Harsh Weather Has Crews Scrambling To Repair Water Main Breaks Across PhiladelphiaThe Philadelphia Water Department confirms there were at least ten water main breaks on Sunday.
3 Cheers: Philadelphia Water Department Just Keeps Going Amid Harsh Weather ConditionsSurrounded by snow and ice, cold air stinging their faces, Philadelphia Water Department crews just kept going.
Broken Water Main Leaves Dozens Without Power, Displaced In NE PhiladelphiaIt happened around 12:30 a.m. Monday in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 9600 block of Ashton Road.
Water Main Break Shuts Down Block In West PhiladelphiaThe area is not far from the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Car Falls Into Broad Street Sink Hole After Water Main Break In South Philadelphia A car fell into sinkhole in South Philadelphia on Tuesday afternoon, and now Philadelphia Water Department crews are working to restore service to three commercial properties on Broad Street.
City To Unveil New Plan To Help Low-Income Families Pay Water BillThe program is called TAP, or Tiered Assistance Program. It offers participating customers a fixed-amount monthly bill, based on their income.
Philly Enters Competition For Who Has Best Tap WaterThis week, the Pennsylvania Convention Center is playing host to American Water Works Association's Annual Conference and Exposition.
Philadelphia Water Department Offers Incentive For Customer FeedbackA survey is being stuffed into May water bills, and the Philadelphia Water Department is urging residents to fill it out. There's a prize if you do.
Philadelphia Water Department Makes Splash At Pop-Up Beer GardenFor three nights next week, it'll bring the party to the PHS pop-up garden at 15th and South.
Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break In West PhiladelphiaOfficials say a 12-inch main bursted shortly before 7 a.m. Sunday at 61st and Havertown Streets.
Phila Water Department To Change Lead Testing ProcessThe Philadelphia Water Department will change the way it tests for lead in tap water, in response to state recommendations and new EPA guidance.
Otter Sightings On The Rise Along Schuylkill RiverRiver Otters aren't rare along the Schuylkill, but there appear to be more sightings recently. It's a sign that efforts to improve the environment are paying off.