Pop-up garden comes down for winter, Camden still looking at fire rubble

    A garden popped up in Center City back in June. Today, it comes down. Peter Crimmins will be there to find out what the garden at 20th and Market accomplished, and if we can expect to see it again.

    First, Tom MacDonald will report from court, where three suspects will appear for their charges in the Tacony “dungeon” case.

    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are heading to Camden. In June, resident Melinda Banks told NewsWorks she was waiting for the rubble of large warehouse fires to be cleaned up. The rubble is still there. We’ll find out why and to what extent.

    Carolyn Beeler is going to a biotech conference today, and will have details for us on medical device taxes and the FDA regulations for the companies that make the devices.[

    As Halloween nears, activists are calling on Hershey to take a look at its ingredients and make their chocolate with things like fair trade cocoa. Jen Howard will speak to those behind the mission to determine what, specifically, activists want Hershey to do and if the company will follow through.

    In our continuing coverage of last Monday’s devastating fire in Roxborough, we meet Christine Lutz, who’s been running the now-charred bingo hall after a series of personal struggles.

    We’ve got those stories and more today, including some extra content and interviews on NewsWorks Tonight, which begins at 6 p.m.

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