Just a few months ago, it was considered one of the most run-down, worn out bridges in our area. On Monday, about 18,000 drivers are getting their first chance to drive on the newly rebuilt Boston Bridge.
It is the first look inside the Civic Arena since demolition started. Earlier this week, crews started pulling down the iconic building piece by piece.
It’s one of the busiest places for pedestrians in the area, but it’s also one of the most dangerous. Forbes Avenue in Oakland has been the scene of dozens of crashes over the last few years, but part of the problem also involves people on foot who don’t obey the law.
It’s the first day of fall and people are starting to think about scaring up some Halloween fun. Scarehouse is one of this area’s most popular haunted attractions and it’s getting ready to open its doors for the spooky season. This year though, you’ll find some hauntingly familiar scenes behind those doors.
Groupon can help and hinder business for some local restaurants.
If you didn’t get your Facebook fix yet today, you’re potentially in for a rude awakening. The social networking website made some big changes over the weekend.
These days, many people looking for ways to save on big-ticket items are passing on new cars and buying used. Consumer Reports said buying a used car can be one of the best ways to save a big chunk of money.
Once a gas station and then a parking lot, a small section of downtown Pittsburgh has been dramatically transformed into an urban oasis.
Zambelli is famous for its fireworks, but this weekend they’re adding something different to the mix. The company plans to “Light The River” after Pitt’s game against Buffalo at Heinz Field.
In January, new federal regulations on energy efficiency go into effect that will begin to phase out standard incandescent light bulbs.
So far, millions of people have watched Mac Miller’s video on YouTube for his new single, “Frick Park Market.” Business there has been booming.
Every day, thousands of people are trying their luck at local casinos. However, for some who take charter buses, they might be gambling with their lives.
It all starts with a turn of the creaky old wheel – that triggers the giant catapult and the massive teeter totter that hurls bowling balls into the air.
As parents around the region kick off their back-to-school shopping, some students already have a jump start.
In the shadow of the Cathedral of Learning, a small enterprise has sprung. For $9, you too can wear the black and gold soon to be made famous by the Gotham Rogues, the team set to take over Heinz Field as part of “The Dark Knight Rises.”