NewsWorks Tonight, September 11, 2014 – Full Show


    Elana Gordon reports on the 9/11 commemoration in Coatesville, PA, with some unusual ties to the former World Trade Center. Keystone Crossroads’ Marielle Segarra visits Pennsylvania cities that are finding new uses for old churches. Dave Heller talks with Ben Davis and Holly Logan, founders of the Philly Fixers Guild, who offer events for people to get household items repaired.  Peter Crimmins looks at a Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts exhibit of the work of alumnus David Lynch. Mt Airy resident Susan Chase tells her story of battling cancer in a Fringe Festival show. On this week’s Recap, new teacher Katherine Teevan talks about her work week in the Philadelphia School District. 

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