NewsWorks Tonight, July 22, 2015 – Full Show

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    Joe Hernandez reviews Camden County’s transportation plans for the Pope’s September visit to Philadelphia. Dave Heller and St. Joseph’s University professor Richard George discuss the future of the supermarket industry, in light of A&P’s announced bankruptcy. Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on Delaware’s plan to deal with too many charter schools for the number of students in Wilmington. Dave Heller and Brian Hickey talk about a controversy in Camden over excess towing charges. Peter Crimmins tells about a play in Chester that aims to shine a light on the city’s cultural assets.

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