James Nani Times Herald-Record @JamesNani845 MIDDLETOWN – A large-scale replacement of city residents’ water meters is expected to begin in the next few weeks, part of a $12.7 million conservation project approved last year. The first of nearly 8,000 state-of-the-art Sensus water meters arrived last week at the city’s former water-treatment plant near Monhagen
Daily Archive: Sunday, March 26, 2017
Have you experienced the embarrassment of forgetting a family member’s birthday or an important assignment? Are you in school and are finding it toilsome to study successfully for exams and tests? It’s not just you! Thousands and thousands of individuals out there have the same challenge, and it doesn’t just affect senior citizens. In school,
MARCH 24, 2017 Image Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Hotel. CreditMatthew Williams A Nice Place to Sleep in a Not-So-Sleepy Corner of Philly When visiting Philly, the waterfront working-class neighborhood of Fishtown may not be at the top of your list. Not just because you likely haven’t heard of it, but because there isn’t anywhere to stay.