FBI Investigates Threats Against Villanova Students

Plus: The Phillies walk off victorious, former Yahoo president takes job in Conshohocken, Monsignor Lynn to be sentenced, and more of what the city is talking about today.

FBI Investigates Threats at Villanova. The FBI and the Radnor Township Police Department are working cooperatively to investigate several threats made against students at Villanova University. [NBC Philadelphia]

Phils Walk Off on Wigginton Fly Ball. The Phils fell down 6-2 to the Brewers in the middle of Monday night’s game. Entering the bottom of the ninth, the good guys were down three runs. The team was 0-42 when trailing after eight innings. Then, three hits, three walks and a Ty Wigginton sacrifice fly let the Fightin’s walk off victorious. [Phillies]

Msgr. Lynn to Be Sentenced. Monsignor William Lynn is expected to be sentenced on Tuesday after a jury convicted him of endangering the welfare of a child. Lynn’s defense attorneys have been lobbying for their client to serve a term of house arrest. Prosecutors want Monsignor Lynn to serve the maximum seven years in a state penitentiary. [Inquirer]

Cop “Tracks Down” Woman He Saw in Traffic. A South Jersey cop is accused of using a national database to track down a woman he saw in traffic. He allegedly sent her a friend request on Facebook and then emailed her identifying himself as a the police officer that had waved to her in traffic. [Daily News]

Former Yahoo Exec Lands at Conshy Firm. Scott Thompson—the former Yahoo prez that was forced to leave after the fiasco over his resumé—has taken a post as the chief executive of ShopRunner, a Conshohocken e-commerce start-up. [Reuters]

Peter Nero Promoted by Philly Pops? Amid the controversy surrounding Nero’s contract, Encore Series has decided to give Nero the new title of “artistic director” and has agreed to a new deal. Effectively, they had tried to oust Nero, but promoted him instead. [Inquirer]

Philly’s Economy Surpasses Thailand’s. The Huffington Post has a roundup of U.S. cities with larger economies than entire countries. Philly comes in at the seventh spot with a GMP of $352.7 billion. Thailand’s only got a GDP of $345.6 billion. [Huffington Post]