Even if you have put your phone number on the Do Not Call List, the calls may be coming through. And not just on your home phone; your cell phone is not immune from the telemarketers reach.
The sunshine was a blessing Friday for those living out the battle of the salt.
The snow came down so fast, road crews had a hard time keeping up.
It may look like Bethel Park has an abundant supply of salt heading into this latest winter storm, but the drain on the supply has been wide open lately.
Police have made more arrests in relation to a particular kind of heroin, blamed for several overdose deaths.
Whether it’s Target, Neiman Marcus or Michael’s, customers whose credit card or debit card information is stolen by hackers feel violated and left watching their accounts like a hawk.
The ice on the Allegheny River at East Brady is a solid crust.
Evey True Value hit the equivalent of the salt Powerball jackpot overnight.
Shuttering the schools is almost a no-brainer when the roads are too snowy. But when it comes to temperature, it’s more of a judgment call.
Miserable, look it up and you’ll find the definition – wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable. That pretty much sums up the impact of the weather lately.
Our three rivers are quickly becoming less flowing and more rock solid on the surface.
It’s the only thing between us and gridlock each winter – salt. And most days, since Thanksgiving, road crews have been out there spreading.
A swirling snowstorm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation’s capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
Like soup and sandwich, mom and apple pie, refreshments and movies are inseparable.
Drivers traveling on Route 28 near the Etna bypass this weekend will have to slow down as crews will be working to clean up a massive rockslide.