Philly cuts ribbon on juvenile justice center, SRC hold first meeting since school-closing details

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Philly’s got a brand-spanking new Juvenile Justice Center, and Tom MacDonald will be there for today’s ribbon cutting.Carolyn Beeler is heading over to CHOP to meet the parents of the conjoined twins the hospital recently separated. We’ll find out what went into the surgery and how the babies are doing.

    Peter Crimmins is putting together a feature for tomorrow about choral singers. While many are winding down their work schedules this time of year, these singers are in the thick of things.

    Emma Jacobs is finishing a story on self-employed people who won’t be taking much time off this holiday season, either.

    Kevin McCorry will have details on Philly’s bikeability score while Lizz Fiedler talks to researchers about the mysterious drop in crimes in the ’90s.

    And Ben Herold is headed to tonight’s School Reform Commission meeting. It’s the first since the Philadelphia School District announced plans to close 37 public schools.

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