Giant Eagle is cutting prices on more than 3,000 popular grocery items.
The Ohio company that makes the “Giant Eagle Market District Bolognese Pasta Sauce” is recalling about 25,000 pounds of the product, the Associated Press reports.
Kellogg’s is recalling boxes of its “Special K Red Berries” cereal, saying some boxes might contain glass fragments.
The recent news that Giant Eagle would no longer provide discounts via foodperks did not sit well with many.
The food and gas retailer Giant Eagle will no longer offer its foodperks program to customers after Feb. 13.
State police in Westmoreland County are asking your help in identifying a man caught on surveillance camera who robbed a woman earlier this month.
Someone in Beaver County is $1 million richer this holiday season.
Hundreds of local fans turned out Wednesday afternoon, for pastry chef Buddy Valastro’s visit to the Giant Eagle Market District in Settler’s Ridge.
We all know we can save money with coupons, but most of us just can’t find the time to clip and use them. Now, some new, free apps let you skip the clipping and instead bring the coupons, specials and even recipes right to your phone.
Do you go into sticker shock every time you need medicine for your pet? Well, consider shopping around the next time your pet gets sick. Your veterinarian is not the only place selling the drugs you might need for Spot or Fluffy.
Discount supermarket wars are heating up in the Pittsburgh area. On Sunday, the Giant Eagle chain opens its first value-priced grocery, called “Good Cents,” on McKnight Road in the North Hills.
Giant Eagle’s first foray into discount grocery shopping in the Pittsburgh market starts this weekend. The new Good Cents store opens on Sunday on McKnight Road next to the new Bottom Dollar discount grocery store.
A medical helicopter was called to McKeesport late Tuesday afternoon to airlift a little boy who was hit by a car.
Remember when folks lined up to shop when the latest Bottom Dollar grocery store opened this summer? Well, now Giant Eagle is fighting back — and their customers say it’s about time.