Playing board games with Penn and touring Kensington’s most blighted properties

    Good morning, Feeders, and Happy Leap Day!

    Later today, Taunya English will have story for us about a board game developed at Penn that tracks the life of a historic Philadelphia figure.
    First, Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter will take us inside a blighted Kensington property with a guy who’s trying to spur neighborhood renewal.

    Emma Jacobs will have the details on a fuel storage zoning change at Marcus Hook while Peter Crimmins brings us a preview of a development dispute at the Princeton battlefield.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, listen for Maiken Scott’s interview with a woman who turns 100 today — or is she only 25?

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