ACME is offering customers impacted by Tuesday’s storms 5 percent off their entire order after thousands of residents lost power for several days.
The continued power outages caused by Tuesday’s thunderstorms are costing some area businesses a lot of money.
The entire county remains in a state of emergency, with a little more than 24,000 customers still without power.
High winds from last night’s storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people, and many outages remain this morning.
Severe thunderstorms have rolled through New Jersey, knocking out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses.
Severe weather is causing hundreds of thousands of residents to lose power in the region Tuesday evening.
The power outage left the building, at the corner of 18th and Walnut, without power, water, and most of its elevator service.
More than 1,300 PSE&G customers in Cherry Hill are without power this morning.
A power outage at a New Jersey amusement park left some patrons briefly stuck on rides, but no injuries were reported.
Firefighters responded to the scene of a commercial structure in the shore town of Wildwood around 11 a.m.
When there is a power outage, people – and offices that can’t do business – start to wonder: can I sue the power company if there’s a blackout?
The incident was reported around 9:15 p.m. Monday.
An underground transformer explosion rattled a center city neighborhood Tuesday.
Community College of Philadelphia in downtown Philadelphia is closed until at least noon Monday because of a power outage.
PECO officials said 1,397 customers were in the dark due to a tree that hit a power line in the Lansdowne/Drexel Hill area in Delaware County.