Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has charged 50-year-old Douglas Deimidio with Theft of Services for tampering with the electric meter inside of his home
Bassist Warren Oree co-produced the West Oak Lane Jazz and Arts Festival with partner Graziella Dinuzzo for eight years. But when the festival was cancelled in 2012, he began looking for a way to rebuild the Philadelphia jazz scene.
A PECO spokesperson says a transformer malfunction left more than 4,000 customers without power in Sellersville Wednesday night.
The break happened around 11 a.m. on Wednesday at Washington Lane and Township Line Road.
Numerous power outages were reported across the Greater Philadelphia Area due to the severe storms.
The West Philadelphia Coalition for Neighborhood Schools envisions the Lea Elementary schoolyard as an asset not just to the school but to the whole community and, in fact, the whole city.
Yet another evening of storms is wreaking havoc on the Philadelphia region.
This year’s honorees were local restaurateur Steven Starr and PECO.
Hundreds of residents are without power after a car crash in Bucks County on Tuesday night.
Seniors, caregivers and governments are joining hands in observance of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Northwest Victim Services provides support for nearly 3,500 crime victims every year. But tens of millions of dollars in cuts to the federal Victims of Crime Act fund have taken its toll.
A spokesman notes this is only for Peco customers who have not switched to other companies to be their energy supplier.
Jazz Appreciation month may have ended April 30th, but the Center City Jazz Festival is bringing a few Shoo-Bee-Doo-Bees into the month of May.
The PECO Scholars Program was established in 2010, with an eye toward providing a little extra financial boost for some high-achieving students.
Police believe a drunk driver hit a utility pole in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia, causing power outages.