SEPTA Plans to Ditch Gender Stickers

Plus: The Phils win again, Bill Clinton visits a Montco high school, Philly's second-oldest resident passes away, and more of what the city is talking about today.

SEPTA Ditches Gender Stickers. Starting in the second half of 2013, monthly rail passes will be sans gender identification sticker. [Inquirer]

Phils Win 3-1. Some flashy fielding from Freddy Galvis and Hunter Pence, coupled with some opportune hitting and a Ty Wigginton home run helped turn a solid start from Joe Blanton into another victory over the Marlins. [The 700 Level]

Bill Clinton in Montco. President Bill Clinton was at Upper Moreland High School in Montgomery County yesterday to throw his weight behind Kathleen Kane’s bid for Pennsylvania’s Attorney General. [CBS 3]

Second Oldest Philadelphian Passed Away. Willie Lassiter, an 111-year-old woman who lived in West Philly since 1926, died yesterday. [Newsworks]

Jersey Bus Driver Arrested for Sexual Assault. A 58-year-old school bus driver in Atlantic County has been arrested for allegedly pulling his bus over toward the end of his route and sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl. The girl’s younger brother was supposedly the only other child on the bus. [NBC Philadelphia]

“Titanic Philadelphians” Exhibit Opens. Today, the “Titanic Philadelphians” exhibit will debut at the Independence Seaport Museum at Penn’s Landing. It details the lives and experiences of the 40-some Philadelphians on board the ship that sank. [CBS 3]