It’s Not Easy Being Greene

Even more revelations about the embattled PHA chief. Plus: The Phils lead the league — in ticket sales, a brazen Radnor robbery, and more of what's news this morning

Greene Made PHA Staffers Pay for Celebratory Dinners. Apparently he wanted to make sure no one would forget his birthday. Or his anniversary as head of the agency. Or that it was Christmas.  [Inquirer]

More Than Half of Philly Schools Are Adequate. It’s the first time since 2004. Yeah, the Scoop can’t stop hopping up and down either. [Inquirer]

Phils Sell Out for 100th Game in a Row. The team tops the National League attendance list; only the Yanks, who have a bigger ballpark, attract more fans. [6 ABC]

But They Lost. The Giants won 5-2, avoiding a sweep. [The 700 Level]

But Ryan Howard Could Be Back Monday. He’ll play some single-A and triple-A games this weekend to see if he’s ready to come off the DL. [The Phillies Zone]

Asian Family Robbed in Radnor. Four men broke in and stole $26,000 on Wednesday; police think it may have been racially motivated. [Inquirer]

Cops Arrest Airport Hookers. Now you’ll have to find something else to do while your plane’s delayed. [NBC 10]