Commuters on the Parkway West know the morning commute can be rough. However, no one expected that part of Wednesday morning’s rush hour delays would be caused by a pig running loose on the road.
The Parkway West received the not-so distinguished honor of being named one of the most congested roads in the country.
There were concerns in a Green Tree neighborhood Thursday morning when a train began leaking a fuel mixture in a rail yard. Neighbors who could smell the chemicals say they are upset that they were not evacuated.
Students at St. Margaret of Scotland school in Green Tree — and their parents — are going green by signing this pledge to install at home items in an energy efficiency kit sent free to participants from Duquesne Light.
State police say the inbound side of the Parkway West has been closed near the Green Tree exit following an accident early this morning.
More than two dozen homes are without water after a water main break in Green Tree.
There are plenty of cones and barrels up around town, but PennDOT has saved the big-time closures and detours for the weekends when there aren’t any major events. So, with the Pirates out of town, this is the weekend for delays.
A call about a hostage situation at a house in Green Tree was apparently a hoax. A man with a Middle Eastern accent called police around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The man allegedly claimed he had seven hostages, explosives and wanted transportation.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Pitt will be well represented in this summer’s Pittsburgh Basketball Club Pro-Am at the Greentree Sportsplex with 13 players participating.
The fifth annual WPIAL Hall of Fame class was announced recently, and 93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger proposes a few of his own criteria for induction.
Police from 14 communities are investigating a rash of burglaries.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment numbers are getting better. Earlier this week, the state announced the jobless rate is back below nine percent. Despite that good news, a job fair was held in Green Tree Thursday and it was a pretty bustling place.
Two Pittsburgh firefighters were arrested in separate incidents this weekend; it follows a string of arrests for the fire bureau.
David Harris, Professor of Law at Pitt talks with Mike Pintek and tries to make sense of the tactics of Green Tree Police Chief Andrew Lisiecki who bared it all to catch an allegedly hooker.