TLA begins selling inventory, New Jersey ready to assist evacuees

    Good morning, Feeders! The great big TLA inventory sales begins this morning. Peter Crimmins will be there to see who’s poking around and what’s selling big. Listen for details on NewsWorks Tonight.

    Tom MacDonald will have more information for us on how New Jersey is planning to help those who need evacuation assistance, should Hurricane Irene prove to be too threatening.

    Lizz Fiedler will talk to some local PARS opponents and supporters about the national stance on immigration, and look into a new bus safety inspection program.

    Aaron Moselle is already in Neshaminy, where teachers’ ongoing contract dispute is colliding with a proposed state law to make teacher strikes illegal.

    Carolyn Beeler and Lindsary Lazarski will spend the day with some dogs in a Philadelphia emergency room. Yes, dogs.

    And Taunya English will have a back-to-school vaccine story for us.

    We’ve got those stories and more, including more details on the Arlene Ackerman departure.

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