The shutdown comes less than a month after the full Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission ruled the pipeline can resume operations safely.
The PUC ordered a $320 million rate reduction for most of the state's utilities to reflect federal tax cuts. But some suburban Philly water customers will see rates increase.
The acquisition includes about 1,000 sewer customers in Sadsbury Township, who already are Pa. American water customers. The deal requires state approval.
Mr. Stagliano became fixated on transforming an abandoned rail line near his home into a park. The popular walking trail is now known as the Merchantville Mile.
Edward Jefferson was charged in the stabbing last week in the Market-Frankford Line subway concourse in Center City that critically injured two other teens
Rising crude oil prices and the annual switchover to summer-grade gasoline have caused pump prices to surge recently, according to market-watchers.
Airlines, restaurants, car rental companies, retailers and government agencies are hiring, according to airport, which is holding a job fair Tuesday at Temple.
The freight-handling company notified 161 employees at Philadelphia airport's Cargo City they will be laid off in June after a contract with an air carrier was not renewed.
The decision could shut out Philadelphia refiners from Pittsburgh markets, imperiling some of the 1,600 refinery jobs in Philadelphia.
Andrew Maykuth covers energy news.