Win Sixth Straight. Is it good when you win by 27 points? [FOX 29]

Allentown Okays New Arena Project. The Allentown Planning Commission gave the green light to start construction on a 360,000 square foot arena that will be the new home for the Phantoms in 2013. And it’s a good thing they did because demolition for the project started last week. [WFMZ]

Flyers Take Care of Canes. Couturier and Schenn both found the net as Philly earned two points with a 2-1 win. [Daily News]

Hey Commuters. The Media/Elwyn line is suspended in both directions after a train struck and killed a pedestrian in Delco. Plan accordingly. [NBC Philadelphia]