JPL has posted online their weekly status update for the last week. Nothing really news worthy. The post T5 burn, OTM-23 was cancelled as it was seen as unneeded. The update also provides a pretty good review of activities preformed during the T5 flyby, though I have no idea where they got "Eighteen hours before closest approach there is an outreach image opportunity of Saturn rise/set over Dione" and "this will be first good look ISS has had at the quasi-circular ~1000 km diameter feature, perhaps associated with an impact structure".
This update has started to show up on some email lists though apparently not yet on the JPL website. So if you get an error page, try again later in the day.