Neighbors Oppose Plans To Build New Middle School Playing Fields In Lower Merion TownshipThe school district plans to create them at 1800 W. Montgomery Avenue and 1835 County Line Road. 
Philadelphia Ranked Among Top 40 Greenest Cities In America, Survey FindsWalletHub's 2021 Greenest Cities in America survey ranks the City of Brotherly Love No. 38 overall. 
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's Power-Plant Carbon-Pricing Plan Nears Finish LineThe centerpiece of Gov. Tom Wolf's plan to fight climate change took another step Tuesday toward the final regulatory threshold to impose a price on carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants in Pennsylvania.
Wildlife Officials Report Dozens Of Dead Birds Across Pennsylvania, Delaware Due To Unknown DiseaseThere have been deaths in multiple mid-Atlantic states and Washington, D.C.
Criminal Probe Launched After Delaware County Gasoline Spill Causes Environmental DisasterThe big question continues to be how did gasoline leave the gas station property, flow down a hill and then enter a storm drain?
Expect To See Even More Spotted Lanternflies This SummerCurrently, the bugs are only focusing on grapevines and hops, which isn’t good news for vino or beer fans or those in the industry.
Brood 10 Periodical Cicadas To Emerge From Ground This MonthAn event 17 years in the making is about to take over the Delaware Valley. It's the biggest event of its kind in the entire world and this region is the only place where you can see it happen.
Public Weighing In On Proposed Wind Farm Stretching From Atlantic City To Stone HarborThe company needs federal permit approval to build 98 towering wind turbines in the ocean.
Philadelphia, Surrounding Suburbs Sue Pennsylvania Over Statute Allegedly Delaying Plastic Bag BanThis lawsuit is to ensure Pennsylvania does its part to start ridding the world of plastic, starting at the local level.
Noisy Swarms Of Cicadas Return To East Coast This Spring After 17-Year HibernationTheir courting and mating sounds can reach 100 decibels, which is as loud as a lawnmower.
Delaware's Plastic Bag Ban Takes Effect FridaySome stores in the First State will no longer be able to use single-use plastic bags at checkout.