Good morning, Feeders! Could it finally be happening? Ocean City, N.J., restaurant owners have the signatures they need to push for legislation to allow the Shore town’s eateries to become BYO alcohol. Tom MacDonald will take a closer look at both sides of this long-time debate.
Lizz Fiedler wil have more details for us on the Chestnut Hill College professor who committed suicide yesterday while teaching a class.
Mara Zepeda will talk to some of the journalists who brought the National Association of Black Journalists to Philadelphia this week to find out what some of the highlights of this week’s conferences have been, and what’s next for the NABJ.
The father and son behind NFL Films are getting a pretty big honor: a spot in the pro football Hall of Fame. Peter Crimmins will take a look back at the work of New Jersey-based Ed and Steve Sabol and what NFL Films has in store.
While Carolyn Beeler gets details on a Medicare loophole that could pay (or cost) big for some states, look for a feature from her later about jellyfish down the Shore and what experts say about the species’ presence there.
NASA launched rockets out of Roxborough this week. Students with NASA’s youth science camp blasted off their mini space ships from Roxborough High School as they learned about math, science and space.
The Night Market’s debut in Mt. Airy last night proved to be a huge success, parking issues aside. Here’s preliminary coverage, and stay tuned for more.