A major construction project is coming to a busy intersection in the South Hills. The intersection of Routes 88 and 51 is getting a makeover.
The clean-up continues after Friday’s flash floods shut down roads, damaged homes and left behind a lot of mud and debris.
Some are spending their Fourth of July cleaning up from storms that rumbled through our area during the night. They sparked fires, brought down trees and knocked out power to hundreds of homes.
Some big changes are coming to the Port Authority’s light rail system as more than a dozen stops will soon be eliminated.
In the coming weeks, you will no doubt notice road construction popping up all over the area. In the South Hills, PennDOT kicked off a major bridge project today that will have a big impact on thousands of drivers.
The next time you go to the grocery store, expect to see new labels in the meat department. New government regulations that take effect could help you make better decisions for your family at the supermarket.
Several residents reported smelling natural gas in the South Hills Tueday afternoon, but it is not believed to be a potentially hazardous situation.
Police have made an arrest in a rash of pharmacy robberies in the South Hills. Dr. Patrick Sullivan, 37, of Mt. Lebanon, was arrested Thursday. He’s accused of robbing two drug stores in Mt. Lebanon.
A thief looking for prescription painkillers is preying on pharmacies in the South Hills.
A busy stretch of Route 51 in the South Hills is back open after a water main break created a big mess along the roadway.
Storms brough heavy downpours, which caused flooding and a lot of damage around the area Monday night.
Road construction and lane closures will continue on Route 50 in the South Hills as well as McKnight Road in the North Hills.
The tunnel that was supposed to convey tens of thousands of cars in and out of the city every day barely scratches 600 vehicles and can be a lonely place even in peak times.
Police from 14 communities are investigating a rash of burglaries.
State police are looking for two people who have stolen thousands of dollars worth of golf clubs from Dick’s Sporting Goods stores across the area.