District will weigh in on blogging teacher, jellyfish return to the Shore

    Good morning, Feeders! Today could be the last time you see Natalie Munroe’s name in the headlines. Her school district is holding a press conference today to discuss why the Central Bucks East teacher will return to the classroom after blogging about her students.

    While you wait anxiously for that news, Tom MacDonald will have more information for us about Philadelphia’s redistricting process. Don’t forget that you dont have to leave the remapping up to City Council.

    Lizz Fiedler will have a feature story for us on flashmobs — or whatever you’re calling them — with thoughts from victims, police and the city on what can be done to quell them.

    Mara Zepeda will fill us in later on a legal case involving a woman who is fighting for the estate of her now-deceased lover.

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    Carolyn Beeler is talking gluten and jellyfish today. As the FDA readies to define what “gluten-free” means and who it benefits, the jellyfish are back at the Shore. Carolyn will talk to experts on both topics to separate fact from fiction on the health benefits of gluten-free foods and what brings jellies to the Shore.

    As we near the November election, Philadelphia’s independent candidates are gearing up for their campaigns. With signatures due earlier this week, it’s time for them to get themselves out there. Here’s some information on Brian Rudnick and Jim Foster, Cindy Bass’ 8th District opponents.

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