Councilwoman Lashes Out, Says PWSA Didn’t Notify Residents Of Boil Advisory Fast EnoughPittsburgh City Council members criticized the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority on Tuesday, claiming the agency knew about the problem that prompted the Flush and Boil Water Advisory.
‘Stay In The Damn Bike Lane’: Mayoral Candidate Makes No Apologies For Confrontation With BicyclistA confrontation between a Pittsburgh City Councilwoman, who is also a mayoral candidate, and a bicyclist over the city's controversial bike lanes was caught on video.
'Lowest Thing I've Seen': Mayoral Race Takes Nasty Turn Over Homeless CampSome people have set up tents near Mayor Bill Peduto’s house to protest a homeless tent city on the North Side.
Volunteers Clean North Side Homeless Camp For Earth DayIn honor of Earth Day, volunteers came to a North Side homeless camp to clean up trash and debris.
Pittsburgh City Councilwoman & Mayoral Candidate Defends Riding Circus ElephantPittsburgh City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Darlene Harris is defending a Facebook picture of herself riding a circus elephant.
Light Of Life Mission's Expansion Plans Draw Both Praise, ConcernsSince the 1950s, the poor and destitute have found a meal and a place to sleep at the Light of Life Mission on the North Side.
Pittsburgh Policing Policy Continues To Change Following BacklashWith dwindling numbers in the Pittsburgh Police Bureau, last month, Chief Cameron McLay announced that officers would no longer respond to scenes of a number of crimes.
Concerns Over New Pittsburgh Policing Policy: "This Is Just Not Safe"A new policy is aimed at freeing up Pittsburgh Police officers so they can respond to more urgent matters, but some say it isn't safe.
Mayor, Councilwoman Kick Off Northside Sandwich WeekThey make food from scratch, at Scratch Food and Beverage.
City Councilwoman Introduces New Ordinance Aimed At Protecting PetsThe focus of a new ordinance being introduced by Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Darlene Harris is all about protecting area pets.
Pittsburgh Rewrites Rules On Naming Public PropertyPittsburgh is changing the way it names public property as it considers affixing a former mayor's name to a $2.3 million soccer facility he championed.
Peduto Proposing Tax, Rate, Fee IncreasesIf you live or do business in the City of Pittsburgh, start preparing to dig a little deeper because you'll be paying more to do either next year.