Even though it’s hundreds of miles away, Pittsburghers are helping out their neighbors in West Virginia.
Health officials in Kanawha and Putnam counties are working to reopen restaurants, daycare centers and other facilities that have closed because of a chemical spill.
A new way of grading restaurants could be coming to Allegheny County.
U.S. Steel’s Edgar Thomson Works has been belching smoke in Braddock for years.
Ski or snowboard into one of these ski resort restaurants and fill up with lamb chops, bison burgers and beef tenderloins before carving up the rest of the mountain.
Not everybody likes to eat at home on Thanksgiving Day, which is why a number of restaurants are open on the holiday.
Last night, Twitter basically exploded as the Pittsburgh episode of “Bizarre Foods America” with Andrew Zimmern aired on the Travel Channel.
The FBI and Pittsburgh Public School District are now involved with an investigation into misuse of taxpayer funds by Pittsburgh’s Urban Pathways Charter School.
If you’re a veteran, you’ll be able to get lots of discounts on Veterans Day!
Hundreds of thousands of people are flocking to Pittsburgh for a “ducky” dose of joy and grandeur, but our giant inflatable inhabitant has also inspired the city’s culinary scene.
Hundreds showed up to taste a little bit of the ‘Burgh at Heinz History Center’s Hometown-Homegrown event.
On the rain-slickened pavement of North Shore Driver, a big cat rolled toward the main entrance to Lot 2 today.
If you’ve been dying to try out a new restaurant, this may be the perfect time because it is Restaurant Week in Pittsburgh.
Some local bars and restaurants are boycotting Russian Vodka.
Service at restaurants can either be really great, really bad, or often in between. But suppose a restaurant automatically tried to tack on a gratuity without your consent no matter what the service?