Bank of American adds jobs in Del., Catholic schools await appeal decisions

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Look for a story later today from Lizz Fiedler about Catholic school closure appeals and the atmosphere in the classrooms as students await their schools’ fates.

    First, Tom MacDonald, Kevin McCorry and Emma Lee are teaming up to cover a bill being discussed in City Council today. If Councilman Bill Green has his way, people will be able to contest Philadelphia parking tickets online. We’ll have a story on that, and a story about Councilman Bobby Henon’s similar bill to fight city violations online.

    Peter Crimmins is headed to Bucks County and will have a story for us tomorrow on the latest goings-on at the Bucks County Playhouse.

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    Mark Eichmann will report from Delaware on the addition of 500 local Bank of America jobs.

    Got a caffeine problem? Maiken Scott will explain an app developed at Penn State that tracks your caffeine use and helps you make more informed intake decisions.

    And Emma Jacobs will have the latest details on Sunoco refinery layoffs.

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