The Parkway West and Fort Pitt Tunnel inbound remain closed due to icy conditions.
The city will work to repair potholes this week as part of a three-day “Pothole Blitz.”
They end up in scrap yards, dorm rooms and trash bins, and their absence is costing the City of Pittsburgh thousands of dollars.
A storm basin is supposed to have a little bit of debris, but plenty of room for an inundation when the skies open. But some in the City of Pittsburgh are nowhere close.
November 2009, the Mon Wharf landing enhancement project was dedicated — another step toward completing the Great Allegheny Passage from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he’s looking at what the city might be able to do to help frustrated residents in Hazelwood.
The LeMont restaurant on Mount Washington has reopened following a landslide earlier this week.
In Schenley Park on Saturday, it looked more like a spring day than the day before a giant snowstorm is supposed to hit.
With 6 inches to a foot of snow possibly heading our way Sunday night, city crews are preparing.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews were at it again Friday, fast and furious.
It’s a simple thank you from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
It’s hard to miss them, scarring so many local roads. But since the city’s “pothole blitz” started, crews have been hard at work, attempting to fill hundreds of potholes by the end of the week.
The Seven Fishes feast has been an Italian Christmas tradition for decades and KDKA Radio has joined the crowd by celebrating the feast at Kuhn’s Market every Christmas Eve.
City streets, full of potholes in desperate need of paving, but before even one ounce of asphalt goes down this summer – there’s already a paving predicament. The Ravenstahl Administration submitted its list of summer road repaving projects to City Council over the weekend, and it’s raising concerns about whether politics is dictating what gets paved.