Local Amtrak route faces cuts, study examines physician drop-out rates

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is in City Council today for the latest on a proposed development in Eastwick and Southwest Philly residents’ concerns over floods.

    Emma Jacobs will have a story on the Philly-Harrisburg Amtrak service and some potential cuts, while also looking into heat a local app developer is getting.

    Maiken Scott is looking into a study on physician drop-out rates and the driving force behind them, as well as the impact a contaminated steroid warning is having in New Jersey.

    Lizz Fiedler will have a story on a hyperlocal take on fundraising, while Peter Crimmins catches up with an Iraqi poet visiting Bryn Mawr.

    And Phil Gregory is looking into an anti-fraud effort for New Jersey unemployment benefits.

     

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