City Breaks Ground On New Bartram's Mile TrailThe new trail segment is expected to be completed by the fall of 2016.
Former Public Works Employee Accused Of Illegal DumpingThe Pa. State Attorney General's Office has filed criminal charges against the former Public Works Director of Tredyffrin Township for allegedly pouring between one and 4,000 gallons of a chemical called magnesium chloride into a retention basin adjoining the Public Works Complex.
Lawmakers Want FDA To Help Make Chemical-Laden Beauty Products SaferChemicals are in many popular beauty products and experts say there's very little oversight into what goes into these products we're putting on our skin and hair.
Local Company Offers Grants For Environmental Sustainability ProjectsA local company is offering $50,000 in grants to schools and non-profit organizations for environmental sustainability projects.
PECO Recognizes La Salle's Efforts To Go Green With $300KThe energy provider presented the school with the big check for its participation in the Smart Ideas program.
Revisions Submitted For Proposed Offshore Windfarm In Atlantic CityA Cape May-based energy company that lost their court appeal on a proposed offshore power project has offered a backup plan that they hope will address regulatory concerns in New Jersey.
Construction Underway On $32.5 Million Project For Seawall, Boardwalk Repairs In Atlantic City
New Coalition Launches Initiative To Fight For A Clean, Healthy Economy In PhillyGreen Justice Philly's members include more than 20 environmental and economic justice organizations.
Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Program Offers Free Trees For City ResidentsThis fall, Philadelphia property owners can register for up to two free trees to plant in a yard or lawn on private property courtesy of a local program.
Pennsylvanians Share Concerns About Pollution With EPA OfficialsThe hearing on Penn's campus is one of more than a dozen hearings statewide.
Praying Mantises More Visible To The Casual Observer This Time Of YearThis time of year, the insects are more visible to the casual observer.
Study: Sea Level Rise Increasing Major Storms Off New JerseyIt was released a month before the third anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, which devastated the coasts of New York and New Jersey.