More than 3 Miles of holiday lights once lead the way to the mansion at Hartwood Acres.
It’s a scene that has become all too familiar – Route 51 a raging rapids, unable to handle storm water.
The old North Park boathouse, which sat virtually idle for more than 30 years, has been re-born as a restaurant. A large crowd turned out Tuesday for the official opening of the Over the Bar Bicycle Café in North Park.
Rich Fitzgerald wouldn’t get specific about his 2014 County budget before addressing council member Tuesday night, but it’s clear that holding the line on taxes is a top priority.
The Port-Authority is proposing to reroute buses that stop in the heart of downtown.
The Port Authority readily acknowledges there were some unexpected hiccups in the early days of the North Shore connector.
Sunday is “Burton Morris Day” in Allegheny County, after the famed local pop artist.
The planes will continue to take off and land at Pittsburgh International Airport — but they’ll have company.
The ribbon cutting opened a garden that will do much more than beautify the corner Larimer Avenue and East Liberty Boulevard.
It’s been said that Pittsburgh is in the midst of its third renaissance. Public sector and private business have come together for the ground-breaking of another downtown complex.
Waiting for the bus can sometimes be a drag, but city officials are rolling out a new program to help.
There’s 12,000 acres in nine Allegheny County parks that 11 million people visit each year.
CBS Radio held the Marcellus Shale Festival on Thursday Aug. 15 in hopes of maximizing public and private partnership on Marcellus Shale.
How do you leave a legacy for the future? Some donate money, while others try to teach future generations. David McCullough spent his life pouring over history and teaching what he learned.
Pittsburgh is declining an invitation to bid on hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics.