Persistent cough found along Main Line, North Philly developers face city scrutiny

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz will hold a press conference this morning about Temple University-area developers. Lizz Fiedler will be there to hear what he’s got to say, what developers are doing and how the residents view things.

    Carolyn Beeler has an interesting story in the works about a persistent cough affecting small clusters around the U.S. And one of them is on the Main Line. She’ll also have a story on anatomical mapping and its impact on cartography. We’ll hear from the editor of Gray’s Anatomy. The book, not the TV show.

    Mitt Romney might not need Pennsylvania, but do the local Republicans need him? Dave Davies has a story on the way about local races and how they’d be impacted by more presence from Romney.

    Peter Crimmins is checking out the annual Design Philadelphia exhibits.

    And we’re also looking into the admittance practices at local universities amid a Supreme Court hearing on affirmative action.

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