5 stories to follow: April 14
Here's your daily look at five stories to know about:
1. IGM auction: Hearings begin today in Delaware Chancery Court about the planned auction of Interstate General Media, the parent company of the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com
2. Religious holidays: The Jewish festival of Passover starts today at sundown. Meanwhile, Christians -- and candy shops -- are preparing to celebrate Easter this weekend.
3. Development in Mount Holly: Town council members are scheduled to vote on the creation of a redevelopment zone in Mount Holly today. The planning board has voted in favor of the proposed zone, which would give the township the power to seize properties through eminent domain and has some residents worried.
4. High school stabbing: Franklin Regional High School teachers will return to work today after a stabbing last week at the western Pennsylvania school left 22 people wounded. Students are slated to resume classes later this week.
5. N.J. arbitration caps: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will urge legislators to re-adopt caps on the raises arbitrators can award police officers and firefighters at an event with mayors from the state today.