Commuters know they can’t abandon Plan B yet.
TWU Local 234 officials have confirmed that SEPTA workers will not go on strike on Monday, and all transit lines will operate as normal.
After a stellar weekend with plenty of sunshine and highs close to average for this time of year, another storm will impact us on Monday.
The Tax Foundation issued its annual study this week, which looks at the bite some taxes take out of your wallet.
After being blown sideways on Saturday with winds that reached almost 40 miles an hour, the weather calms down today.
We have had a nice start to the weekend with high temperatures just a few degrees below the average high of 60.
35 miles-an-hour is also the level of our wind speeds this Saturday.
High pressure will build in behind the system for the weekend and will bring us much nicer weather.
“We’ve been calling on people to fast because now is the time,” said Lisa Sharon Harper (at lectern in photo), who works for the DC-based Sojourners.
A diehard Eagles and Sixers fan, Tayron catches up on all the scores using his specialized laptop, which he operates using his voice.
Temperatures will be at or above normal this week, but the chance of rain will increase as a cold front stalls over our area Wednesday.
This is a watershed moment — for the 13,500-square-mile Delaware River watershed, that is.
We begin April with high hopes after March 2014 left three snowstorms in its wake.
It’s the 28th annual gathering of women who work in local and state police departments in the Midatlantic region.
The worry is that after so many fallen trees and branches caused all kinds of headaches this winter, homeowners or communities may be hesitant to replant.