If you’re planning any projects around the electric wires on your property, it’s best to call the power company first.
About 137, 000 people are still without power following Tuesday night’s powerful storms.
Persistent power outages continue to make life difficult for more than 200,000 people around the Delaware Valley and South Jersey.
PECO says it’s an all hands on deck effort as they work to restore electricity.
The storms on Tuesday night caused widespread damage and power outages throughout the Philadelphia area.
High winds from last night’s storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people, and many outages remain this morning.
The grant to Drexel University will support the development of science, technology, engineering, and math courses at the McMichael School, 36th and Fairmount, and the Powel School, 36th and Powelton.
The event played Irish music as people did Irish dances. The day was all about a celebration of the Emerald Isle. Michael Bradley, an event organizer praised the event and the city of Philadelphia for holding the festival.
The power outage left the building, at the corner of 18th and Walnut, without power, water, and most of its elevator service.
Spring means time to consider new landscaping projects, including planting new trees. But PECO’s Greg Smore says it’s more than just buying the tree that you like.
The two will tour the PECO headquarters in Center City.
Acting Pennsylvania consumer advocate Tanya McCloskey says raising the “fixed” portion of electric bills by 68% creates a disincentive to conserve, and will have a larger impact on seniors and low-income households.
Go dark to go green — that’s what city buildings all around the world did for one hour Saturday.
By Jim Donovan: What I refer to as the Peco “Pay Now” scam seems to be resurfacing. I first reported on this last summer and while our 3 On Your Side consumer unit gets calls […]
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