“Now that the Obama administration has approved it, every oil company under the sun will look to explore for oil off the Atlantic coast,” says Cindy Zipf of Clean Ocean Action.
For the second year, the Fairmount Park Conservancy is putting the free park across from the Philadelphia Art Museum.
“Get off your iPhone!” Doreen Taylor advises. “When I was a kid, my parents packed us all into a car, drove us cross country, and we saw every single national park that we could.”
The estate of Richard Mellon Scaife is giving the Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art, in Chadds Ford, $15 million, plus about half his art collection and a 900-acre estate in western Pennsylvania.
Fire officials say they don’t know — and may never know — how the gasoline got into the groundwater.
Philadelphia health officials have not yet had to activate the city’s “Heatline” for a single day, and there have no heat-related deaths.
Construction began this week on a 3.5 mile sea wall in Mantoloking and Brick Township.
Want to do something good for the environment? Put down the hamburger.
Some 300 New Jersey state police and transportation department workers took part in a statewide hurricane drill today in Cumberland County to test their ability to get hundreds of thousands of people out of shore towns if the need occurs.
Want a day away from the heat, on the water, in a pristine setting, with family and friends?
Hundreds of thousands of bees behind Seth Belson’s Cherry Hill home provide quite a buzz and plenty of nature’s candy.
As if temperatures in the 90s weren’t bad enough, Tuesday night’s powerful storm knocked out power in several Bucks County communities.
A few thousand people in Gloucester County are dealing with tap water tainted with a chemical used in manufacturing, and no one is quite sure just how dangerous it might be.
The state House’s Consumer Affairs Committee was looking for answers to what caused May’s service disruption.
The Delaware River Port Authority knows its recent capital projects have customers steaming, so it thought a small fix in the underground Philadelphia stations might cool them off.