Good morning, Feeders!
Kevin McCorry is off to the Northeast to hear what Archbishop Charles Chaput has to say about Philadelphia’s 17 Catholic high schools.
And Tom MacDonald and Emma Lee have plans in West Chester, where Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will appear.
How much mold does it take to close a school? Carolyn Beeler will find out why mold is keeping a South Jersey school closed, while also looking into Chinese researchers’ study of local pandas.
Zack Seward is wrapping up his story from yesterday on geography and charitable giving.
And Peter Crimmins is checking out a new knitting lab.