Philly Water Crisis is Over — Lessons Learned and Next Steps
After the scare - hydrate, prepare, and share your surplus (if you have it) Philadelphia - Tuesday, March 28, 2023, The Philadelphia Water Department announced that Philadelphia “[tap] water is safe” to drink. Water from the Baxter water treatment plant has had continuous testing since last Friday’s spill and the threat is officially over. The initial alert went out Sunday “out of an abundance of caution” — in case ongoing testing found contamination.
Philadelphia ranked worst in U.S. for sleeping
Philadelphia residents have the most trouble sleeping, according to a new study that ranked cities by “sleep health.”. The study was conducted by U.S. News and World Report in 2023.
An Insider's Guide to Exploring Philadelphia's Tourist Attractions in 2023
Philadelphia is a place of heaven for those who have a penchant for culture and history. No other city can show you the real history and America’s past as Philadelphia can. This city was the capital of America, let you explore the Philadelphia top tourist attractions and historical places such as the national historical park, museum of art, academy of natural sciences, and many other places.
Discover delicious cuisine during Dine Latino Restaurant Week in Philadelphia
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GPHCC) proudly announces its sixth iteration of Dine Latino Restaurant Week, April 3 – 7, 2023. The celebration of culture will include an expansive list of participating restaurants in and around Philadelphia. A diverse offering of Latino-owned and operated locations provide various culinary styles beyond traditional Latino cuisine. The five-day culinary event will offer patrons one (1) complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two (2) dinner entrees.
Philly Good Neighbor Alert: Sierra and Anthony at Carnation Apartments
Sierra at Carnation Apartments - A highlight in my housing journey. With all the bad news and tragedies that are going on in the world, I wanted to start a series that highlights some unsung heroes in the Philadelphia tri-state area. There are far too many complaints and not enough compliments - so here we go!
The Beauty of Cherry Blossoms in Pennsylvania: Best Viewing Spots
Spring had arrived in Pennsylvania, and with it, the much-awaited blooming of the cherry blossom trees. The pink and white petals of the trees brought a wave of beauty and serenity to the state. People from all over came to see the spectacle, capturing photos and memories that would last a lifetime.
Philadelphia police found 6 Year Old Locked Naked in a Dog's Cage While His Young Sisters Partially Clothed in the Rain
Police in Northeast Philadelphia uncovered a shocking discovery in Takoni on the 4200 block of Glenview Street, and a mother is now being questioned about it. The preliminary information that the police are receiving as a result of this investigation, according to the authorities, is really heartbreaking.
Chemical Spill in Delaware River Tributary: What To Know
Delaware River Tributary Chemical Spill Prompts Water Conservation Request, Authorities Reassure Residents of Safe Drinking Water. A chemical spill occurred early Saturday morning in a tributary of the Delaware River near Bristol, PA, when a mechanical failure at the Trinseo facility released an estimated 8,100 gallons of latex finishing material. The spill has prompted New Jersey American Water to issue a voluntary conservation notice for customers in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties while reassuring residents that the treated water remains safe to consume.
Doc Rivers Does It AGAIN! | Paul Reed DISRESPECTED! | Time To Play Jaden Springer?
The Sixers fall to the Nuggets by a final score of 116-111. Today, we recap the game and break down everything important that you should take away from the game. The Sixers now sit at 49-26 on the season. Paul Reed proved once again last night why Doc Rivers can't bench him for the playoffs. Also, is it time to experiment with Jaden Springer? #Sixers #docrivers #paulreed #jadenspringer #joelembiid #jamesharden #tyresemaxey #NBA #SixersNews #NBANews #nikolajokic
12 Injured in Apartment Floor Accident Near Pennsylvania University
The collapse of a second-story floor inside an apartment complex near the Indiana University of Pennsylvania left a dozen people injured. Seven of them were taken to hospitals, while five were treated at the scene. According to state police, the injuries ranged from serious to minor. It remains unclear how many people were inside the apartment at the time of the collapse.
Is Philadelphia Tap Water Safe to Drink Following a Chemical Spill, as Confirmed by Officials Through Monday Night?
Philadelphia residents can breathe a sigh of relief as officials have announced that tap water is safe to drink through Monday night, following a recent chemical spill in a tributary of the Delaware River.
Philly's Bottled Water Craze Continues as Residents Doubt Safety of Tainted Tap Water
Residents in Philadelphia are continuing to buy bottled water, despite officials rescinding their recommendation to do so after a toxic spill in the Delaware River. Many are taking precautions and stocking up on water bottles just in case. The water scramble started when an alert was sent out recommending the use of bottled drinking water out of caution after a latex product spill that occurred on Friday. Grocery stores have been inundated with people buying water bottles, with some stores limiting how many cases people can walk out with, and others selling out completely.
Collingswood’s Beloved ‘Little House on the Prairie’ Actor Gets a Park Bench Dedicated in His Name!
If you're a fan of classic TV shows like 'Bonanza' and 'Little House on the Prairie,' you'll likely know the name Michael Landon. But did you know that before he became a small screen legend, he was a boy named Eugene Orowitz, growing up in Collingswood, New Jersey? This May, Landon's hometown will honor his legacy with the dedication of a park bench in his name at Newton Lake Park.
MAKING MOVES: EAGLES LOOKING TO TRADE THE 10th Or 30th Pick? | Jalen Hurts Contract Update | Lamar!
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Forsythia in Old City Philadelphia to Host Five-Course Morel Mushroom Dinner
Forsythia, Chef Christopher Kearse’s contemporary French restaurant and bar in Old City, is hosting its first-ever collaborative installment of the monthly The French AF Series featuring Chef Eli Collins for La Fête du Morille on Wednesday, April 12. Collins and Kearse have expertly curated a five-course dinner showcasing various morel mushroom-centric dishes for food enthusiasts, with the option of selecting wine pairings hand-picked and guided by Matthieu Celerier of Celerier’s Cellar.
Philly’s Sunday Water Scare — What Happened and What You Should Do
Philadelphia — 2:00 pm, Sunday, March 26, 2023, an emergency text alert went out warning Philadelphia residents not to drink the tap water due to possible contamination. Later reports would reveal that it was a latex chemical spill in Bucks County.
Crisis At Walmart: Hundreds of Workers Being Laid-Off at Fulfilment Centers. What is Happening?
Hundreds of workers are being laid-off at five Walmart E-commerce Fulfilment Centers. According to a March 24 article, Reuters reports that, "Hundreds of workers at five U.S. Walmart facilities that fulfill e-commerce orders are being asked to find jobs within 90 days at other company locations, a spokesperson confirmed to Reuters.
WOW! A JEFFREY SIMMONS TRADE WOULD BE A GAME CHANGER | BIJAN ROBINSON BECOMES A LOCK IN Philly!!!
#JeffreySimmons #Draft5 #TradeRumors 🔥 WOW, A JEFFREY SIMMONS TRADE WOULD BE A GAME CHANGER | BIJAN ROBINSON WOULD BE A LOCK IN PHILLY! 🔥 WOW! A JEFFREY SIMMONS TRADE WOULD BE A GAME CHANGER | BIJAN ROBINSON BECOMES A LOCK IN PHILLY!
Philadelphia Residents Rush to Buy Bottled Water Following River Contamination
Photo byGREGG NEWTON/GREGG NEWTON/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES; ROBERT ALEXANDER/GETTY IMAGES. Over the weekend, a chemical spill in the Delaware River led to the closure of intakes at a crucial water treatment plant in Philadelphia. As a result, residents were advised to "consider switching to bottled water" to avoid potentially ingesting chemicals. The advisory, issued on Saturday, sparked a frenzy of panic buying, with videos showing long lines and empty shelves at local grocery stores.
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