Flu trends get app, Marlton gets accountable care organization

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    If you’re looking for a news fix before the weekend, stick with us today for stories on the flu, biofuels, college drinking, city contracts and building demolitions.Tom MacDonald and Zack Seward are teaming up for the latest details about the flu that seemingly everyone everywhere has. Zack will tell us about an app that tracks the virus.

    Emma Jacobs is at the latest hearing for Philadelphia’s Church of the Assumption, while Peter Crimmins gets the details on the end of the road for a well-known Gettysburg building.

    Carolyn Beeler will have a story on an accountable care organization coming to Marlton, N.J. It’s one of more than 100 of such organizations opening around the country.

    Holly Otterbein has a story in the works about city contracts in Philadelphia, and Lizz Fiedler will have more information on yesterday’s story about the city’s newspapers. She’ll also file a story about college drinking and how one city university tries to combat it.

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