Morning Headlines: Northern Liberties Sinkhole Leaves Resident With No Water
• Hear what the Water Department had to say about the sinkhole that appeared in Northern Liberties this Thursday. 6ABC got an up close look.
• The Inquirer’s Stephan Salisbury tells us activist group Avenging the Ancestors Coalition wants to challenge the city’s plans regarding the Mother Bethel burial ground at beneath Weccoe Playground.
• Could there be a mixed-use development in Rittenhouse Square’s future? The Toll Brothers have been eyeing up a certain long-vacant site, says Natalie Kostelni from the Philadelphia Business Journal.
• Philadelphia Weekly’s Bill Chenevert reports on why the history behind Giovanni’s Room should make you want to support brick & mortar bookstores.
• State officials have yet to say anything about new preservation tax credit regulations, according to Amy Worden of the Inquirer’s Harrisburg Bureau. How long will developers be kept waiting?
• Curious about next year’s hottest housing markets? Zillow has published their predictions.
• Chestnut Hill Local’s Len Lear reports on the newly renovated Brittingham restaurant.