Artists lose interest in refurbished barn, embalming regulations pose conflict for rabbis

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    What happens when everyone on a city council quits? The people of Farmingdale, N.J., are about to find out, and Tom MacDonald will bring us the latest.
    Maiken Scott will have the story on Penn State funding that will benefit children’s services in Philadelphia, while Carolyn Beeler looks into Delaware River dredging and the call for an environmental impact study on the Atlantic sturgeon.

    Emma Jacobs will share scenes from last night’s National Night Out event in Fairhill Park, and she’ll wrap up the story she’s been working on about embalming regulations and the conflict they present for rabbis.

    Kevin McCorry will have the latest details on Pennsylvania’s voter ID fight.

    And on NewsWorks Tonight, Peter Crimmins will tell us how a New Jersey barn has managed to fall out of favor with artists, and Elisabeth Perez-Luna talks with immigrants watching the Olympics.

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