If you bought a lottery ticket in Bucks County, you might just be $800,000 richer than you were yesterday.
Inside the Sunoco on East Germantown Pike, a routine shift turned violent when a store clerk was shot during a robbery early Wednesday morning.
Many expressed skepticism over the company’s plans to build another pumping station near residential homes in West Goshen Township along 202 and Boot Road.
Crews are responding to the scene of a canopy collapse at a Sunoco gas station.
The demolition is happening in West Deptford, Gloucester County on Saturday.
It was an intense few moments at the APlus Sunoco at the intersection of Queen and Green Lane in Germantown around 12:30 Friday morning.
About 40 activists braved snow and cold during the noon hour outside a center city office tower, to protest a fracking-related project at the headquarters of the firm behind it.
Two people in the Philadelphia area just got $1 million richer.
The $587.5 million Powerball jackpot-winners may not from our area but that does not mean there weren’t any big winners. There were three $1 million tickets sold in Pennsylvania, one of them at a gas station in Montgomery County.
A car crashed into a Sunoco mini-market in the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia Monday.
Governor Tom Corbett announced today that the Commonwealth will enable a global manufacturer of plastics to purchase a portion of the Sunoco Marcus Hook Refinery, impacting hundreds of jobs and creating dozens more.
Sunoco’s South Philadelphia refinery — slated to close next month — will remain open under a deal announced on Monday. 850 jobs are being saved by the deal.
Police in Philadelphia and Montgomery County are investigating the abduction of an employee during a robbery at a gas station early Wednesday morning.
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West Deptford Township committee members were due in Superior Court Thursday to respond to a suit from a citizen attempting to terminate a proposed $15 million settlement between the township and Sunoco.