City Won’t Force Occupy Philly to Move

Plus: The city loans Philly Media Network some cash, the Flyers drop one to the canes, Adolf Hitler's parents want their baby back, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today

Mayor Nutter Won’t Force Occupiers to Move. Mayor Nutter—in the midst of a permit approval process with Occupy Philly—has announced that the city will not force any protesters to vacate Dilworth Plaza. A planned renovation of the public space has people speculating whether or not the city would attempt to remove the protesters. [CBS 3]

City Loans Philadelphia Media Network Inc. $2.9 Million. As the Inky and the Daily News get ready to move into new digs at 8th and Market, the city of Philadelphia has thrown in a $2.9 million loan to prepare the building and cover a deposit. [WHYY]

Flyers 4-2 to the Canes. The flyers lost their 20th game of the season to the Carolina Hurricanes by a score of 4-2. Matt Read scored again and JVR notched his eighth goal of the year. [The 700 Level]

Adolf Hitler’s Parents Seek Custody of Baby. A pair of parents in New Jersey—known for naming their son Adolf Hitler—are seeking to regain custody of their youngest child. The baby was born recently and was taken into state custody. The couple’s other children were also removed from the home in 2009. [CBS 3]

City Worried of Rivalries as Schools Set to Merge. As FitzSimons High School and Strawberry Mansion ready to merge into one school due to district consolidation, city residents are concerned that neighborhood rivalries may make the move more difficult than anticipated. Mayor Nutter assures that violence and bullying will not be tolerated. [Daily News]