City Of Pittsburgh
In March, the city of Pittsburgh’s Fineview neighborhood was plagued with a series of burglaries.
In addition to the city’s tree giveaway, many stores are offering freebies in celebration of Earth Day.
Several bishops held a prayer service in Mt. Washington Saturday morning, delivering an Easter blessing for the City of Pittsburgh.
It’s hard to imagine a street in peacetime worse than Brookline Boulevard. The potholes are so deep and so many that Denise Breisinger sprained her ankle in one just crossing the street.
With 6 inches to a foot of snow possibly heading our way Sunday night, city crews are preparing.
The weather is warming up and that means more potholes are popping up.
Potholes — they’re everywhere these days. But getting the government to pay for damage to your car is about as likely as you driving through all the craters on the moon.
With temperatures dipping below zero, several warming shelters have opened around the area for people who need to get out of the dangerous cold.
It’s a simple thank you from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
It’s hard to miss them, scarring so many local roads. But since the city’s “pothole blitz” started, crews have been hard at work, attempting to fill hundreds of potholes by the end of the week.
They’re big, deep and nasty — and they’re all over the place.
Although Mayor Bill Peduto scheduled his first sit-down TV interview with KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Wednesday, he really didn’t want to sit down at all.
His name is now on the door, but Mayor Bill Peduto’s office is still full of boxes, as he met with KDKA political editor Jon Delano for his first TV sit-down interview as mayor to discuss key issues facing the city.
Since Monday, operators at the City of Pittsburgh’s 311phone bank and Allegheny County’s 211 phone bank have been on standby to take calls from anyone in the area with a weather-related problem.
Preparations are getting finalized for Monday’s inaugural festivities of Pittsburgh Mayor-elect Bill Peduto.