A gas leak along SEPTA’s Broad Street line Wednesday impacted travel for morning commuters and prompted temporary neighborhood evacuations.
A Center City apartment building was evacuated early Wednesday morning after it filled with smoke from an underground electrical fire.
Councilwoman Marian Tasco, who chairs the Philadelphia Gas Commission, doesn’t believe that PGW ratepayers should foot the bill for the privatization effort.
Craig White stopped by with more information on a new program offered by Philadelphia Gas Works.
As the temperature drops, public health officials say many families face a stark choice. Should they heat…or eat?
The Public Utility Commission’s enforcement staff and PGW have reached a tentative $500,000 settlement on alleged violations stemming from a deadly gas explosion in the city’s Tacony section in January 2011.
As Hurricane Sandy approaches, the city of Philadelphia is closing government offices, court houses, mass transit and public and Archdiocesan schools on Monday. And Mayor Michael Nutter continues to urge residents to be ready.
Two Philadelphia police officers have been arrested and charged with Theft of Services from three Philadelphia utility companies.
Philadelphia Gas Works is increasing the rate it charges its customers for the next three months, because of natural gas market conditions.
Representative Ed Neilson is encouraging folks, especially those who live in the Far Northeast, to stop by his district office at 3256 Red Lion Road to see if they have money for them just waiting to get picked up.
Some residents living in South Philadelphia had quite a scare Sunday.
Family and friends came together in Fox Chase to remember the PGW worker killed in a gas explosion in Tacony last year.
The Philadelphia Gas Works is lowering the price of natural gas by 2½ percent, and that should save the average customer more than $34 per year.
If you’ve been thinking about replacing a furnace or boiler, now might be the time to do it. Philadelphia Gas Works is doubling the rebate for homeowners who upgrade to energy-saving systems.
The Pennsylvania Welfare Department is working on a backlog of applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. The program closes at the end of the month, but thousands of people are still waiting for help.