Eagles Lose, Fall to 4-8

Plus: Sunoco closes Marcus Hook refinery, Montco Subway owner charged for hiring hitman, NJ gas stations falsify octane levels, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

The Eagles Lost Last Night. Everyone act surprised. The Eagles lost to the Seahawks 31-14 in this week’s installment of Thursday Night Football. Vince Young threw four interceptions. Marshawn Lynch looked like a Pro Bowler. Ladies and gentlemen, the 4-8, 2011 Philadelphia Eagles. [6 ABC]

Sunoco Closes Refinery. Sunoco has closed a Marcus Hook gas refinery and is expected to lay off 490 employees. [FOX 29]

Montco Subway Shop Owner Charged for Hiring Hitman. A 46-year-old Montco man has been charged with allegedly hiring a hitman to kidnap and kill three employees at the Subway shops he owns. Bail has been set at $25 million. [6 ABC]

New Jersey Gas Stations Falsify Octane Levels. Officials have accused 14 gas stations in New Jersey of lying about octane levels at the pump. Eight of the 14 are in Gloucester or Camden Counties. [CBS 3]

Ryan Howard Foundation Donates $1.2M to Philly Schools. The Ryan Howard Family Foundation has donated $1.2 million worth of Adidas athletic wear to the Philadelphia School District. [Crossing Broad]

NJ National Guard Director Resigns. Major General Glenn Rieth—the head of the New Jersey National Guard—has resigned after he was caught having a physical relationship with a woman who worked for him. Rieth grew up with Governor Christie. His resignation will take effect on December 15th. [Inquirer]