Philly’s Firefighters Catch Heat for Tweeting

Plus: Officer Lorenzo's widow sues T.G.I. Fridays, a candidate emerges in Temple's search for a new prez, another NJ official arrested for DUI, and more of what the city is talking about today.

City Cracks Down on Firefighters Using Twitter. The city issued a three-page social media policy to the Philadelphia Fire Department. Thou shalt not tweet about the inefficiencies of the Fire Department. The union says it’s because Mayor Nutter can’t take the heat. [CBS 3]

Widow Sues T.G.I. Fridays. The widow of Philadelphia Police Officer Brian Lorenzo has filed suit against a Bensalem T.G.I. Fridays, alleging that they served too much alcohol to the man who was allegedly drunk and driving the wrong direction on I-95 when he struck and killed her husband in early July. [Inquirer]

Temple’s Next Prez. Neil D. Theobald has emerged as the sole candidate to be the 10th president of Temple University. Theobald is a 55-year-old graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He’s a first-generation college graduate and is currently serving as the senior vice president and chief financial officer of Indiana University. [Inquirer]

Phils Lose in D.C. There’s that Phillies offense we’ve grown accustomed to in 2012. Three hits and no runs couldn’t get it done in the final game of the Nats series. So much for the sweep. [Phillies]

Jersey Mayor Arrested for DUI. For the second time this week, an elected official in Gloucester County has been charged with a DUI. This time, it was Mayor Fred Grant of East Greenwich Township who was allegedly caught doing 91 in a 45 while over the legal limit early Wednesday morning. [NBC Philadelphia]

Pit Bull Suffocates in Chip Bag. A Montgomery County family is grieving over the loss of their four-year-old pit bull after she suffocated because she got a potato chip bag from the trash stuck over her face while the family was out. [Fox 29]