After Pfizer's Vaccine Gets Green Light For Kids Ages 12-15, Mt. Lebanon School District Holds ClinicJust 24 hours after a decision from the CDC on the Pfizer vaccine in children ages 12 to 15, a local school district held a clinic today to offer it to students and their families.
Allegheny County Election Officials Say Tuesday's Primary Should Be A Smoother Process Than NovemberAllegheny County leaders said about 120,000 people applied for mail-in ballots for the primary.
Westmoreland County Election Bureau In Need Of Poll Workers And Election Judges For May PrimaryWestmoreland County is looking for people to serve as poll workers and election judges for the May 18 primary.
City Releases Farmers Market Schedule For Spring, Summer And FallIt’s that time of year when local growers start selling their goods and produce at farmers markets.
Survey: How Is Your Kid's School Year Going Now?How are your kids adapting to all the school changes, whether it’s remote, hybrid or fully in-person?
Wolf Administration Encourages Pennsylvanians To Apply For Assistance With Internet Bills, Electronic DevicesThe departments of Human Services, Labor & Industry, and Education announced the availability of a program that assists eligible households in paying for internet service and certain electronic devices.
BikePGH Launching New Series Called Bike Anywhere WeekBikePGH is launching a new series called Bike Anywhere Week.
Know Before You Go: Understanding The Pennsylvania Primary BallotPrimary elections are often overlooked but they can be some of the most important elections we vote in, so how can you stay informed as a voter?
Allegheny County Puts Out The Call For Poll Workers In May 18 PrimaryThe Allegheny County Board of Elections is still looking for poll workers to work the May 18 primary.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Looks To Grow City, Seeks Public Input On Future PlansDowntown Pittsburgh has seen businesses come and go in the last 15 months.
My Brothers Keeper Program Offering Mini-Grants For Outreach ActivitiesThe City of Pittsburgh’s "My Brothers Keeper" program is focusing on reducing violence and promoting peace.