Peters Township police say they arrested a mother for driving drunk with her two children in the backseat.
The Liquor Control Board reports that Allegheny County spent $260 million on booze last year, that’s even more than they spent in Philadelphia.
Dan McClain describes himself as a hard-working local man. The 35-year-old Democratic County Council District 1 candidate was out campaigning on his grandparents’ street Friday.
High school football playoffs start this Friday, but Montour will be without five of its players.
A western Pennsylvania woman has been jailed on charges that she locked her 75-year-old mother and 15-year-old son in the basement after returning home drunk from a bar.
A bill introduced to Pittsburgh City Council today aims to crack down on underage drinking.
Hundreds of students showed up a for a charity soccer match at CMU Sunday.
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If you live, work or dine in certain communities like the city of Pittsburgh — you could get an unexpected jolt to your wallet, like a separate city-imposed drink tax.
Police are investigating after a New Kensington man was injured while allegedly setting off a pipe bomb.
More wine and spirits stores are getting expanded hours, the Pennsylvania State Liquor Control Board announced Monday morning, and that includes some in this region.
When it comes to controversy, Pete Rose is all too familiar with it. Baseball’s all-time hits leader has been banned from the sport he drew his ‘Charlie Hustle’ name from since 1989 for betting on games while he was manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
It may have been a combination of alcohol and exotic dancer that resulted in mayhem in McKeesport Tuesday night when police say a graduation party got out of control and shots were fired.
It’s the newest Sheetz to open in this region — in Bethel Park — and like most Sheetz stores, it offers gasoline, meals to order, lots of snack foods and plenty of drinks.
Senators are getting a lot to consider during the third and final Senate committee hearing on proposals to liberalize the sale of beer, wine and liquor.