Camden Can’t Afford Fourth of July

Plus Carl Greene can't get out of legal proceedings game, the Flyers are tied 2-2, Coatesville is considering a shorter school week and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Body Found In Schuylkill River Identified. The body found Tuesday morning was identified as 19-year-old Egg Harbor Township resident Nadirah Ruffin. The woman was abducted at gunpoint from an Atlantic City home on March 26th. [, NBC 10]

Jeremy Nowak Will Head William Penn Foundation. The founder of The Reinvestment Fund has been tapped to replace Feather Houstoun this fall. [Newsworks, Business Journal]

Flyers Lose. Series Stands at 2-2. The Flyers lost to the Sabres last night 1-0. 700 Level calls the game over-officiated and catalogs the bad calls. [700 Level]

Coatesville Considering Shorter School Week. The cash-strapped district is pondering a school schedule of four days a week, saying the move will save money and students will get the same amount of learning. The Scoop would like to take this opportunity to tell his employer that he also could get the same amount of work done in a four-day work week. And, uh, that’s not because he only does four days’ worth of work now. [Fox 29]

PSA: Beware of Delaware. The state police are running a crackdown today on drivers talking on cell phones (not hands-free). Fines start at 50 bucks, effectively erasing any sales tax savings you might have secured by shopping across the border. [Newsworks] Speaking of Delaware, could Wilmington be our next hot neighborhood? [Newsworks]

Carl Greene’s Still Trying to Run the PHA. Greene—remember him?—has filed some warnings about not giving the Feds details about PHA lawsuits from his tenure. The PHA isn’t blinking. Guess legal proceedings are pretty much Greene’s life since … oh, wait. Never mind. [Inquirer]

Identity Theft Ring Busted. Anthony Williams (obviously, not the state senator) has been indicted for leading an identity theft ring that scored millions in this region. He allegedly had an inside edge at Citizens Bank. The bright side: The Justice Department alleges those indicted went on big spending sprees at KOP Mall so at least they were putting the money back into the local economy. [6 ABC]

Camden Cancels Fourth of July. To save $150,000 Camden County will not hold its annual fireworks show and free concert at Cooper River Park this year. Folks can still pay to see Styx and Yes, if they wish. Says one woman interviewed, “Where are we supposed to go now to watch our fireworks?” Psst! Look west across the river. [Courier-Post]