Repairs Continue After Gas Leak Shuts Down Portion Of Route 70 In Cherry HillOfficials continue emergency gas repairs along Route 70 eastbound following a gas leak on Monday afternoon.
Storm Preparation Underway For Region's 3rd Nor'easterPECO just yesterday restored service to the last of 750,000 customers who lost power from the first two nor'easters, says spokeswoman Jackie Thompson.
Man Survives Gas Explosion Inside South Jersey HomeIt happened around 10:30 p.m. Friday in the unit block of Cornell Drive in Delran.
PSE&G Announces New Jersey Customers To Be Paying Less To Heat Homes Over WinterNew Jersey's largest utility company announced on Thursday that their customers will be paying less to heat their homes during the winter months.
NJ Legislature Debating Bill That Could Lead To Electric Bill Surcharge For Nuke PlantsPSE&G suggests it might shut down its three nuclear plants in Salem County if it doesn't get subsidies from the state.
South Jersey Officials Want Public Meeting With Utility Company After House FireOfficials in South Jersey want to hold a public meeting after a house fire injured seven people Monday morning.
Authorities Warn Of Scam Targeting Small Businesses In South JerseyPolice in southern New Jersey are warning about scammers targeting small businesses with threats to cut off their power unless they're paid immediately.
Audubon Police Warn Against Solicitors Posing As PSE&G EmployeesSome PSE&G customers lost power as a result of Wednesday's storms and some people may have been taking advantage of that to scam some PSE&G customers.
Winter Storm Knocks Out Power Tens Of Thousands Across New JerseyThe winter storm that has dumped heavy snow and brought strong winds to the region has knocked out power to thousands of customers in southern New Jersey.
PSE&G To Pump $55M Into Utility Upgrades In CamdenPublic Service Electric and Gas is planning to spend $55 million in accelerated utility upgrades in Camden.
PSE&G Warns Customers About Uptick In Phone Payment ScamsThe utility company says individuals misrepresenting themselves as PSE&G employees are calling customers and threatening to turn off electric and gas service if payment is not made that day with a pre-paid card.
PSE&G Working To Replace Aging New Jersey Gas LinesPublic Service Electric and Gas has preliminary approval from the state to begin a three-year program aimed at replacing some of the oldest natural gas pipes still in service in New Jersey.