Move Over Summer, Here Comes The Fall EquinoxThe season of pumpkin beverages and fall colors officially begins Saturday, September 22, and here's what you need to know.
How Leaves Could Affect Travel Time For Those Who Rely On Transit Systems Transit systems in the region are ready to deal with falling leaves.
Philadelphia Leaf Collection Program Returns, With Some ChangesFrom Monday, Nov. 10 through Friday, Dec. 19, the Streets Department will be offering leaf recycling to help residents dispose of foliage, but officials say there are some changes to note.
Free Fertilizer Delivered On Your DoorstepThe free fertilizer give away is underway! To get yours...just walk outside.
Top Spots To See Fall Foliage Near PhillyLucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
Foliage Leaf PeeperThe Foliage Leap Peeper app, from Yankee Magazine, lets users find and report where the best looking fall colors can be found.
Don't Leave Dangling BranchesWhen trees leaf out, not only will damaged branches be harder to see, they'll also be heavier from all those leaves, posing a greater risk.
Native Trees With Little Leaves A Big Plus
Great Fall Decorations For The HomeReady to decorate your home for fall? Keep your home cozy and stylish this season.
Scorching Summer Could Take A Toll On Fall FoliageSpectacular fall colors are all about the conditions, and a hot summer doesn't help bring out the vibrance.
Late For Work? Blame The Falling LeavesSo you take commuter rail into work and you find the ride is a little slower than usual these days? Blame the change of seasons.
Angie's List: Fall Cleaning JobsWhile the trees might look beautiful this time of year, those falling leaves can be a nuisance. But it's one job that shouldn't be ignored before the cold weather sets in.