April is National Grilled Cheese Month, so it’s the perfect time to see what Philadelphia has to offer in terms of the favorite gooey comfort food.
The national average for a gallon of regular is $2.42 right now — $1.12 less than this time last year.
Low gas prices in South Jersey are especially making a positive impact on businesses that consume large amounts of fuel.
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at the numbers.
A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in a marshy part of the Delaware River on Saturday. Two people survived the crash, and now the airplane is stuck in the mud.
Federal lawmakers are considering raising the gas tax in order to fund road construction projects across the country. This could be the first increase since 1993.
The grilled cheese sandwich is a comfort food classic. These Philadelphia spots are going above and beyond the standard white bread with American or cheddar and serving up creative twists on the lunchtime favorite.
While you could bust out the blender and buy half the produce section to make your own juice, you could also visit one of these top Philly spots and be in and out in under two, healthy snack in hand.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says the average U.S. price of gasoline has jumped 9 cents a gallon in the past two weeks, bringing the total increase to 40 cents over 10 weeks.
Buying a car has come a long way from Henry Ford’s famous statement that a customer could have any color desired, as long as it was black.
August is National Panini Month. Celebrate these hot pressed sandwiches with some of the best options Philadelphia has to offer.
New Jersey’s second-largest city will be tracking city vehicles to eliminate personal use by employees and reduce fuel expenses.
All those markers being bought up for the new school year will eventually run dry, but that doesn’t have to be the end of their usefulness.
Here are a few fresh summer salad suggestions that you can find at some of Philadelphia’s best eating establishments.
New Jersey will end odd-even gasoline rationing at 6 a.m. Tuesday. Gov. Chris Christie says gas supplies are plentiful and there are no more lines of motorists waiting for fuel.