Penguins Pushed By City Official To Start Work At Arena SiteThe Pittsburgh Penguins insist they are working to redevelop the site of the team's former arena as a city councilman applies pressure to get something done on the property.
Pirates Considering Legal Action Against SEA Over PNC Park UpgradesThe Pittsburgh Pirates have reportedly threatened to take legal action against the Sports and Exhibition Authority.
State Law Making It A Challenge To Clean Geese Droppings From The RiverwalkThe Riverwalk by Pittsburgh's sports stadiums is a beautiful place to walk, run and bike, but not so much lately.
Proposed Heinz Field Upgrades Currently On HoldThe Steelers want to add 3,000 new seats to Heinz Field and a new scoreboard, but those plans might be on hold until next year.
Steelers, SEA Square Off In Court Over Paying For Improvements To Heinz FieldFans pack Heinz Field for every home game and the Steelers would like to add 3,000 more. Those new seats would cost about $30 million and the team wants the public entity known as the SEA, the Sports and Exhibition Authority, to pick up $20 million of that tab.
Prominent Local Developer Honored, Remembered At Memorial ServiceHe wasn't a household name in Pittsburgh, but he had a big impact on how we live. A memorial service was held Saturday to honor and celebrate the life of Mark Schneider; a man who many say dedicated his career to making Pittsburgh a better place.
Appeals Court Strikes Down Arena PreservationistsThe people making a last-ditch effort to save the Civic Arena from demolition have been dealt another blow.
Preservationists Launch Last-Ditch Effort To Save Civic ArenaDemolition of the Civic Arena could begin as early as Friday, but local preservationists have launched a last-ditch effort to save the building.
Cecil Township Man Proposes Moving Civic ArenaA retired engineer has an unusual idea for the Civic Arena. Tom Galownia says why not take apart the arena and move it somewhere else?
Film Office Slams 'Batman', Civic Arena Implosion RumorsFiore Mastrucci's blog reports that the Civic Arena would be blown up as part of a deal between the film’s director, Pittsburgh Film Office, Sports and Exhibition Authority and the governor. That brought heated denials.