Whether you leave town for a vacation or leave to run a few errands, it’s easy for busy people to become careless and leave their home vulnerable to break-ins.
The bad condition of the area’s locks and dams is obvious. For 21 years, David Boyd — who now captains a tow boat — has seen the problems coming.
A young woman stands outside the backdoor to her apartment where she used to live alone. She is afraid to show her face because she is scared “they” may come back.
A 160-foot long AEP legacy towboat has docked along the North Shore and is an added bonus for Regatta visitors. The towboat is here for the public to see, but it is also here to deliver a warning about river safety.
The Army Corps of Engineers has more information on the lock service reduction on the Allegheny River. For more details, visit their website.
The Army Corps of Engineers has announced it is decreasing lock service on the Allegheny River. Officials say the reduction is the result of federal budget cuts.
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