Public spaces get pianos, Newark Castle landfill becomes power source

    Good morning, feeders!

    Shirley Minn will start the day off at a landfill. She’ll tell us the story of the New Castle waste facility that will become a power source.

    Tom MacDonald is back on budget duty at City Hall, and he’s putting in some calls to get the latest on layoffs in the School District of Philadelphia.
    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are on a food mission today. They’re coming back with details on health food options from a place you might not expect.

    Carolyn Beeler and Maiken Scott have two health care stories on the way for us about a nurses conference and religious training for some health care workers.

    Phil Gregory will have the latest information on the Rutgers/Rowan merger opposition.

    And Emma Jacobs has a story on the way about work travel for students.

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