Reid Says DeSean Jackson Will Be At Eagles Training Camp

Plus: SEPTA sells its soul, Temple raises tuition, and a brand new worst person of the week

SEPTA Goes Corporate With Station Naming Rights. Next week the transit agency board is expected to approve renaming the Pattison Avenue stop near the sports complex “AT&T Station.” If you’re keeping score at home, SEPTA’s soul is worth $5 million. [Daily News]

Pa. Second Only to Texas In Job Growth. Over the last three months 76,000 jobs have been added in the state — though the May unemployment rate actually crept up slightly. [KYW1060]

“Very Happy That He’s Caught, But It Doesn’t Change Anything Really.” So says Sabina O’Donnell’s mother, Rachel, about the arrest in the Northern Liberties rape/murder. She and other family members also say they’re against the death penalty. [6abc]

Corbett Leads Onorato in Money Race for Guv. He has $3.4 million in the bank, compared to Onorato’s million. But Onorato outraised Corbett over the last month. [Daily News]

Hire An Intern, Get a Tax Credit. City Council approved a bill that would give businesses a tax credit for hiring interns. But you have to pay them, and only 100 businesses in the city would be allowed to do it. [Business Journal]

Temple Raises Tuition 5.9%. At least it’s not 6%, that’s all the Scoop can say. [Inquirer]

Will Ardmore Redevelopment Ever Happen? After Lower Merion commissioners agreed to let developer Carl Dranoff push back deadlines by a year, it’s going to take a lot of patience. [Main Line Times]

DeSean Jackson Will Definitely Be at Training Camp. That’s what the DN’s Les Bowen says that Andy Reid says. So there you go. [Twitter]

Speaking of Twitter… Did you know Congressman Bob Brady tweets? Although the main thing he tweets about is getting more people to follow him on Twitter so that he can win a contest against some other Dems in Congress. [Twitter]

And the Camille Barnett Worst Person of the Week Award Goes to… Delco Congressional candidate (and former U.S. attorney) Pat Meehan, for his clumsy, desperate, McCarthy-esque attempt to link opponent Bryan Lentz to the state legislature Bonusgate scandal. Meehan promised he would reveal “newly uncovered information” that would raise questions about Lentz’s “fitness for higher office.” But all he really revealed is how bad he is at negative campaigning (read all the details in yesterday’s Inquirer). Shameful, Pat.