You are viewing 3 articles for 22 May 2018

    • City officials hope Philly will be 100 percent reliant on renewable energy by 2050. Rooftop solar panels, pictured here, will help the city reach its goal.

Philly introduces affordable route to rooftop solar

Going solar becomes less expensive every year. Through federal and local programs and financing, homeowners might pay for solar installation in eight to 10 years of monthly payments equal to or…

    • Cultural dance performance during Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration at Mifflin Square Park. Credit: Keith Mui
Eyes on the Street

Philly Parks: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways

In Philadelphia, park love knows no bounds. Unseasonable rain didn’t stop hundreds of people from coming out to clean up their favorite neighborhood green as part of the city's biannual Love…

    • Salima Ellis in the kitchen of her Mt Airy home. (Bas Slabbers for WHYY)

Past due: Plan to stop water shut-offs sputters as rate hike looms

Salima Ellis tries hard to pay her water bill in full every month, but often it's difficult to find the $80 or so she needs to keep the H20 flowing and…

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