Four hives on the roof of the Duquesne Club in Downtown Pittsburgh contain about 75,000 very busy bees.
People passed by carefully when trying to avoid a swarm of thousands of honeybees on the wall of a walkway above the Parkway North.
For most people, bees and wasps are just a nuisance. But for more than a million Americans, stings from those insects can be deadly.
There’s a bit of an unwanted congregation at a local church.
Forest Hills is considering allowing people to raise chickens and bees, and the idea is creating quite a buzz.
Summer is winding down and we’re headed into fall. But did you know this time of year is when bees are most active and aggressive? And that can be bad news for people who are allergic.
For some, it was a menacing sight. Hundreds of bees were spotted swarming outside of The Pennsylvanian, a downtown apartment complex.
Burgh Bees, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit beekeeping organization, is hoping to capitalize on a new urban agriculture ordinance to construct an apiary in Beechview.
A Westmoreland County family is bee-free this morning after a huge hive was removed from their Delmont home yesterday.