A Center City apartment building was evacuated early Wednesday morning after it filled with smoke from an underground electrical fire.
In this report we take a look at how Philadelphia and the suburbs weathered the superstorm.
Across the country, more than 1,500 flights were canceled because of storms.
It was a great deal for certain customers: let PECO attach a device that would allow it to remotely turn off your air conditioning during periods of high heat and humidity, when the grid was stressed, and you get $120. Eighty-thousand people signed up. But now the program is on hold.
A water main break that closed the 1600 block of Walnut Street, Saturday, is repaired but the street remains closed to traffic, indefinitely.
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When a storm hits, governments and utility companies often find their preparations insufficient.
Starting Saturday, PECO Energy customers are paying more for natural gas.
On Pleasant Hill Road in Hatboro, PECO crews are working as hard as the generators. It is day seven here without power.
Officials in Montgomery County say all systems are go for Election Day. There’s power at all of the county’s voting locations.
PECO says they have restored power to more than 90-percent of people who lost power during Sandy, but still about 50,000 outages remain.
Many regional utilities are estimating that the last of their customers will be back online by Sunday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture says you only have about four hours’ grace on stuff in the fridge, but items in the freezer could last longer.
About 360 people and 28 pets are taking cover in shelters across Philadelphia as Sandy’s eye is expected to hit the Philadelphia region very soon, Mayor Michael Nutter said late Monday night.
A mandatory evacuation order has been added for parts of Bensalem, Pa.