Greater Philadelphia area residents without power are finding novel ways to keep things running close to normal.
For the freshest seafood around, head to one of these Philadelphia area fishmongers.
Two female shoplifting suspects left behind a infant after being confronted by security at a Cherry Hill store, police said.
Wegmans Food Markets says it’s recalling two fruit juice products because they may contain unacceptable levels of a byproduct of mold.
The town council of Cherry Hill, NJ has approved a change in township liquor laws that will allow supermarkets to sell alcohol inside their stores.
Wegmans Food Markets has recalled its house brand of flour because it may contain small, blue polyurethane balls.
“We’re not going to be buying milk, eggs, and bread here today,” said Terry from Wayne, (Delaware County).
Police on the Upper Main Line are warning shoppers to be extra careful with their purses,handbags and wallets after two thieves have struck at least 3 times in recent weeks.
The 3-alarm fire reportedly broke out inside a townhouse complex located on Preakness Court behind the Wegman’s grocery store.
If you’re like most people, you probably do the majority of your grocery shopping at one supermarket. But is that really the best store for you?
It’s been said that nothing in life is free. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan, who is always up for a challenge, wanted to prove that saying wrong.
Wegmans Food Markets is recalling 5,000 pounds of pine nuts sold in the bulk foods department of its stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland between July 1 and Oct. 18, citing possible salmonella contamination.
Chris reacts to the latest school budget news and implementation of the soda tax. He talks to Phillies Manager Charlies Manuel about the weekend series in Pittsburgh and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum about his announcement to run for President.
A total of ten Wegman’s supermarkets will be opting out of the wine kiosk program – including stores in Warrington, Downingtown and Collegeville — that’s nearly a third of the 32 kiosks currently up and running across Pennsylvania.
It’s one of the most popular places for lunch these days: your local salad bar! 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan shows you how to be “salad bar smart.”