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Residents Along Brandywine Creek Begin Cleaning Up After The Storm

Residents are assessing damage to their homes and businesses as near-record flood waters from the Brandywine Creek recede.


Pipeline being installed using an open trench cut. (Credit: Williams Transcontinental)

Final Public Hearing Tonight On Proposed Gas Pipeline Through Brandywine Creek

A public hearing is scheduled for tonight in West Chester, on the issue of whether a pipeline company should be able to dig in to the Brandywine Creek, or go underneath it.


(credit:  Phran Novelli)

Help Plant One Million Trees

As part of an effort to ‘Plant One Million’ trees across 13 counties in our tri-state area, gardening groups and volunteers will plant more than 100 trees in South Philadelphia this Saturday.



Wilmington Police Marine Unit Discover Body In Christiana River

Police in Wilmington made a gruesome discovery while conducting a training exercise Monday afternoon.


(A tree service removes a tree toppled by Hurricane Irene in Springfield, Delaware County.  Credit: Ian Bush)

Cleanup And Power Restorations Proceed In Delaware County, Pa.

Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses across the Delaware Valley are still without power after the storm’s passage — and it could be a few days before many folks are back on line.