Good morning, Feeders! Welcome back from the long weekend. Let’s trade the stories about fireworks and parades for ones about heroin overdoses and FDA warnings, shall we?
Tom MacDonald’s got the details on this city’s work-ready program. We’ll find out what the City Hall interns will be up to this summer.
Eleven people were treated for heroin overdoses in Camden this weekend, but this isn’t the first time the drug took a more dangerous turn. Lizz Fiedler will fill us in.
Mara Zepeda is gathering more information on a lawsuit involving a road rage incident on the Walt Whitman Bridge.
A poll from the University of the Sciences finds half of high school students aren’t interested in health and science careers. What does this mean for them and for Philly’s eds and meds environment?
Monika Zaleska has the full story on the Arch Street meeting house, which has been designated a national historic landmark.
Taunya English is following up on an FDA warning issued to a Bucks County herb company based on the way the company is marketing its products.
Dillon Buckely will have full details on developments at Philadelphia’s two newest Promise Neighborhoods.
Check in with our Delaware page later for the swearing in of the new transportation secretary and Chris Coons’ appearance on MSNBC.
Did you skip the local flavor to spend the Fourth on the Parkway? We’ve got photos from Manayunk’s parade and Chestnut Hill’s kids’ bike parade, and video of folks weighing in on Philadelphia’s national presence on Fourth of July.