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Stores Evacuated Due to Smell of Gas; Heavy Snow to Blame

SCRANTON — Lunch hour was interrupted and stores were forced to shut, after workers noticed a strong smell of gas inside a shopping center on Meadow Avenue in Scranton. 238 more words

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UGI urges residents to prepare for storm conditions and follow safe practices

With significant snow accumulations and sleet predicted beginning Monday evening and continuing through Wednesday morning, UGI encourages residents to be “winter-wise” by preparing for the storm and using safe practices when clearing ice and snow on their property. 720 more words

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Gas Bills Going Up for UGI Customers

READING, PA — If you heat your home with gas, your bill could be going up.

UGI Penn Natural Gas announced a 2.9 percent rate hike for customers starting Wednesday, March 1. 15 more words

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Smart Thermostat Rebates for PPL & UGI

PPL currently offers a $100 rebate for contractor-installed NEST version 2.0 or 3.0 thermostats (compared to a self-installed rebate of $50).

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NAI Keystone is excited to have a part in VF's Redevelopment and Various Projects within the Wyomissing Area.

Bryan Cole and John Buccinno of NAI Keystone are excited to be part of the rapid progress in West Reading and Wyomissing and are involved in a number of large public projects along with a few projects that sometimes fall below the radar. 482 more words

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UGI Penn Natural Gas Seeking Rate Hike

READING, PA — UGI Penn Natural Gas is asking the state for a rate hike.

The company filed a request with the Public Utility Commission to raise base rates by 10 percent. 67 more words

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Crews Hit Gas Line, Several in Lackawanna County Asked to Evacuate Homes

THROOP — Emergency crews flooded Sanderson Street in Throop after a UGI crew working on a gas main at the intersection of Haverly Street struck it, causing it to leak. 351 more words

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