Will John Street Challenge Michael Nutter in November?

Or maybe he'll just run for City Council ... again. Plus how DROP impacted this election, why the Susquehanna River is in trouble, why PECO wants more of your money and more of what Philly is talking about today

Milton Street Gets 24 Percent of the Vote. Is that more embarrassing for Street or for Nutter? [Inquirer]

John Street Has an Announcement. Today, the former mayor, who switched his party affiiliation last month, will reveal his political plans for the fall. [Daily News] Last night, he bashed the Nutter administration. “He’s a nice guy, people like him,” Street said. “But the question is, is he tough enough in these difficult times?” [MyFoxPhilly.com]

DROP Fallout. Marge Tartaglione and Frank Rizzo are done. [Daily News] For more election results, click here.

Tragedy in Northeast Philly. A 15-year-old Archbishop Ryan freshman was killed when he was hit by a car outside of the school yesterday shortly after dismissal. [6ABC]

Susquehanna River Named the Nation’s “Most Endangered.” Last year, the Delaware River held this title. The Susquehanna earned the recognition this year largely due to fracking. [CBS3]

PECO Wants You to Pay More. The energy company  filed a request with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to increase the rate by about 2.5 percent for residential customers. [Philadelphia Business Journal]