Like thousands of taxpayers, Alan Siger of Shadyside paid his city income taxes on time and then noticed something peculiar, he told KDKA money editor Jon Delano.
It’s a sign that makes you wonder, what lawsuit? What pool company? Who could be this angry?
With a series of surveillance cameras all over the city, we all know big brother is watching
There are only two ways to get to the Martelli’s home in Economy Borough these days. The long, slick walk in the snow, or the self-described treacherous drive along the edge of a collapsing driveway.
A 300-foot cell phone tower collapsed Saturday and minutes later a smaller tower fell, killing two contractors and a firefighter, authorities said.
Drivers traveling on Route 28 near the Etna bypass this weekend will have to slow down as crews will be working to clean up a massive rockslide.
There have been many landslides around the area caused by winter weather, and now PennDot is trying to figure out how to clean up one big mess along Route 28.
No one sets out to hire a bad contractor. And yet, homeowners in the midst of remodeling or building projects do it every day.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Brian Lang, owner of Early Bird Construction, about do-it-yourself weekend warriors and what your should or shouldn’t tackle yourself when it comes to home repairs and remodeling.
Both a deck and a patio can provide an outdoor extension of your living space during the summer. But, subtle differences between the two might be better for your needs than another.
April showers may bring May flowers, but they could also cause leaks to your home.
A local contractor was known for helping friends in need, but when a major heart attack struck down his home renovation plans, he learned the truth of that old adage: “what goes around comes around.”
A contractor working on the Carnegie Mellon University campus was found dead Tuesday morning from possible electrocution.
Have a few extra thousand dollars lying around? Maybe you want to invest it in a piece of history. A letter from an irate Frank Lloyd Wright is up for auction.
Last year, Doug Caldwell paid $15,000 for a wind turbine to supply electrical power to his home, but today, all he has to show for it is a concrete pad and cement cylinder.