Snow Blower Safety Tips: Keep Best Practices In Mind This Winter

With winter snows arriving, homeowners, contractors, and business owners will again rely on their snow blowers to clear driveways and walks. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) is offering tips for safe and correct use of snow blowers. “Your indispensable winter
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Cold Weather Tips for Local Pet Owners

Heidi Ganahl CEO of Camp Bow Wow, 1) Never let your dog off the leash in snow or ice. Although it may seem like a fun option to let your pup frolic in the snow, it can prove to be extremely dangerous. Dogs tend to lose their sense of (more...)

City Offices Closed & Services Curtailed For Christmas & New Year’s Day

All City of Philadelphia offices will be closed and City services curtailed on Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25, 2014 and New Year's Day, Thursday, January 1, 2015 -- both legal holidays. Streets Commissioner David J. Perri reminds residents that trash and recycling (more...)

The Winter Storm Is Arriving In Pennsylvania

According to Fox News, "rain, strong wind gusts of up to 60 miles-per-hour and snow are all expected to be part of a storm set to arrive in our area overnight. Winter storm watches go in effect Wednesday afternoon for several counties, while a winter storm warning (more...)

Winter Storm Is Coming To Philadelphia

Did you buy shovels, sleds, skis or snow blowers? It is looks like we should use them on these weekend. According to news agencies, "impressive snowfall totals are likely with the Nor’easter heading here overnight and thru the morning hours on Friday." Friday will be rainy & windy, with a (more...)

Hair Cuttery Salons Partner with Krausey’s Koats to Help Folks Stay Warm

Hair Cuttery salons in the tri-state area will not only be helping you to LOOK good this holiday season but will also help you to FEEL good – and to do some good as well. The 120 Hair Cuttery salons throughout the (more...)

Maslenitsa: Ancient Way to Bid Farewells to Winter

Today, February 20th, starts an annual week-long celebration of a Russian pagan holiday called Maslenitsa. From the ancient times this holiday signifies the end of winter and the revival of nature. The main attribute of the holiday meals are blini, ultra-thin and buttery crepes, that symbolize the sun, which starts giving (more...)

Phil ‘Predicts’ 6 More Weeks Of Winter

“What started as a small gathering in 1887 has now evolved into tens of thousands of visitors from around the nation and even the world coming to Punxsutawney to participate in this time-honored Groundhog Day tradition,” Gov. Corbett Corbett said after Pennsylvania’s Punxsutawney Phil (more...)

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