The Soul Are Back…But Without Bon Jovi

Is Pete Ciarrocchi an adequate replacement? Plus: An arrest in the Sabina killing, Mayor Nutter acts like a classy guy, and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Arrest Made in Sabina Killing. A teenager has been arrested in the murder of Sabina Rose O’Donnell, the 20-year-old waitress killed in Northern Liberties two weeks ago. Details still emerging. []

State Dems Getting Nervous About Sestak. A month after his primary win he hasn’t reached out to the D establishment the way many had expected. Word is he’s still sore about the way the party treated him in his battle against Specter. [Politico]

A Candidate for Mayor. He’s John Featherman, a Republican who works for Prudential Fox & Roach. He filed the paperwork for next year’s race, saying he’s sick of the city’s high taxes. [Philly Clout, Inquirer]

The Philadelphia Soul Are Back….But Bon Jovi-less. After taking a year off, the Arena League team is back next year. JBJ is out as part of the ownership group, but Pete Ciarrocchi of Chickie’s & Pete’s is in. Which means fewer groupies, better crab fries. [USA Today, Business Journal]

Mayor Nutter, Classy, Nice Guy. The mayor had a hellish return from a conference in Oklahoma, including cancelled flights and an extra night in Memphis. But an email writer says he and his team couldn’t have been more gracious. []

Montco Teen Is Running for Commissioner. Eighteen-year-old Nate Webster is barely old enough to vote, but that isn’t stopping him from running for Montgomery County commissioner next year. The Scoop admires his moxie, but wonders if it’s smart to have a political leader who can still be grounded by his parents. [KYW1060]

SRC Endangers Charter School Expansion. If, as expected, the School Reform Commission postpones a key vote today, it will put in danger the expansion of several successful charter schools, including two new schools planned by the KIPP School. Read Philly Mag’s KIPP story, “Is This The Best School In Philadelphia?” from last fall. [Inquirer]

How A Billion-Dollar Deal Went Down. The Inky has new details today on the $1.26 billion sale of Keystone Foods to a Brazilian company. The driving force was Jerry Dean, Keystone’s CEO. [Inquirer]