Allegheny County Health Department
A new way of grading restaurants could be coming to Allegheny County.
School officials say the construction being done on Mt. Lebanon High School will require asbestos removal.
How does free bus service sound? That’s part of a new proposal to clean up the air here in Pittsburgh.
An E. coli outbreak linked to a restaurant in Oakland sickened five people this month. Today, the restaurant reopened and the Health Department has not nailed down the source of the E. coli.
The Allegheny County Health Department is investigating after five people were diagnosed with E. coli infections after eating at a restaurant in Oakland this month.
In May of last year the opening of the VA Hospital’s new medical building in Oakland was a tonic after all the bad publicity because of the Legionella bacteria outbreak at veterans’ facilities here.
The Allegheny County Health Department has issued a warning regarding rabid bats.
Allegheny County is offering a bounty for your old wood stoves and outdoor wood-fired boilers that do not meet new rules for air emissions.
County health officials are warning consumers to discard milk they may have purchased from a local company.
The Allegheny County Health Department is issuing a warning about the return of the Asian Tiger mosquito.
Hoping no one will ever need them, the state is making potassium iodide tablets available to people in certain areas.
UPMC confirms that Legionella bacteria has been detected at Heritage Place, a 145-bed skilled nursing facility managed by UPMC in Squirrel Hill.
Many people around the area are dealing with the effects of widespread damage and flooding from Wednesday powerful storms.
The damage is extensive at an apartment on the North Side and the tenants say they’ve gotten nowhere with building management, but now the health department is stepping in.
Neighbors on Smithfield Street in Elizabeth Township say they are fed up with one of their neighbor’s trash.