SEPTA cars damaged in flooding, Catholic high school teachers begin pickets

    Good morning, Feeders! It’s hit or miss with the weather today. Some spots have already experienced flooding today, while others remain bone dry.

    Tom MacDonald will look at the floods that left 12 SEPTA railcars damaged, and he’s also following up our coverage of Philadelphia’s councilmanic map redistricting.

    Lizz Fiedler will share of her interview with incoming Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput. Lizz will stay on the archdiocese beat today as she covers the first day of pickets by Catholic high school teachers.

    Peter Crimmins and Nat Hamilton will take us on a tour of 9/11 memorials in our area, and Peter will check in with Facebook Dave. For months now, David Kim has been doing everything Facebook tells him to. We’ll check in to see how he’s holding up.

    Today, look for full coverage from Carolyn Beeler, Scott Detrow and Susan Phillips from the Marcellus Shale Coalition conference at the Convention Center.

    And keep tabs on local roads and waterways with our storm gallery.

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