Newspaper Deal Falls Apart — Get Me Rewrite!
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]