Burglar hits Phillies pitcher’s Wash. Home

    Find some sort of one-of-a-kind Phillies paraphernalia? 

    It could be hot.

    Police are searching for suspects who burglarized the Mount Vernon, Wash., home of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick.

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     Lt. Chris Cammock said Monday that the thieves took Kendrick’s 2008 World Series ring and other valuable items.

     Cammock says he wants to alert the public in case Kendrick’s items are resold on the secondary market.

    So, Heads up!

    President Obama to Hold Energy Town Hall in Philadelphia Area


    WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, April 6, President Obama will travel to the Philadelphia area to discuss his long-term plan to protect consumers against rising oil prices and decrease oil imports as well as key components of his broader energy plan to diversify all of our energy sources, ensuring a cleaner, safer, and more secure energy future.  The President will visit Gamesa Technology Corporation in Fairless Hills, where he will hold a town hall discussion with workers about building a 21st century clean energy economy to win the future. Gamesa’s Fairless Hills wind-energy turbine manufacturing facility employs approximately 300 workers and was built at a former U.S. Steel industrial site.


    This past Wednesday, President Obama outlined his plan for America’s energy security in a speech at Georgetown University.  Today, speaking at a UPS shipping facility in Landover, MD, he highlighted a National Clean Fleet Partnership to assist large companies in reducing diesel and gasoline use in their fleets by incorporating electric vehicles, alternative fuels, and fuel-saving measures into their daily operations.

    The President’s town hall discussion at Gamesa Technology Corporation will be open to pre-credentialed members of the media, as will the arrival and departure of Air Force One in Philadelphia. 


    Members of the media who wish to cover town hall event must RSVP here by 12:00 p.m. EST Monday, April 4th.


    Media wishing to cover the arrival/departure of Air Force One need to RSVP here by 12:00 pm EST Monday, April 4th



    Energy Town Hall at Gamesa Corporation: Fairless Hills, PA

    Gamesa Technology Corporation, Inc

    400 Gamesa Drive

    Fairless Hills, PA 19030


    Date: April 6, 2011 –  2:00pm

    Open press event


    Press Entrance: East Parking Lot


    Pre-set Time: 8:00 – 9:00am


    USSS Sweep: 9-11


    Doors Open: 12pm

    Doors Close: 1:30pm


    Sat truck parking: East Parking Lot


    Cable Run: 600

    Throw: 45


    Internet and Wireless Available


    Audio and Lighting: Television


    Contact for logistical and planning purposes only: Deesha Dyer | deesha_dyer@who.eop.gov | 202-503-5816


    Air Force One Arrival/Departure-Philadelphia 

    Atlantic Aviation8375 Enterprise AvePhiladelphia, PA 19153 

    Pre-set airport at 9:00am at Gate 10A

    During pre-set, vehicles may drive and temporarily park at Gate 10A.  By 9:00 a.m., all vehicles (except for SAT trucks) need to be moved to Atlantic Aviation. Media will not have access to their equipment from 9:00-10:00 a.m.Press Access at Gate 10A: 10:00 a.m.Final Access: 10:45 a.m. AF1 Approximate Arrival Time: 1:10 p.m.AF1 Approximate Departure Time: 4:20 p.m. Media may leave the airport after arrival but must return to Gate 10A by 3:15p.m. to cover departure.  Throw: 150 ft Cable Run: 200 ft SAT truck parking at Gate 10A, arrive between 8:00-9:00 a.m.  Parking will be directed on site.  To reach gate 10A, continue past Atlantic Aviation, turn right at Island Avenue (the only possible turn) and Gate 10A is approximately 130 ft down on the left side.  Turn in and wait for an airport official to provide access and directions. All other vehicles must be parked at:

    Atlantic Aviation8375 Enterprise AvePhiladelphia, PA 19153 Contact for logistical and planning purposes only: Deesha Dyer | deesha_dyer@who.eop.gov | 202-503-5816



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