Thursday Jul 24
Have you ever driven up South Abington Road and noticed the green and white sign just opposite Lansdowne Avenue that proclaims Clarks Green as "Tree City U.S.A.?" Honoring Clarks Summit, the same sign appears opposite Butler's Sunoco amidst the landscaping at Citizens Savings Bank on State Street.
Road Rage Leads to Stabbing at Gas Station
A man is in the hospital after a road rage incident led to a stabbing outside a gas station in Collingdale Tuesday afternoon.
The Jersey Shore is packed and will be through Labor Day. Here are eight tips on how to make the most out of our very crowded beach towns.
Police Shut Down Bridge After Shooting Near Refinery
Philadelphia Police have shut down part of a busy bridge connecting two neighborhoods after shots were fired near the Sunoco oil refinery.
Pennsylvania Hosts More Than $42 Billion in Projects, With Marcellus...
Growing interest in the Marcellus Shale is driving much of the project spending in Pennsylvania, especially in its rapidly expanding Power Power Industry .
The Mariner East pipeline.
Sunoco's good corporate name is taking a beating these days, as community activists and bloggers post snarky statements under headlines like "Sleazy Sunoco," linking the company to fracking and eminent domain.
Drunk Woman Hits Boyfriend With Car: Police
A man is in critical condition after his intoxicated girlfriend runs him over with a car during a fit of rage.
Rebuilt Parkway Rest Stop Opens in Cape May County
If you're headed down the shore for the three-day holiday weekend, you're in luck: The rebuilt Ocean View rest stop on the Garden State Parkway has opened .
Buyout industry's benefits to region?
Americans tend to admire wealth, success, and investor rescues like Carlyle Group 's 2012 buyout of Sunoco 's aging Philadelphia refinery, followed by a taxpayer-assisted makeover that kept hundreds working.