Efforts to repair a busted water pipe on Third Street here in Old City have been underway for more than a year.
As the clean-up from Hurricane Sandy is underway, many homeowners will have to hire help to get the job done. If you’re among them, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has important information that you need to know.
Officials say the accident happened around 7:15 a.m. Friday at a private lot in Bethlehem.
Today marks the first day that a top-to-bottom overhaul of Philadelphia’s antiquated zoning code takes effect. And city officials say every resident should be thrilled.
Crews are in the final phases of extending the third westbound lane on the AC Expressway from the Garden State Parkway to Hammonton.
Governor Tom Corbett has announced a new initiative to carve out a slice of state contracts for small businesses.
Chris speaks with CBS 3’s Ben Simoneau from the Jerry Sandusky Trial and Pat Ciarrocchi on the jury deliberations regarding the Catholic sex abuse trial, and Congressman Pat Meehan about the House’s Oversight Committee’s vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt in the Fast and Furious case.
They called them the “stick houses”, and they were a constant reminder of a builder who left work unfinished and held onto money that wasn’t his. Frustrated viewers turned to 3 On Your Side for help and after several months Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us that action is now being taken to finally right the wrongs.
Authorities in Philadelphia say a worker was electrocuted at a construction site in the Fairmount section of the city.
The landscape will soon be changing at the site of the former Thomas Edison High School on Lehigh Avenue in Philadelphia.
One person was rushed to an area hospital Friday morning after a scissor lift collapsed in South Philadelphia.
After several years of construction, work at the U.S. Customs House in Philadelphia is expected to be done by summer.
Contractors say the unseasonably warm winter weather has been a welcome gift from mother nature this year after a brutal, snow-filled 2011.
We’ve been treated to an unseasonably mild winter — it’s been a bummer for skiers and kids hoping for snow days, but a benefit for home improvement companies.
“It allowed us to keep about 120 people employed,” says one general contractor. “Without that work we’d have to get rid of a lot of people.”