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Hard times hit home in 'Cut Adrift'

Oct 25, 2014

Marianne Cooper's Cut Adrift: Families in Insecure Times tracks America in decline fb.me/6RVuB7BcT

TWU Local 234, SEPTA's largest union, to hold strike-authorization vote Sunday

inquirer.com — SEPTA bus drivers, subway and trolley operators and other transit workers will vote Sunday afternoon on authorizing a strike later this year or early next year.
Oct 24, 2014

SEPTA transit workers to hold strike authorization vote Sunday, but no strike imminent: inquirer.com/local/pa/phila…

Pa. to pay $1.82 billion to replace, maintain 558 bridges

inquirer.com — For a $1.82 billion project to replace 558 highway bridges over three years, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on Friday selected Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners.
Oct 24, 2014

PennDOT to pay $1.82 billion to replace 558 highway bridges: inquirer.com/business/20141…

More schools, more kids, more cooking!

inquirer.com — Seventy-five schoolchildren will be learning how to slice onions, cook pasta, roast vegetables, and make dinners like stuffed peppers and homemade tomato soup this fall as My Daughter's Kitchen cooking program continues to expand and evolve in its fourth season.