With the high temperatures, demand for ice is heating up and one local ice maker, with locations in Malvern and Wilmington, has more on how it affects his business, and how the ice is made.
Drivers in Montgomery, Bucks and Burlington Counties report ice on some roads.
While the big storm clobbered New England, it spared most of our region its wrath, with only a dusting to a couple of inches in the suburbs.
We barely get one weather system out of here before the next one eyes us.
Bottom Dollar Food announced that it would continue to give donations of free ice at a new location.
PennDot, NJDOT, and DelDOT in addition to area municipal crews have been out in full force most of the Sunday morning.
Two are dead in the Juniata section of Philadelphia because of speeding in slippery conditions this morning.
The City of Philadelphia will most likely renew its contract with the federal Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) following a positive review of the contract.
Federal immigration officials are launching a public awareness campaign to combat human trafficking, essentially modern-day slavery.
A federal grand jury recently indicted the two men after federal authorities confiscated nearly 20,000 fake Viagra and Cialis pills worth tens of thousands of dollars on the street.
The severe winter conditions in the area have not only been a major inconvenience for people, it has been disheartening with major travel delays and several accidents around the region.
All the ice in Philadelphia has made for busy emergency rooms.
Thousands of residents across the Delaware Valley are without power after a winter storm left most of the region covered in ice.
Three people were injured after two cars slid on a patch of ice in Mercer County early Thursday morning.
by KYW’s John Ostapkovich The City of Philadelphia has a decision to make this week: whether to continue to allow federal immigration agents access to a crime database operated by the city.