Newspaper Deal Falls Apart — Get Me Rewrite!

Creditors fail to close on the Inky. Plus: The Tea Party dunks another moderate in Delaware, a teacher's extracurricular entrepreneurialism gets him busted, and more of what the city's talking about this morning

Tea Party Upset in Delaware. GOP hopes for recapturing the U.S. Senate in November seem dashed with moderate Mike Castle’s loss in last night’s Republican primary. [Inquirer]

Another Auction for Philly Newspapers? After yesterday’s court-imposed closing deadline passed with no deal, it looks as if the Inquirer and Daily News will be back on the block later this month. [NBC 10]

Christie Stumps in Gloucester for Jersey Pension Reform. The gov wants state employees to work longer and pay for their health care to help close a $46 billion shortfall. The nerve! [Inquirer]

Silverliners in the Wild! A couple of the gorgeous new SEPTA cars made a test run to Marcus Hook yesterday. [Inquirer]

Temple to Break Ground on New Building. It’s for the architecture school — and the ’60s are back, apparently. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

“Real Cool Teacher” Busted for Dealing Pot. A physics and chemistry teacher at the city’s engineering magnet school allegedly sold marijuana twice to undercover cops last week. [6 ABC]