Giant Eagle is hosting two job fairs. They want to fill 550 positions for Giant Eagle and Valu King stores in the North Hills and Cranberry. They will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 […]
A company is recalling mangos because they could be contaminated with salmonella. If you’ve purchased Daniella Mangos, supplied by Splendid Products, LLC, since July 28, 2012, throw them out. The mangos were sold at local Giant Eagle stores.
Monroeville police say a mother from Falls Church, Va., is being cited after she left her two small children alone inside a parked car. Emily Escobar, 30, told police she was only in Giant Eagle for 10 minutes.
It’s called Valu King – the newest discount grocery store to enter the Pittsburgh market. Owned by Giant Eagle, Valu King will make its Pittsburgh debut in the North Hills along McKnight Road at the site once occupied by Roomful Express.
Police are looking for a suspected bank robber. The robbery happened at the Citizens Bank inside Giant Eagle in Brentwood just before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
State police are investigating a bomb threat at a local grocery store. The threat targeted the Giant Eagle in Hempfield Township.
Police are investigating after an overnight robbery in the parking lot of a local supermarket.
The list of packaged lettuce being voluntarily recalled is growing. River Ranch Fresh Foods added six more items to the list this weekend.
Giant Eagle is telling customers about a recall for Farmer’s Market lettuce. The varieties include Garden Supreme, Garden Salad, Leafy Romaine, American Salad, Parisian Blend, Romaine Garden Salad and Shredded Lettuce.
Even though gas prices are dropping, wouldn’t it be nice to fill up for free?
Want to stock up on your groceries without setting foot in a store? Giant Eagle launched its new personal shopping service, Curbside Express, Monday at its Market District store in Robinson.
A woman is accused of stealing a local woman’s identity — not to steal her personal information or even her money – but to get her prescriptions.
Most shoppers can’t believe that some of the leading grocery chains have been adding something called pink slime to their ground beef. It’s an additive that the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) says is safe but which many consumers question.
Are you tired of pushing grocery carts or wasting precious time looking for food items? Well, a new service at Giant Eagle Market District might be right for you.
Third and fourth graders, clad in red T-shirts, burst through the doorway at Minadeo Elementary School in Squirrel Hill. Minadeo is one of 14 area schools participating in Giant Eagle’s “Kids of Steel” program.