Rutgers-Camden meeting addresses merger, dinosaur gets a missing bone

    Good morning, Feeders, and happyy Groundhog Day!

    We’ll two big stories for you on NewsWorks Tonight. Carolyn Beeler will share details of a meeting at Rutgers-Camden about the plan to fold some of its programs into Rowan University, and Lizz Fiedler has an analysis of Philadelphia’s new crime prevention strategy.

    Today we’ll also look at how Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania compare in their renewable power efforts.

     

    Emma Jacobs is spending time with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission today as she rounds out a story on transportation.

    Lizz will also have details on Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett’s new plan to raise the limit on the food stamps asset test.

    Peter Crimmins and photographer Emma Lee are going to the Franklin Institute where, with help from the Academy of Natural Sciences, a dinosaur will get a bone it’s been missing.

    We’ll have those stories and more today, including work from our content partners, so stick close.

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