Phils’ Injury Streak Catching Up to Their Winning Streak

This time it's Shane Victorino, but the team's now won six in a row. Plus: A new Lower Merion snooping suit, the new WtF Center, and more of what Philly's talking about this morning

Free E-ZPass Exec Resigns From DRPA. Michael Joyce, the head of public safety who came under fire for giving his daughter a free E-ZPass, resigned yesterday as politicians in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania increased their criticism of the transportation commission. [Inquirer]

Werth Homers and Phils Win 9-5, but Victorino Is Injured. He pulled a muscle in his left side; no word yet on how long he’ll be out. [The 700 Level]

The Scoop Suggests “The WtF Center” as the Official Nickname. What used to be the CoreStates Center, then the First Union Center (how we miss you, F-U), and lately the Wachovia Center is now — and forever? — the Wells Fargo Center. [PhillyDeals]

Second Student Snooping Suit Drags Lower Merion High Into the Fray. The district has already spent $1.2 million defending itself against a suit by a Harriton student. [Inquirer]

Teachers Accused of Taking Lunch From the Mouths of Babes. The feds are looking into allegations that instructors at a Germantown High summer program ate lunches paid for with a federal grant, leaving students without food. [Daily News]

Gun-Brandishing Drexel B-Ballers Suspended From Team. If the charges for burglary, robbery, and weapons violations didn’t get their attention, this certainly will. [Daily News]