Good morning, Feeders! If you haven’t already, get your shovels and rock salt ready. We could get one to six inches of snow overnight. Or, just prepare to take your first sick day of 2011. Here’s what we’re working on for you today:
State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams could be running for Philadelphia mayor. Tom MacDonald’s chasing this story, and we’ll bring you updates as they come in.
It wouldn’t be much of a surprise given the economy, but Philadelphia’s bright, shining commercial light, Piazza at the Schmidts, might be in trouble. Swift Half Pub shut it’s doors recently, and more businesses could be on their way out. Shai Ben-Yaacov is getting the details.
The National Constitution Center is hosting a Constitution reading-watching party this morning as Congressional members read the document aloud on the House floor. Peter Crimmins will head to the NCC to see who’s watching.
Susan Philips will be in Tinicum Township, Delaware County, today to talk with people who’s homes are on the chopping block due to Philadelphia International Airport’s expansion.
New Jersey has upgraded the charges that come with assaulting a health care worker. Meggan Kole will find out just what the charges are and if other states will follow suit.
Here at NewsWorks, we’re also debating about if and how to cover the upcoming Wing Bowl. Aside from the morbid fascination of watching people gorge themselves on wings, what questions do you have about the Wing Bowl would you like to have answered?
Feed the Feed to tell us which stories caught your eye.