Parking Authority discusses accessible cabs, Lynn gets final pretrial hearing

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    Kevin McCorry is at the Criminal Justice Center where Philadelphia Monsignor William Lynn is at his last pretrial hearing before jury selection begins for the archdiocese priest sexual abuse and cover-up trial.

    Lizz Fiedler got an early start, too. She’ll have the story on the private, all-girls high school that’s recruiting transfer students from the four Philadelphia parochial high schools slated to close.
    Peter Crimmins is reporting on the Princeton battlefield. Washington fought there, but does that make it sacred enough to prevent development?

    Maiken Scott will have more details on the proposed merger of Rutgers-Camden and Rowan University, as well as a story about maternity care for low-income women.

    Emma Jacobs will finish up a story on local landscape architects working on a project in New York City while Tom MacDonald sits in on a Philadelphia Parking Authority hearing on accessible cabs.

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