Jerry Gaul


Jerry Gaul is a Web Curator for He is a graduate of Temple University, where he received a B.A. in Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media. Before joining PhillyVoice, Jerry served as Multimedia Content Producer for Sports for five years and interned at Comcast SportsNite when the Phillies broke the Curse of William Penn. He enjoys bowling, watching wrestling events and rooting for Philadelphia sports teams.

April 27, 2017


Downingtown high school administrator placed on leave for spat with teen demonstrators

A dean at a Chester County high school was placed on administrative leave after video surfaced this week of a heated exchange with pro-life demonstrators on campus.

April 27, 2017


Air Sex Championships returning to Philly next weekend

Start limbering up and practicing your hip movements now because a competition to determine who is the best at simulating sex on stage is coming back to a Philadelphia bar.

April 27, 2017


Philly unveils discount program for homeowners to install solar panels

A new energy inititive was launched this week to allow Philadelphia residents to install environmentally-friendly material on their homes at lower costs.

April 26, 2017


Police seize 62 toy guns from Jersey Shore boardwalk store

An Jersey Shore boardwalk shop owner was busted this week for allegedly selling toy guns that could easily be confused for real firearms, authorities said.

April 26, 2017


NFL draft prospects visit children at Philadelphia hospital

A day before the NFL draft, top prospects paid a special visit to young patients with special needs at a Philadelphia hospital.

April 26, 2017


Philly police officer charged for killing pedestrian in car crash

Philly police officer charged for killing pedestrian in car crash

April 26, 2017


Bill progresses in Pa. Senate to cut state funding to Planned Parenthood

Pennsylvania lawmakers moved forward this week on a bill that would cut state funding to Planned Parenthood, but the legislation faces strong opposition.

April 25, 2017


Study: New Jersey named one of most gambling-addicted states in U.S.

Bet you can't guess which Mid-Atlantic state is the most addicted to gambling.

April 25, 2017


Audit: Pa.'s unemployment system has major issues, 'must do better'

A major overhaul of Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation system is sorely needed, according to a recent probe that slammed state officials for ongoing problems.

April 25, 2017


SEPTA finalizes service coverage for NFL draft, Penn Relays in Philly

Philadelphia residents are bracing for a busy sports week that will attract visitors from around the globe to the city later this week.

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