The problem was traced to a feedwater pump, which was being checked out.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is moving to address thousands of complaints filed in recent months over rapidly rising electric bills.
The $125 course is taught by Rachel Brudzinski, a onetime intern there who became a champion tree climber.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
The Philadelphia Gas Works is launching an effort to get homeowners to do home energy audits in exchange for rebates for improving the home’s energy efficiency.
Why is it important to have a National Walkng Day? “Well, because there are a lot of couch potatoes around,” one woman said.
“I think it’s crazy,” says Tim Roberts (in photo), head brewer at Yards Brewing Company, in Philadelphia.
There was a significant no-show at Tuesday’s event: the cherry blossoms.
The Philadelphia Prison System project will give prisoners — or, as Mayor Michael Nutter refers to them, clients — the green jobs training and skills they need to reenter society one day.
We can have our planet, or we can have our meat and dairy, new research alleges.
This is a watershed moment — for the 13,500-square-mile Delaware River watershed, that is.
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.
“It’s called the voodoo lily. Some people call it the ‘carrion lily’ because when it blooms it smells like dead flesh,” says an arboretum worker.
It’s official designation is 2012 VP113. The “VP” in the name inspired its nickname: Biden.
The local Red Cross chapter now has two volunteers — one a mental health counselor and the other a communications representative — working in the Washington state disaster zone.