Women lobby for priesthood, stormwater goes green

    Good morning, Feeders! It’s a beautiful morning for a duck boat tour, should you be so inclined. If not, stick by your computer for updates from NewsWorks on former police inspector Daniel Castro and the latest on Philadelphia’s stormwater infrastructure.

     

    Tom MacDonald is already covering an annual event with women who want to be Catholic priests. He’ll share their stories with us later today.

    Lizz Fiedler is working on an interesting feature story, and then she’ll follow up on the jury’s split verdict on Castro.

    A decision is due today from N.J. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno about whether Olympian Carl Lewis can run for Senate. Phil Gregory will bring us word on the result.

    Carolyn Beeler is heading to an afternoon event with Mayor Michael Nutter and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to talk about the Philadelphia Water Department’s green stormwater infrastructure investments.

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