Philly pitches in to help Sandy victims, damage has some brides panicking

    Good morning, Feeders!

    As life returns to normal in the Delaware Valley, locals are pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey.

    Emma Jacobs will have the details on Philly firefighters’ efforts in New York City, and Azusa Uchikura will talk to those stepping up to donate blood.Peter Crimmins has a feature on Republican theater in the works to look for in the coming days, and Tom MacDonald is back at the Shore today surveying damage and talking to homeowners.

    Lizz Fiedler is wrapping up a story about brides scrambling to pull off weddings in South Jersey this weekend.

    Ben Herold has another schools story in the works and Taunya English will look into how water treatment plants are getting through the Sandy aftermath.

    And Kevin McCorry is looking for folks in Gloucester City who ignored New Jersey’s executive order to postpone trick-or-treating until Monday.

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