Butcher leaves Reading Terminal Market, nursing home faces lawsuit

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    Tom MacDonald already has a story in the works from this morning’s parking tax protest. It’s tax day for Tom: He’s also looking at gambling tax revenue, which is down in the Pennsylvania suburbs.Susan Philips is wrapping up some shale drilling coverage she began yesterday, which includes a look at varying tax reports by different agencies.Harry G. Ochs & Son is no longer a Reading Terminal Market staple. The butcher is out and heading to Manayunk. Karen O’Toole is wading through the RTM crowds to talk to locals about their thoughts on Ochs’ departure.Baldi Middle School in the Northeast is partnering with a local artist for ArtsRising, an initiative to sustain and foster arts education in the school. Peter Crimmins will look at the program and how schools are preparing for cuts to arts education funding.Maiken Scott is taking another look at Quadrangle. A suit has been filed against the Delaware County assisted living and nursing facility after employees were found to be abusing and neglecting patients. Maiken will examine the condition of employment at Quadrangle and similar facilities, compared with the level of care.We’ll be covering some other spot news today, as well, and reaching out to you for your thoughts on some of our stories. Meanwhile, tell us what you want to see on NewsWorks.

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