It's primary day in Pennsylvania. But with only one contested row office race on the ballot (two Republicans seeking the sheriff's seat) and only a handful of common pleas court benches up for grabs in Montgomery County, political watchers are expecting a low turnout. This rainy weather probably won't help much either. Here's what everyone else has been talking about:

School takeover: Chester County charter school magnate and big GOP donor Vahan Gureghian has trustees in the Pottstown School District a little worried over a letter he sent last month raising the question of a charter takeover of their public elementary schools. But are they worried over nothing? [Daily Times]

Saying goodbye to Skyler: Family of Skyler Kaufman laid her to rest yesterday, as the attorney for the 9-year-old Souderton girl's alleged killer – James Lee Troutman – seeks mental evaluation for his client. [Inquirer] [MontCo Memo]

Hit, run and return?: Montgomery County authorities have charged a 74-year-old Gilbertsville woman in a fatal hit-and-run last month. But her attorney argues that the woman didn't realize she had hit anyone and turned herself in once the she saw the damage to her car. [Inquirer]

Texting trouble: A former North Penn School District vice principal is sentenced to 2 ½ to 5 years in prison for sexually-charged text messages he sent to two teenage students. [Inquirer]

New use for full-body scanners:  ABC's Nightline reports on a body scanning system that hasn't drawn nearly the protest as those pesky devices at the airport. The My-Best-Fit machines -- including one at the King of Prussia Mall -- take multiple body measurements and print out a size chart that tells you what sizes will fit at several different mall stores. [ABC News]