Those plump, round insects seem to be everywhere these days. They’re called billbugs, beetles, and weevils. But don’t call them ticks, because they’re not.
Everyone wants a lush, green lawn. But, what’s the best way to achieve it – sod or seed?
The warning from state officials is loud and clear. Every county in Pennsylvania is vulnerable to Lyme disease borne by the blacklegged tick.
Would you consider hiring a herd of goats to eat your weeds?
It started as a parking ticket on a windshield, a nearly $400 parking ticket, at the North Park Boathouse.
Hundreds of people gathered in North Park on Memorial Day for a Wounded Warriors run and walk, including Pennsylvania National Guard Major Mike Clark.
There are more reports of unusually expensive parking tickets at North Park.
Drivers couldn’t believe their eyes; parking tickets that ordered them to pay hundreds of dollars.
Allegheny County leaders are taking a close look at County Police ticketing practices following a “Get Marty” investigation.
You’ve probably never heard of it, but it may be in your yard. Snow mold.
The quest for a lush, green lawn takes a lot of work and involves more than just mowing.
To keep the grass in Paris trim this summer, the city is using sheep. Apparently, they’re efficient and cheap, but if that option doesn’t work for you, Consumer Reports has some excellent lawnmower choices for you to chew on.
Spring is an important time for your lawn. If you neglect it now, you’ll pay the price the rest of the year. Here are three steps for spring lawn care from Angie’s List.
If your lawn is lacking some green, you are not alone. In just about every neighborhood, you can find brown, crunchy grass. It’s certainly not pretty, and unfortunately, there’s not much you can do to fix it besides watering.
It’s been a hard summer on our yards and experts say now is when you need to act if you want to improve your turf next year. The Post-Gazette’s Organic Gardener Doug Oster says now is the time to rent an aerating machine.