The navy battleship, which is dedicated to the passengers of United Flight 93, here in Philadelphia until March 4th.
Many of us can’t wait for the snow to melt, but those close to rivers and streams hope it doesn’t happen too fast.
The Coast Guard received a report Friday from the National Response Center of oil along the shoreline of Gloucester City, N.J.
The incident was reported at about 1 p.m. Monday near Monroe Energy LLC in Marcus Hook, Delaware County.
Meteorologist Kate Bilo has the exclusive story.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Anthony Garbarino at the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-384-5619.
The frigid temperatures have made for some unique sights around the Delaware Valley. One of them is in Lower Bucks County, which has become quite an attraction thanks to stacking ice.
A polar vortex didn’t keep people away from a Polar Bear Plunge into the Delaware River Saturday.
Authorities believe the pilot of a single-engine plane was trying to reach an airport in dense fog and rain when the aircraft crashed on a wooded hilltop near the Delaware River in New Jersey.
Authorities are investigating after 150 gallons of oil spilled into the Delaware River Tuesday morning.
Firefighters pulled a woman in need of help out of the Delaware River Saturday night.
Emergency management officials this weekend will be keeping watch up and down the Delaware River. As temperatures rise, so will the water.
“It’s going to release a lot of water all at once when it goes,” says one local tugboat operator.
The crews of the Coast Guard Cutters Capstan and Cleat worked to help prevent flooding and maintain navigable waterways.
After two days of bone chilling cold, record low temperatures, and bitter wind chills, some of the Delaware Valley will finally climb above the freezing point on Thursday as the Polar Vortex retreats to the north.