A River Wards facility has the technology to more efficiently recycle your appliances…for free.
Back in March 1946, there was a strike at the massive General Electric facility, which stretched from 67th to 70th streets and Elmwood to almost Paschall avenues in Southwest Philadelphia’s Eastwick neighborhood.
Dr. Cynthia Fusco’s life at Aria Health is a universe apart from her days as a spacecraft engineer.
Joe Luczkowski gets a phone call at 3 a.m.
At a new plant in Bridesburg, a sophisticated process is getting rid of mountains of appliances that have outlived their usefulness. Even better, say company reps, the process is good news for the environment.
They are military veterans, most of them living lives in limbo, torn by war. They don’t have much. But they do have the Comfort House. This is Times staffer Jenny Swigoda’s story and photo essay.