Camden businesses face a curfew, Neshaminy teachers still without a contract

    Good morning, Feeders! Camden unveiled its budget plan just last night, so Lizz Fiedler will have more for us on that and how businesses owners are reacting to the curfew Council implemented.

    Tom MacDonald is in the gold business today. He’s heading to jewlery and cash-for-gold stores to talk to buyers and sellers about what gold is worth today, given our current economic standing.

    Carolyn Beeler is heading to West Philly, where healthy food carts are making the rounds with, what else, bikes. She’ll talk to vendors and customers about how the health trucks compare with the average food carts.

    Jen Howard will talk to teachers and administrators in Neshaminy, where after years without a contract, the teachers just might strike.

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    Read about the latest challenge issued in Philadelphia’s City Council race, and what 8th District candidate Jim Foster has to say about it.

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