The city is rightly proud of its fireworks displays, but takes a dim view of anyone else using pyrotechnics inside its borders. This Fourth of July, Pittsburgh’s fireworks task force took a hardline stance.
A new way of grading restaurants could be coming to Allegheny County.
Several bridges have been inspected and reopened, but the Coast Guard and River Rescue crews continue work today to clear the navigational channel on the Monongahela River after three barges broke loose on the water overnight.
While the Allegheny County Health Department wanted to grade restaurants according to how clean and sanitary they are, the county board of health has reversed itself and rejected the grading system.
PennDOT crews have been inspecting local bridges after tremors from an earthquake in Virginia were felt around the area Tuesday afternoon.