Stories we’re chasing today at WHYY

    Good morning, Feeders, and welcome to another week! We’d like to welcome back Health & Science reporter Maiken Scott from maternity leave. Here are a few things we’re chasing today:

    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are on pothole patrol. They’re off to find the largest, nastiest holes, cracks and tire-deflating ditches in the area. Know of one? Feed the Feed with details.

    Tom MacDonald will be in West Oak Lane today where Mayor Michael Nutter will get an endorsement for his second term from the black clergy.

    Peter Crimmins is tackling a few things this morning, including looking into a pop-up studio in Mt. Airy being used by a textile artist.

    Carolyn Beeler is checking into a Bryn Mawr man who’s insurance license has been revoked for offering services like estate planning that he’s not qualified to provide. Carolyn’s out to see if this discovery will spark a change in policy or oversight.

    We’ll have all that and plenty more for you today. Now, go ahead and Feed the Feed to tell us what stories pique your interest and where the world’s worst pothole is.

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