Boy Scouts Getting Help To Save Colonial-Era CabinA Boy Scout log cabin on a hillside in Oakdale was actually built in North Fayette Township 280 years ago. Boy Scouts of years past moved it to its current location in 1932.
Local Students Compete In Problem Solver CompetitionLittle race cars built by high school engineering students go from zero to 50 in about one second, on a 65-foot track at Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
Moving Memorial Honoring Military On Display In OakdaleA moving memorial honoring military men and women is in our area.
First Phase Of New Botanic Garden Now OpenThe Pittsburgh Botanic Garden opened Friday morning as part of the Secretary of the Interior’s commitment to water restoration and connecting youth to the great outdoors.
4th Annual "Odyssey Day" Explores Alternative Fuel Vehicles Dozens of alternative fuel vehicles were on display today and it was all part of an event called "Odyssey Day."
Groundbreaking Kicks Off Construction Of Region's New PXLocal dignitaries took shovels in hand to officially break ground for this region's new post exchange or PX in Moon Township.
Storm Cleanup Gets Underway In OakdaleMud is the word of the day in Oakdale. The flood waters have receded and left behind a huge mess.
Flash Flood Brings Back Bad Memories For Oakdale ResidentsRobinson Run was roiling and relentless in Oakdale Wednesday as two rounds of heavy rain and storms moved through.
Several Communities Issue Emergency DeclarationsThe severe weather has hit Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas hard, and several communities have issued emergency disaster declarations.
Man Arrested After Fatal Shooting In North Fayette Twp. BarThe Allegheny County Homicide Squad is investigating a deadly shooting inside a North Fayette Township bar.
PTI Breaks Ground For New Welding, Oil & Gas Electronics FacilityThe Pittsburgh Technical Institute broke ground on Tuesday for a brand new facility that will house two new programs. It was an exciting moment for officials at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
Friends Planning Benefit Concerts To Help Local Musician After AttackA $2,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the suspect accused in the brutal beating of a well-known musician on Pittsburgh’s South Side.