Local Penn State alumni weigh in on firings, DRBC releases drilling regulation guidelines

    Good morning, Feeders! Hope you’re ready for a busy day.

    Here’s just some of what we’ve got on tap:

    Archdiocese officials charged with sex abuse return to court, day two of the Vince Fumo re-sentencing hearing, reaction from local Penn State alumni and developments with the Occupy Philly warming station.

    Tom MacDonald and Dave Davies will have updates on the court appearances for us, while Jen Howard tracks down local alumni to discuss the latest developments in Happy Valley and Carolyn Beeler looks at an angle that’s been mostly under-reported so far: Sandusky’s alleged victims.

    Peter Crimmins will have an interview later with the First Person Arts Fest organizer, and Lizz Fiedler is wrapping up part two of her Back from Iraq series.

    The Delaware River Basin Commission has published natural gas drilling regulations, but what’s the next step? Carolyn Beeler walks us through the guidelines and what they mean.

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