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Winter Storm Warning Issued as Philly Braces for More Snow

The early part of March is certainly roarin’ like a lion in our neck of the woods as Philly braces for its second winter snowstorm […]

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Still Recovering From Friday’s Nor’easter, Philly Region Faces Another One

Let’s take a moment to send good vibes to the roughly 99,000 people in Philly and its surrounding counties who were still without power as of Sunday […]

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Strong Winds Toppling Trees, Complicating Evening Commute

Maybe it’s just what happens in March, or maybe it’s one of the most bizarre snow/windstorms ever to hit Philly. Either way, it’s ugly out […]

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Jersey Shore Bracing for Potentially Damaging Wind, Flooding

Forecasters say the Jersey Shore (and Philly) are in for some rough weather this weekend. A powerful nor’easter is expected to make its way to […]

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City Life

Light Snow Could Affect Wednesday’s Morning Commute

Snow flurries originally expected to affect Tuesday’s evening commute will hit the region a little later than expected, forecasters say. The National Weather Service has […]

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City Says It’s Sorry That Your Trash Hasn’t Been Picked Up

Trash pickup is one of those basic city services that people expect to work correctly, and then they freak out, rightfully so, when things go […]

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City Life

PHOTOS: Philly Transformed Into a Giant Ice Rink Last Night

ICYMI – or in case you haven’t yet wiped out like the rest of us – Philly transformed into a giant ice skating rink last […]

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The Snow’s Not Over: Wintry Mix Could Make For an Icy Evening Commute

UPDATE: Philadelphia public and Archdiocesan schools will close at 1 p.m. on Monday due to inclement weather. All after-school activities are canceled. For a full […]

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Wind, Cold Remain Threats for Commuters After Snowstorm

Congrats, Philly. We made it through Thursday’s rather messy snowstorm. Still, we’re not quite in the clear. Strong winds, bone-chilling cold, slush and ice could make […]

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Cancellations, Closures, and Detours: What to Know About the Snowstorm

Good morning, Philly. Have you looked out your window yet? We’re not under a blizzard warning like New Jersey, but strong snow-blowing winds might make […]

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Snow and Even Colder Temps Are Headed Philly’s Way

Philly’s deep freeze is far from over. In fact, it’s going to get worse before it gets better. Forecasters with the National Weather Service say […]

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City Life

Believe It or Not, We Could Get Snow This Weekend

Today, it’s hard to believe it’s December. The air is balmy; the high is 62. But don’t get too comfortable – forecasters are predicting snow […]

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City Life

Feds: Ambler Man Used Mom’s Shore House to Steal $250K in Sandy Funds

An Ambler man has been charged with using phony documents to steal more than $250,000 in FEMA funds that were supposed to go toward aiding his mother in Ocean […]

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Trump Picks Philly-Native Businessman to Run Federal Weather Agency

In typical fashion, President Donald Trump has picked the wealthy CEO of the for-profit Pennsylvania-based AccuWeather to oversee the National Weather Service. Trump tapped Philly-native Barry […]

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City Life

Here’s How You Can Help Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria plunged the already-pummeled Puerto Rico into total darkness on Wednesday, knocking out the island’s power grid with category 4 winds up to 155 mph. […]