Rutgers performers address education changes, local architects get to work in NYC

    Good morning, Feeders! Happy Valentine’s Day to those of you who celebrate the occasion. Rather not? We’ve got some suggestions for alternative celebrations.

    Business will continue as usual today as couples wed in City Hall and the Reading Terminal Market.

    Lizz Fiedler will have a story on the closure appeals in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and later this week she’ll have the story on a historic city treasure.

    Tom MacDonald is tracking overnight busts by the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office and looking into a recent Pew poll.

    Peter Crimmins is talking with Rutgers performers who’ve put together a play to address the recently announced plan to reconfigure higher education in South Jersey.

    Emma Jacobs will chat with locally-based landscape architects. You’ve seen their work around here, but they’ve got something else brewing in New York City.

    Taunya English is in Malvern where Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett is visiting Siemens Medical Solutions to check out what’s new in the medical device world and discuss his budget proposal.

    Look for those stories and more today on the site, and listen for details on NewsWorks Tonight.

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