West Penn Power Building Evacuated Due To ThreatThe West Penn Power building was evacuated on Friday morning after a local man allegedly made “threats against the building, employees and students,” state police in Greensburg said.
Police Warn Lawrence, Westmoreland Counties Of West Penn Power Phone ScamPolice want to warn residents in Lawrence and Westmoreland counties about a recent phone scam involving West Penn Power.
Penn Power Outage Leaves 2,000 Customers In DarkNearly 2,000 Penn Power customers were left in the dark Friday morning.
Weekend Storm Causes Major Concerns For PennDOT, West Penn PowerThe much anticipated winter storm is bearing down on western Pennsylvania and there’s no way for road crews to get their usual head start to fight the wintry onslaught.
Elizabeth Woman, 75-Year-Old Mother Without Heat As Temperatures DropA woman and her 75-year-old mother have been living without electricity in their Elizabeth home for months, and their landlord says it will be another week before it's restored.
Raccoon Chews Through Power Line, Causes Peters Twp. OutageA raccoon is being blamed for a small power outage in a community south of Pittsburgh.
Crews Continue To Restore Power After Friday StormsThousands were still without power Saturday after storms swept through the area Friday afternoon.
High Winds Cause Damage, Power Outages Across AreaHigh winds Tuesday night and Wednesday morning caused damage and power outages across southwestern Pennsylvania.
Get Marty: Property Owner Worried About Power Company “Hacking Up” Her TreesA Slippery Rock woman fighting to save the trees on her farm reached out to Get Marty for help.
Free Water & Ice For People Without Power In Westmoreland & Fayette CountiesWest Penn Power is offering free bags of ice and water to people without power in parts of Westmoreland County and Fayette County.
Scam Targets West Penn Power Customers In MonongahelaPolice in Monongahela are warning residents of a new scam involving callers pretending to be from West Penn Power.
Consumers May Be Paying More Than They Should For ElectricityConsumers could be losing money because they are not using the Public Utility Commission's Pennsylvania Power Switch website to search for cheaper suppliers of electricity.