Trump aims to remove waterway protections, aiding developers

The Trump administration appears ready to move ahead with its plan to remove protections for some of the nation's millions of miles of streams, wetlands and arroyos

Trump aims to remove waterway protections, aiding developers

The Trump administration appears ready to move ahead with its plan to remove protections for some of the nation's millions of miles of streams, wetlands and arroyos

Trump administration approves Keystone pipeline on US land

The Trump administration has approved a right-of-way allowing the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline to be built across U.S. land.

Trump administration approves Keystone pipeline on US land

The Trump administration has approved a right-of-way allowing the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline to be built across U.S. land.

Chicago developer Hilco’s $240 million bid wins auction for bankrupt Philadelphia refinery

Hilco, a Chicago real estate firm that has acquired old power plant sites in Boston and in New Jersey, and is building warehouses on a former steel mill site in Baltimore, reached an agreement to acquire the refinery site.

Chicago developer Hilco’s $240 million bid wins auction for bankrupt Philadelphia refinery

Hilco, a Chicago real estate firm that has acquired old power plant sites in Boston and in New Jersey, and is building warehouses on a former steel mill site in Baltimore, reached an agreement to acquire the refinery site.
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Spotted lanternfly could cost Pennsylvania $324 million a year, Penn State study finds

Researchers at Penn State says the state's spotted lanternfly infestation could drain $324 million from the economy and 2,800 jobs because of the fecund pests' voracious hunger for trees and valuable crops.

No one lives at the airport. So why is Philly’s snowfall measured there?

Snow totals in some areas north and west of the city have been 50 percent higher than the airport's.

Philadelphia refinery hit with $132,000 fine for violations related to June fire

The agency cited the refinery owner for 10 specific violations, including a failure to inspect an elbow in a section of pipe that had corroded significantly since it was installed 46 years before.

Philly refinery auction said to attract Chicago developer that rehabs industrial properties

The fate of the bankrupt Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex, shut down since a catastrophic June fire and explosion, hung in the balance on Friday.

With $5,000 rebate and tax exemption, New Jersey poised to become electric vehicle leader

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is set to sign sweeping legislation Friday that environmental groups say could propel the state into national leadership on electric vehicle sales, with a new $5,000 rebate, combined with an existing sales tax exemption, expected to entice consumers in a big way.

Surprise snowfalls have become rare. In fact, forecast snow often doesn't come.

How much for Philly? The answer is up in the air, about 6,000 feet.

2019 capped off the world’s hottest decade in recorded history

WASHINGTON - The past decade was the hottest ever recorded on the planet, driven by an acceleration of temperature increases in the past five years, according to new data released Wednesday by the U.S. government.

Potential changes to Lehigh River dam are meant to protect Philly’s drinking water, but Poconos businesses aren’t happy about it

The Army Corps of Engineers is looking at how the dam could manage water flows to control the point at which salt creeps up the Delaware River. Keeping that salt line in place is vital to protecting Philadelphia’s drinking water.

How Pennsylvania ski resorts make fake snow to get by in warm winters like this one

The concept dates to the 1930s. It certainly has snowballed since.

Philly taxpayers will spend $9 million this year to have recycling hauled

Last year started poorly for recycling in Philadelphia as the city was forced to send at least half its recycling to incinerators. This year, taxpayers will have to cough up millions more to handle the waste no one really wants anymore. But city officials think things could brighten by spring.

The ‘Jeopardy!’ titans all know their stuff, but here’s why the youngest may have an edge

A person's reaction time starts to slow down as early as the mid-twenties.

New Jersey is offering 29 guided hikes New Year’s Day so you can start 2020 in nature

The New Jersey State Park Service is hosting 29 hikes, 1 mountain bike ride and 1 horseback ride in state parks, forests and historic sites on New Year’s Day.

How $18M for trails in Montgomery County will connect Exton to Philly

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