A hole in the middle of one Pittsburgh street has a family upset.
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.
What most people took away from Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget address on Tuesday is that gas prices could go up even further to pay for our region’s transportation and road costs.
Traffic is once again flowing along Fort Pitt Boulevard in downtown Pittsburgh after a massive water main break forced drivers to find alternate routes last week.
It looks as if it is going to be a while longer before crews can make the necessary repairs to Fort Pitt Boulevard, which was damaged by Thursday’s water main break.
Repairs are continuing after a massive water main break created a shower in the Parkway East’s Bathtub section just as the Thursday morning rush hour was about to get underway. It’s been an all-day fix, and now that the water has stopped, the concern has shifted to how traffic will be affected Friday.
Tackling home repairs on your own is already a pain. Make sure you have the right tools.
Some expensive repairs are needed in the Penn Hills School District after vandals damaged the football field and athletic building.
Caution tape, construction cones and a big hole right in the middle of the road. A water main break created a big mess Wednesday morning at the intersection of Willard and Meuller Avenues in Crafton.
Crews repaired two water main breaks in McKees Rocks. According to officials at the scene, the 12-inch main broke around 7 a.m. on Island Avenue.
Pittsburgh is once again on the big screen. Some of the city’s neighborhoods and surrounding area along with some of its people are featured in the new movie “One for the Money.”
An aging water main that was supposed to be replaced this week in Banksville couldn’t wait for repair crews. The line broke on its own Sunday sending thousands of gallons of water into the basements of helpless neighbors.
Large cracks in a crumbling, narrow roadway have forced Shaler Township officials to close a popular shortcut. Fall Run Road is appropriately named because engineers say it is falling away, and that’s why effective today, it’ll be closed to commuters.
PennDOT officials say they reopened a normally busy stretch of East Carson Street on Pittsburgh’s South Side Saturday.
A lot of things are disposable these days, but what about your appliances? How do you know when to fix them, or get something new? It’s a call we never want to make.