Mitt Romney Tried to Order a Meatball “Sub” at Wawa While He Was Avoiding Ed Rendell

Plus: A barricaded shooter surrenders in Doylestown, Mayor Nutter becomes president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Jim Furyk can't hold his U.S. Open lead, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Romney’s Wawa Stop. Mitt Romney’s “Every Town Counts” bus tour rolled through the Keystone State over the weekend. The plan was for the Republican presidential candidate to stop at a Wawa in Quakertown, but when the Romney campaign found out that Ed Rendell and 250 protesters were there, they bagged the visit. Luckily, they were in Bucks County, where there’s a Wawa every few miles. They stopped at a different location so Romney could order a meatball “sub” and take a picture with a Little League team. [Inquirer]

Doylestown Shooter Surrenders. A police officer from Clifton, New Jersey had barricaded himself yesterday in the Doylestown home of his estranged wife. He had been firing sporadically at police and injured one of the officers at the scene before surrendering late Sunday night. [Inquirer]

That’s President Mayor Nutter, to You. Mayor Nutter was sworn in as the new president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors during the organization’s 80th annual meeting. Antonio Villaraigosa—the outgoing mayor of Los Angeles—turned the gavel over to Mayor Nutter on Sunday. [PR Newswire]

Furyk Can’t Hold on to Open Lead. West Chester native Jim Furyk couldn’t hold onto his lead in the final round of the PGA’s U.S. Open. Furyk’s back nine on Sunday gave way to a slew of competitors vying for the major. Webb Simpson ended up winning the tournament. [Fox News]

Thousands Run the Gary Papa 5K. Thousands of runners turned out yesterday for an annual run to raise money for research and bring attention to prostate cancer. A number of Action News personalities participated, along with Temple basketball coach Fran Dunphy and the Philadelphia Union’s John Hackworth. The annual run was named for Gary Papa after he died of prostate cancer in 2009. [6 ABC]

Detective Fired for Supposed OT Abuse. A Philadelphia homicide detective has been fired amid allegations that he earned a bunch of overtime pay by checking into court in the morning, going back to his brand-new, half-million-dollar home in Bustleton to hang out, and then returning to court to check back out at the end of the day. [Daily News]

Boy Drowns in Delco. A young boy drowned on Sunday in a community pool in Delaware County. Initial reports pegged the boy’s age to be approximately 12, but the medical examiner’s office believes he was actually eight. [NBC Philadelphia]

City Passes on “.Philly” Domain. A few major cities—including New York—have applied for new domain names now that you can end a web address in pretty much “.anything.” Philadelphia’s Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid says that the city passed on the opportunity to register “.Philly.” He cited a hefty price tag and lack of competition for the domain as reasons Philly can do without the new web address for now. [CBS Philadelphia]