Citizens Bank Park hosts job fair, Penn faces ghostwriting violation allegations

    Good morning, Feeders! Developments are expected today in the court cases against former CHOP executive Roosevelt Hairston Jr.; Danieal Kelly’s father, Daniel Kelly; and James Troutman, accused killer of a 9-year-old girl.

    But it’s not all doom and gloom. Mara Zepeda is heading to Citizens Bank Park for a job fair to find out who’s hiring and who’s applying. She’ll also look at whether tax incentives will bring more hotels to Philadelphia.

    Lizz Fiedler is heading to Camden to follow up on the police and fire layoffs and some of the subsequent rehirings.

    Penn is facing accusations over a ghostwriting scandal that’s got a professor crying foul. Carolyn Beeler will look into the university’s ghostwriting policy and ask some questions about how Penn will proceed with the allegations. You can the full story from the Inquirer.

    Carolyn will also have details from Hairston’s plea hearing for the allegations against him of fraud and money laundering.

    Phil Gregory will break down the latest numbers for New Jersey school aid.

    Philly’s got some ties to the U.S. Women’s soccer team. Monika Zaleska will let us know what they are.

    Check in later with the Roxborough/East Falls/Manayunk page for the preliminary hearing for Gregory Mitros. Mitros is in court for the death of his wife last month. The hearing was postponed from last week.

    Philadelphia’s Ethics Board is still looking into whether Councilwoman Donna Reed Miller’s officer used city equipment to print campaign materials. We’ve got a status update from the board.

    Stick close for updates from a protest scheduled today at Chelten Plaza.

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