Crozer-Keystone to cut jobs, Council revists homeless feedings in Philadelphia

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is back in City Council chambers where Philadelphia will take another step toward holding a hearing on feeding the city’s homeless outside.

    Carolyn Beeler will get the details on job cuts at Crozer-Keystone and what’s prompting the health care network to unload more than 300 positions. She’ll also have a story for us on a conference that looks at the medical and legal implications of medical donation payments.

    Peter Crimmins is working on a feature story for tomorrow’s NewsWorks Tonight broadcast, and will have a story today on a new exhibit in town.

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    Lizz Fiedler is wrapping up her latest story on Philadelphia’s bandit signs and how one neighborhood has decided to gamify the removal process.

    And Kevin McCorry will check in with Bucks County where an elderly man has been in three car accidents this week.

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