Stray Cat Tests Positive For Rabies In Baldwin BoroughThe Allegheny County Health Department announced that a feral cat brought to a state laboratory tested positive for rabies.
Real Estate Developer Federally Charged In Allegheny Co.'s Largest Asbestos Removal CaseA Mt. Lebanon real estate developer has been charged in federal court for illegally removing asbestos from the former Westinghouse facility.
Allegheny County Health Department Flu Vaccine Clinic Opening September 30The Allegheny County Health Department is offering residents flu shots beginning next week.
Gov. Tom Wolf's Administration Distributes Over 6,700 Kits of Free NaloxonePublic officials believe that we Pennsylvania is at a critical crossroad in combatting the opioid epidemic.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Launches Community SurveyThe Allegheny County Health Department is launching a community health survey.
Raccoon In Bethel Park Tests Positive For RabiesA raccoon spotted in Bethel Park has tested positive for rabies.
Allegheny County Receiving Funding To Address Opioid EpidemicThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Allegheny County $5.2 million in funding to address the opioid epidemic.
Raccoon Found In Robinson Tested Positive For RabiesA rabid raccoon was found in Robinson Township, making it the 14th discovered in Allegheny County in 2019.
Health Department Orders Bruegger's Bagel Bakery To CloseThe Allegheny County Health Department has ordered Bruegger's Bagel Bakery to close.
Round Hill Spray Park Reopens To PublicThe Round Hill Spray Park is reopening after it had a bacteria count that exceeded regulations.
Allegheny County Kicks Off Program To Reduce Number Of Rabid RaccoonsIf you live in Allegheny County and see a helicopter flying over your house, don't be alarmed. It's probably trying to curb raccoon rabies.