Earth Day in Pittsburgh celebrates everything a healthy environment gives us: clean air, sparkling rivers, hiking trails and amazing outdoor spaces in our city. Family-friendly festivals, special events and volunteer activities abound not just on April 22 but throughout the later weeks of April in Pittsburgh. Take part in some or all of these activities in our city this Earth Day.
It’s a tradition that dates back to 1869. Through wars, the depression and even a blizzard, Pittsburgh loves its St. Patrick Day Parade. And this year was no exception.
The cost of cleaning our rivers and streams will be astronomical, promising to send your water and sewer bill through the roof over the next decade.
Narrow streets and dense traffic have not deterred increasing numbers of local residents from pedaling to work, or riding their bikes just for fun.
Health food grocery chain Whole Foods Market has pledged to label all Genetically Modified foods by 2018.
Thousands people are expected to flock to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the annual Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show. Companies will show the latest and greatest products for the home. And one organization will be encouraging people to go green.
Are you thinking about how to reduce your carbon footprint because you’re concerned about the environment? Learn how going green can save you money as you help save the Earth with some tips from Angie’s List.
A plan to ship coal waste on barges from Beaver to Fayette County is not going over well.
Are you tired of rising gasoline prices? Maybe you’d be interested in a car powered by natural gas. It’s cheaper than gasoline and the cars are now becoming available in our area.
Thousands put on their green and flocked to Downtown Pittsburgh Saturday to take in what’s billed as one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country.
The David L. Lawrence Convention Center is a LEED certified “green” building. Nothing could be greener than a vegetable garden on the roof.
Some local homeowners tried to go green, but ended up losing a lot of money. KD Investigator Andy Sheehan is on the trail of a contractor, who took thousands of dollars to install wind turbines and solar panels at local homes.
The river used as a trash can instead of picking up litter like plastic bags and other debris, maintenance crews who said they were employed by PNC Park were caught on camera blowing trash right back into the water.
Thousands of people decked out in green and white flooded the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Saturday morning for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
by Brittany Paris – Angie’s List Nearly 50 percent of Angie’s List members answering our online poll plan to include green building elements in their home this year, but want to learn more first. For […]