Camden County will use sewage for heat, local teacher gets seat at State of the Union

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    Monsignor William Lynn is back in court today as his lawyer tries to prevent some priest abuse accusations from being used as evidence in Lynn’s trial. We’ll have an update on that.

    Lizz Fiedler is catching up with a local teacher who will be a guest at the upcoming State of the Union address. We’ll find out what it takes to get invited.
    Carolyn Beeler is heading to Camden County where sewage is being converted into thermal energy. She’ll also check in with protesters lobbying to get a Delaware County boy into the Milton Hershey School.

    Peter Crimmins will tell us about a new development website coming to town and what we can expect from the new season of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

    Emma Jacobs has a story today on Philly health programs, their funding and how the city will look different as zoning and new programs are implemented.

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