Philadelphia appoints new archbishop, City Council returns to session

    Good morning, Feeders! It’s still looking pretty ugly out there, so stick close for updates.

    We’ll have plenty of Archdiocese coverage for you today, as Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter cover the appointment of Archbishop Charles Chaput and the Catholic high school teachers strike.

     

    Tom MacDonald will clue us in on what to expect from Philadelphia City Council this year. Still on tap from the last session are redistricting, zoning and paid sick leave. Tom will also keep us updated on SEPTA delays.

    With all the Fringe Fest performances, how do you choose? Peter Crimmins will speak with the event organizer about how to get the most out of the fest, and Phil Gregory is tracking New Jersey flooding.

    Tune into NewsWorks Tonight for a piece from Maiken Scott about local Muslim culture post-9/11, plus details from the two-day Marcellus Shale Commission conference.

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