For most people, it hasn’t been as simple as it used to be thanks to the weather we’ve been suffering through.
Stu Stern at S & H Hardware in Northeast Philadelphia says the sales of sleds have risen exponentially.
But a Peco spokesman added, “We would not be charging customers for using energy while their service is interrupted,”
How are area florists preparing to fulfill the hundreds of orders they have on one of their busiest days of the year?
“It has a lot of wetness to it — a whole lot of rain, so it’s more wet than the other snow,” noted one man who was clearing a sidewalk in center city Philadelphia.
Folks at the Zoo have already opened registration for their summer camp.
This bitterly cold weather that has gripped the Delaware Valley in recent days has sparked a number of fires and the Philadelphia’s Fire Commissioner is urging everyone take a look around their homes for potential hazards.
One wedding planner says the reason for the insurance is not for fear of the groom getting cold feet and the bride’s father being stuck with a large bill.
Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital has developed a unique program to serve its community.
A Rothman Institute physician is one of two local doctors who have been tapped to supervise the care of NHL Players skating on the Olympic Hockey teams of various countries.
A recent Pew Charitable Trust study found 69% of Americans preferred the traditional book to the 28% who liked ebooks.
One local store that sells products to help pedestrians navigate icy sidewalks has had to replenish its stock.
A Philadelphia man whose passion for helping others to find love says if locating the love of your life is a goal that has eluded you, 2014 is the year to do it.
A physician at one emergency facility in West Philadelphia says it’s not just an increase in slips and falls: the homeless and indigent make more use of ERs, too.
Manna says it is shorthanded as it tries to maintain its pace of delivering hundreds of meals three times a day to people fighting life-threatening illnesses.