Cliff Lee Is Back!
First Female President of the Union League Inducted. The 148-year-old exclusive social club is inducting Joan Carter as its first female president today. [Daily News]
Speaking of Inductions … Mayor Nutter announced Judith Renyi as the Executive Director of the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. [Newsworks]
Three Attacks in One Hour at Temple University. Three separate armed robberies occurred on Temple’s campus yesterday between 12:30 p.m. and 1:15 p.m. [NBC10]
In Today’s Controversial Arlene Ackerman News … State Representative Michael P. McGeehan alleges Ackerman suspended the five individuals who publicized details about the controversial no-bid contracts. McGeehan has requested the the state Attorney General’s Office investigate possible violations of the sources’ protections. [Inquirer]
Local Boscov’s Stores Up for Sheriff’s Sale. The stores in Oxford Valley and Montgomery Malls are worth about $20 million a piece — in case you happen to have that kind of money lying around. [Bucks County Courier Times]
More Graduates Stay in Philly. A new survey Campus Philly, the non-profit charged with retaining area graduates, says up to 48 percent of non-native graduates stay here after finishing their schooling. [Newsworks]
And Have You Heard Our Big News? We’ve acquired Foobooz! [Foobooz]