On Thursday, PennDOT will hold its first ever online public meeting. PennDOT Secretary and State Transportation Commission Chairman Barry Schoch will do the talking.
If you’d like to get rid of your household hazardous waste, here are collection dates and times.
You may notice some new artwork the next time you’re in the Strip District.
Pirates fever has certainly taken over Pittsburgh. Today, Pirates President Frank Coonelly received recognition for the Bucs’ success.
After school was delayed during a teacher’s strike, Shaler students are going back to school today.
Munhall Police blocked off a stretch of Homestead-Duquesne Road, while a construction crew installed a 12-inch water main.
Many of us paused today to remember the deadly terror attacks that took place 12 years ago.
While a teacher strike continues in the Shaler Area School District, students are now showing their support.
Some senior citizens worked up a sweat with the Steelers today. It was all part of the United Way’s campaign to encourage acts of generosity.
It was the moment drivers were waiting for.
Some former Pittsburgh Steelers will come together this weekend for a big event – the annual Steelers 5K race at Heinz Field.
Traveling near the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium may be a bit tricky starting in September.
There is no doubt, driving around Pittsburgh can be a challenge at times. There always seems to be construction, add that to the many driving distractions, and it is no wonder a new report ranks drivers in Pittsburgh among the worst in the nation.
Starting as early as next week, PennDOT will post lower weight limits on more than 200 bridges in our region.
It is every parent’s worst nightmare – losing a child. For a family in Plum, the heartbreak and devastation has turned into motivation to make a difference.