NewsWorks Tonight, August 31, 2015 – Full Show


    Todd Bookman  looks at a new PennDOT website that will help drivers learn about road construction projects. Dave Heller and New Jersey Watchdog’s Mark Lagerkvist discuss the “double-dipping” practices of many New Jersey sheriffs. collecting salaries and pensions. Katie Colaneri visits the Bucks County nuns who are baking the communion wafers for the Papal Mass.  Dave Heller and the Franklin Institute’s Derrick Pitts talk about astronomers’ plans to seek names for hundreds of celestial bodies. Peter Crimmins reviews the career of painter and art school founder Nelson Shanks, who passed away last week.

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