A hearing has been postponed once again regarding the future of a Station Square nightclub where a man was shot last month during a party.
A club in Station Square where a man was shot last month will be closed this weekend. The Allegheny County District Attorney’s office met with the owners of Club Zen on Wednesday.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala has new concerns about a local club where a shooting took place two weekends ago. On Tuesday, Zappala and Pittsburgh City Solicitor Dan Regan went to Club Zen in Station Square in anticipation of a meeting tomorrow with the owners.
A man celebrating his 21st birthday was shot at least three times at a local club and now his parents want the place shut down.
A Pittsburgh City Councilman is renewing his call for a crackdown on the nightlife on the South Side following an overnight shooting at a crowded local club. The incident happened just before closing time at Club Zen in Station Square around 1:30 a.m.
Two people were injured in an early Saturday morning shooting in Station Square. According to emergency dispatchers, the shooting happened at Club Zen around 1:30 a.m.
Hundreds of motorcycles will rumble out of Station Square Saturday morning. The sixth annual Fallen Marine Memorial Run will honor Marine Sergeant Justin Schmalsteig, killed by a bomb in Afghanistan.
Striking Verizon workers gathered for a rally in front of Sen. Pat Toomey’s office in Station Square and then marched to company’s headquarters downtown.
Police are investigating an unusual incident. Just before 4 a.m., a 25-year-old woman reportedly sent a message to a friend and said she was carjacked by two armed men while driving her white 2009 Mercedes at Station Square.
Everyone from Pittsburgh knows that Mt. Washington is the best place to take in the sights of downtown; but it’s not the only place in town with an amazing view of the city.
Concerts, filming of the new ‘Batman’ movie at Heinz Field, Pirates’ games and fireworks, it’s all this weekend in Pittsburgh. It may be difficult to believe that all of those things could be happening at the same time, but they are. There’s something for nearly everyone, and traffic headaches for the rest.
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday”! The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, are sharing their picks for the best bargains in town. The bargainistas are sharing their picks for some FREE outdoor fun. It may be another scorcher in Pittsburgh this weekend, but at least you can still have a great time on a dime!
From Grandview Avenue to PNC Park to the South Side, visitors to Pittsburgh will find lots of attractions in the city of black and gold.
They’re selling naming rights to just about everything these days – from stadiums to bowl games. But how about T stops and subway stations? KDKA Investigator Andy Sheehan reports that managers of the Port Authority are willing to play the naming game if it brings in new revenue.
It’s the beginning of an action-packed weekend that features something for everybody’s taste. Starting tonight concert goers and food lovers will be heading to Ribs On The River 2011 at the Trib Total Media Amphitheater at Station Square.