Good morning, Feeders, and happy Hoagie Day! You’ll have to wait until noon to get your free piece of the 4.5 ton Wawa Welcome America hoagie. Have patience and enjoy some news in the meantime.
The trial for the controversial Danieal Kelly case begins tomorrow. Tom MacDonald will bring us up to speed on the case, which was supposed to have sparked changes in Philadelphia’s social worker procedures. What’s the story five years later?
Campbell’s Soup Co. has announced nearly 800 layoffs, including more than 100 in Camden. We’ll get the story behind the cuts, the future of the company and what’s next for its employees.
There’s been a new report on the cost of community colleges. Tuitions are almost always on the rise at higher education facilities, but how will state funding cuts and rising costs affect attendence at community colleges and universities? Tom is chasing that story, as well.
Last night, local kidney donors met their organ-receivers for the first time. Mara Zepeda has the story on the matches and their post-donation/transplant lives.
There’s a different type of swim lesson happening this summer at the Kroc Center. World-class swim coach Jim Ellis is hosting competitive swim classes at the East Falls center for kids ages 6 to 15.
A Germantown Park will be transformed in a rain garden. Come the fall, Vernon Park will begin to manage stormwater after a push from neighbors, community groups and the Philadelphia Water Department to make better use of the space.
We’ve got that and more for you today, plus extra interviews and details at 6 p.m. during our NewsWorks Tonight broadcast.