The Buzz: More rain | Philly’s problems with smog, poverty | Northern Home expanding | Curfew changes

Good morning, Philly. Bring your umbrella today, rain and high humidity are in the forecast. Tomorrow heavy rain might cause flooding.

PennEnvironment says Philly has a smog problem. The Inquirer explains.

A report from the Pew Research Center on the State of the City says Philly residents are struggling with higher poverty and lower incomes. Wealth disparity is increasingly divided on racial lines according to recent census data. The Daily News breaks down the findings.

Northern Home for Children on  is seeking to increase its capacity for teen moms and their kids, by renovating vacant 140-year old Merrick Hall on its Ridge Avenue campus. Newsworks explains.

Revisions to Philly’s youth curfew will be considered by City Council today, according to the Inquirer. The new version will have different rules for different age groups and will apply all week.

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