The ramp at the scene of Monday’s fiery tanker crash in Pennsauken isn’t expected to reopen for a few more days.
In the span of four years, the group that calls itself “Carz N’ Toyz” has donated about $300,000 worth of toys and medical equipment.
PennDOT is preparing roads in the area for when temperatures drop below freezing overnight.
Our latest storm was no surprise, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t causing some problems on the roads, rails and at the airport.
What’s the best way to beat the frigid temperatures? Fly somewhere warm of course.
The Cape May-Lewes Ferry will not be operating Thursday afternoon due to significant ice in the Cape May canal and the Delaware Bay.
The ice is 6-8 inches thick along some parts of the Delaware, and that has prompted the US Coast Guard to take action.
Noted Philadelphia philanthropist Gerry Lenfest, who once served on US Navy destroyers in the Korean War, says it’s almost hard to believe, in this city of firsts, that we don’t have an official Veterans’ Day parade.
With several inches of snow on the ground, it was a dicey morning for commuters.
SEPTA has announced some bus route detours for Tuesday due to the expected snowfall.
Even though President’s Day is a state holiday, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation managers were on the job, planning their ground strategy to handle the approaching snowstorm.
“In really cold weather like this, the metal is so brittle, you can hit a bump the wrong way and break springs,” notes Hugh Snyderman, second-generation owner of a Gulf station in Old City Philadelphia.
Until yesterday’s announcement that the Democratic convention will be in Philadelphia next year, Septa had planned to begin a $150-million renovation of the corridors under City Hall by the start of that summer.
The final signs were unveiled today at the Langhorne station, in Bucks County.
Penndot is dispatching trucks, plows, and crews from across the state. New Jersey DOT is sending ten dumptrucks equipped with plows and salt spreaders, six front-end loaders, ten “bobcats,” and 36 workers.