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Pipeline opponents in Lancaster County stage walkout from public hearing

LANCASTER, Pa. – Dozens of people who attended a public hearing Monday on the proposed Atlantic Sunrise pipeline did not stick around for long.

Instead, after a brief statement from Tim Spiese, one of the opponents, the group members each put on a surgical mask and filed out of the building one by one to hold a hearing of their own outside. 318 more words


Agreement reached between Sunoco, environmental groups in relation to Mariner Pipeline Project

HARRISBURG, Pa. — An agreement has been reached between Sunoco and a number of environmental groups relating to the company’s Mariner East 2 Pipeline Project horizontal directional drilling (HDD) activities. 160 more words


Sinkhole on E. 23rd turns into gurgling tub

By Sabina Mollot

A sinkhole that’s been on the bike lane at 23rd Street along the East River for weeks now has grown from being a few feet across to a ten-foot-wide gurgling geyser. 545 more words

Peter Cooper Village

Sunoco to halt drilling of Pipeline Project after State DEP enforces consent order and agreement

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will enforce a Consent Order and Agreement (COA) with Sunoco for violations associated with its Mariner East 2 Pipeline Project in two Chester County townships, the agency announced Tuesday. 357 more words


Sinkhole growing on bike lane at E. 23rd St.

By Sabina Mollot

Cyclists, beware.

A sinkhole that appeared earlier in the month has grown even larger as the ground continues to ripple on the bike lane at East 23rd Street and the FDR Drive. 611 more words

Waterside Plaza

DEP Issues Code Orange Air Quality Alert For Thursday

PHILADELPHIA (CBS)– The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Code Orange Air Quality alert for Thursday, May 18, for Philadelphia and the surrounding area. 164 more words


Elevated Ozone Levels Mean No Open Burning on Tuesday

Open burning permits will not be issued on Tuesday in Hamilton, per order of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

The DEP said there were elevated ozone levels to start the day on Tuesday, April 11 and are expected to stay elevated for most of the day. 117 more words