SEPTA lottery winners come forward, Art Museum displays crafts

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Friday!

    We’ve got Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter heading over to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, where Archbishop Charles Chaput will announce the fate of at least some of the two dozen priests suspended last year.
    Kim is also teaming up with Tom MacDonald and Sarah Fleischman for a story about the SEPTA employees who recently won the lottery. The winners will announce themselves later this morning.

    Peter Crimmins and Brandon Reynolds are headed to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where it’s all about crafting. Peter will check out a new show and relay to us the history of craft in art.

    And Maiken Scott has a follow-up story on the scavenger hunt to find defibrillators around the city.

    Listen to NewsWorks Tonight at 6 p.m. for more details on the archdiocese announcement.

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