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  • FirstEnergy Encourages Customers to Prepare for Severe Storm

    FirstEnergy Encourages Customers to Prepare for Severe Storm
    FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) utilities Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), Penelec, Met-Ed, West Penn Power, Potomac Edison and Mon Power encourage all customers to prepare for the possible severe impacts of Hurricane Sandy early next week. Weather...
  • Hurricane Sandy's impact on the Lehigh Valley: Power outages, damaged trees, closed roads

    Hurricane Sandy's impact on the Lehigh Valley: Power outages, damaged trees, closed roads
    Hurricane Sandy left the Lehigh Valley and Poconos regions in the dark and with a few less trees but with little damage compared to the beating suffered in neighboring New Jersey. The only death reported by local emergency and police officials as of...
  • Governor Corbett Announces Important Contact Information, Resources for Pennsylvanians Affected by Hurricane Sandy

    Governor Corbett Announces Important Contact Information, Resources for Pennsylvanians Affected by Hurricane Sandy
    Governor Tom Corbett today announced the following list of important phone numbers, texting resources and websites for Pennsylvanians who have lost power, require shelter or are experiencing emotional distress in relation to Hurricane Sandy....
  • Easton, its suburbs, wrestle with power outages

    More than 36 hours after a shade tree and a utility pole came crashing across her Easton property, Caren Leonard remained a virtual prisoner at her house, with electrical wires strewn about her front yard and no word on when any of the wreckage would be...
  • MANAGERS HIGHLIGHT READING GUEST LIST ... CORRECTED DATE

     
    Reading Phillies fans will get their first glimpse of new manager Dusty Wathan at the team's 2012 Phillies Winter Banquet on Tuesday, Jan. 24th at Reading's Crown Plaza Hotel. Also returning to Reading for the second straight year is IronPigs manager Ryne...
  • RT 222 SHOWCASE RETURNS TO READING ...

     
    The 5th-annual Rt. 222 Showcase between the Phillies' top two minor league affiliates will return to Reading this year. The exhibition game between the Triple-A IronPigs and the Double-A Reading Phillies will be played on Tuesday, Apri 3, at Reading's...
  • IRONPIGS OPEN CAMP MARCH 1, BEGIN SPRING SEASON MARCH 11

     
    The IronPigs will officially begin their quest for a second straight International League playoff berth on Thursday, March 1, when the Phillies open their minor league camp at the Carpenter Complex in Clearwater. Ryne Sandberg's team will open its 18-game...
  • HOWARD VISIT TO COCA-COLA PARK A DISTINCT POSSIBILITY ...

     
    Now that one major rehab appearance is (seemingly) out of the way, can another be far behind? Ryan Howard is expected to be examined today in Philadelphia, and if all goes well he could begin a rehab assignment as early as Thursday night in Lakewood. So...
  • 6 R-PHILS PICKED FOR EASTERN LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME ...

     
    The home-town fans will have plenty to cheer for in next month's Eastern League all-star game at Reading's FirstEnergy Stadium. Six Reading Phillies were selected to play in the game -- first baseman Daren Ruf, second baseman Carlos Hernandez, shorstop...
  • Obama isn't paying your electric bill

     
    The federal government wastes more money every day than I'll earn in a lifetime, but one thing Uncle Sam isn't springing for is your electric bill. Don't believe it if you get a text message, Twitter or Facebook message or......
  • Village to start negotiating pact for electricity services for residents, businesses

     
    Orland Park officials Monday authorized staff to negotiate a two-year retail electricity contract expected to save village residents and businesses $9 million they would otherwise …...