PPG Place Ice Rink Closed For The HolidaysThe unseasonable weather has affected the PPG Place Ice Rink yet again.
PTL Links: Dec. 22, 2015Some of today’s guests/topics include: Rachelle Rak, Gaby Et Jules and Autism Connection of PA. Click for more information about today's guests!
Best Holiday Lights Shows In PittsburghTraditional light shows are an enjoyable get-away for families to come together and celebrate the holiday season. Here are some of the best that Pittsburgh has to offer.
New, Larger Downtown Pittsburgh Ice Rink Opens To PublicA new $1 million outdoor ice rink in downtown Pittsburgh was finally set to open after unseasonably warm temperatures spoiled its Light Up Night debut.
PPG Place Ice Rink Finally OpensGet ready to lace up your ice skates!
PPG Place Ice Rink Still Not Open Due To Warm WeatherThe PPG Place Ice Rink suffered yet another delay when it was unable to open Saturday for a previously scheduled event.
Duquesne Light Breaker Failure Affects Parts Of DowntownDuquesne Light is investigating a breaker failure that affected several Pittsburgh neighborhoods Tuesday morning.
Mayor Announces Return Of Pens Big Screen For First Round Home GamesMayor Bill Peduto announced the big screen would return for home games during the Penguins-Rangers series.
Light Up Night 2014 GuideAnyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
Local DJ Broadcasts From Box For Salvation Army FundraiserThere were some double takes at PPG Place when visitors encountered a man in a box Tuesday afternoon.
Brutal Weather Forces Peduto Inauguration Ceremony InsideArctic weather predicted to hit the area early next week has forced Pittsburgh Mayor-Elect Bill Peduto to move his Inaugural Ceremony indoors.
Pittsburghers Out And About On Christmas DayAfter the presents were opened and Christmas feasts were eaten, many Pittsburghers headed out in search of entertainment.