Kenny on the spot!

A selection of spot news stories contributed to WHYY-FM in Philadelphia.

There is a new convenience store at West Chester University that is not like any other in the area. WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports the staff at The Ram Shop includes WCU students who are on the autism spectrum.
\https://whyy.org/articles/new-store-preps-west-chester-students-on-the-spectrum-for-the-working-world/
(Aired on WHYY-FM in Philadelphia on Sept. 6, 2019.)

Some residents of Hamilton, New Jersey don’t think their mayor did anything wrong. This week the Mercer County Prosecutors office charged Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede and her campaign manager Dan Scharfenberger with disorderly person offenses for revealing the arrest record of her then political opponent David Henderson. His record was supposed to have been expunged. Yaede defeated Henderson in the June Republican mayoral primary. But as WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports … many Hamiltonians are thinking … so what.
https://whyy.org/articles/some-hamilton-n-j-residents-call-charge-against-their-mayor-political/
(Aired on WHYY-FM in Philadelphia on Sept. 6, 2019.)

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office hopes that bringing job opportunities and other services to the community once a month will stem crime in the city. WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports that ‘The Hub’ is coming to a neighborhood near you.
https://whyy.org/articles/philly-da-hopes-resource-hub-can-improve-community-investment-reduce-crime/
(Aired on WHYY-FM in Philadelphia on Sept. 4, 2019.)

One of Pennsylvania’s largest banks has been expanding as federal regulators have been lessening scrutiny. WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports it’s part of a national trend.
(Aired on WHYY-FM in Philadelphia on Sept. 2, 2019.)

Police in New Jersey’s capital city are doing all they can to NOT have repeat of Memorial Day Weekend; where one person was killed and 15 others were wounded in two separate shootings. WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports a plan to combat the violence was implemented shortly after the flare up.
(Aired on WHYY-FM Philadelphia on July 5, 2019)

After a 30-year absence, a high school soccer program will return to the City of Chester. WHYY’s Kenneth Burns reports that the program for the Chester-Upland School District will begin in the fall with full funding from the professional soccer team the Philadelphia Union and other organizations.
https://whyy.org/articles/high-school-soccer-in-chester-returns-after-30-years/
(Aired June 6, 2019 on WHYY-FM in Philadelphia, Pa.)

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