Headhouse Square to get a mural, more details coming on Penn State football charges

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Monday and Election Day Eve!

    Ahead of tomorrow’s election, we’ll take a look at historic voter turnouts in Philadelphia and some of the city’s big (but often overlooked) races.

    Tom MacDonald will work those angles, while looking into the Pennsauken Mart, which may soon be home to residential units.

    TEDxPhilly begins tomorrow, and there are some local hands leading discussions. Carolyn Beeler is tracking down two conference presenters to learn more about how Philadelphia is contributing to this year’s “The City” theme.

    Headhouse Square is getting a mural, and ?love is part of the initiative. Peter Crimmins will head to Second Street to get the details on the musical mural.

    Later today, Mary Wilson have more details for us on the abuse charges brought against former Penn State football defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. We’ll also have reaction from local PSA fans and alumni.

    We’ll have those stories and more today, with additional content on NewsWorks Tonight at 6 p.m.

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