The Stanton Heights home where three Pittsburgh police officers were shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute in April of 2009 is set to be demolished Monday, bringing down a painful reminder for the community.
It is the first look inside the Civic Arena since demolition started. Earlier this week, crews started pulling down the iconic building piece by piece.
Demolition on the Civic Arena could start as early as Monday. People opposed to the demolition have been trying to keep the decades-old building from being torn down; but word that the dismantling process could soon begin has so many people now looking back at their fond memories of the building.
Demolition of the Civic Arena could begin as early as Friday, but local preservationists have launched a last-ditch effort to save the building.
Crews began demolition inside the abandoned Edge Restaurant on Mount Washington Monday morning.
Demolition work is scheduled to begin Monday on an old, abandoned restaurant on Mount Washington.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh’s planning commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve demolition of the Civic Arena. But shortly after the vote, Hill District resident Eloise McDonald nominated the building for historic status. The move […]
PULASKI TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Crews demolished a rat-infested home in Beaver County this morning. The house, located in Pulaski Township, has been vacant since August. Neighbors complained last week about the infestation. “I am scared […]