Libraries lobby to restore funding, research finds arthritis in younger dogs

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Kimmel Center stagehands last night announced a contract agreement, which Tom MacDonald will have more details on later. In the meantime, we’ll hear from Lizz Fieder about libraries working to restore the funding cuts from city and state budgets. How has your local library been impacted by cuts? Share your story in the comments section.

    Arthritis is popping up in younger and young dogs. Kimberly Haas will have the latest on why and the living conditions linked with the ailment. Kim is also working on a breast cancer story for Monday — just in time for the weekend’s three-day walk.

    Peter Crimmins is checking into events at the Allentown Art Museum and Bartram’s Garden, and on Monday will have more information for on the philosophy-based theater performances we told you about yesterday.

    Right now, you can check out the full story on a plan in the 4th Councilmanic District on how homeowners in the Northwest are dealing with the growing college student population.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, get an audio tour of Independence Mall from a guide who knows the sounds best.

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