Catching up with energy suppliers, examining a presidential tumor

    Good morning, Feeders! It’s a big day in Philadelphia City Council, with the soda tax, sick days bill and East Falls SVU center up for discussion. Tom MacDonald will break down the important details for us. Meanwhile, check out our coverage of the East Falls debacle here.

    It’s about time we’ve checked in with PECO, PPNL and other energy suppliers to see how they’re doing since the region’s energy industry became an open market. Lizz Fiedler will have some information for us on who’s switching their energy suppliers.

    Peter Crimmins is finishing up yesterday’s story about the stately tumor on display at the Mutter Museum, and he’ll bring us a preview of Comicon, which rolls into town this weekend.

    New Jersey unions are getting angry with George Norcross. Susan Phillips will have the latest on why the unions are miffed at the South Jersey power broker.

    In the mood for some Northwest Philly news? Here’s what’s on tap:

    Authorities are still investigating the fire above Black Olive restaurant in Mt. Airy.

    The West Oak Lane Jazz Fest is this weekend. We’ll have plenty of coverage, but get a little preview here.

    The Roxborough Library is open once more. Three weeks after closing for a broken air conditioner, the library has reopened its doors to neighborhood bookworms.

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