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Blog: Will Hermine Spoil Labor Day Weekend Plans?Confidence is growing that our Labor Day weekend will be impacted by this storm.
Storms Could Bring Strong Winds, Heavy Rain To Parts Of RegionA frontal boundary is expected to cross the region later today
Zeoli Show Log 02.25.16In for Rich, Rick discussed Mitt Romney'a attack on Donald Trump, Clinton's desire for a progressive Supreme Court justice and reality show suicides. Rick spoke with Attorney David Farrell about Ted Cruz's eligibility at 5pm.
After Fallout From Previous Storms, Homeowners Getting Jump Start On Tree TrimmingWith Hurricane Joaquin heading our way, tree trimming companies are getting very busy.
Berks County School Destroyed In StormOfficials say storms that tore through the region ripped the roof off an elementary school and severely damaged the building.
Damage, Power Outages Reported As Storms Move Through The AreaStorms moved through the area Thursday night, leaving behind damage and power outages.
ACME Offers 5 Percent Off Coupon For Thousands Affected By Power OutagesACME is offering customers impacted by Tuesday's storms 5 percent off their entire order after thousands of residents lost power for several days.
Pressure Builds On Christie To Declare Disaster In Wake Of Tuesday’s StormsThe Christie Administration is pondering a possible disaster declaration in the wake of Tuesday's storm in sections of South Jersey.
Thousands Still Without Power Following Tuesday's StormsAbout 137, 000 people are still without power following Tuesday night's powerful storms.
Loss Of Power Costing Some Small Businesses Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In South JerseyThe continued power outages caused by Tuesday’s thunderstorms are costing some area businesses a lot of money.
Residents In Delaware County Try To Stay Positive Amid Power Outage WoesIt's been two days since a short lived storm cause a ton of damage in Delaware County.
As Delaware County Struggles To Clean Up, PPL Park Opens As Shelter For First RespondersThe entire county remains in a state of emergency, with a little more than 24,000 customers still without power.

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