'It Feels Good': Black-Owned Businesses In Pittsburgh React To Juneteenth Becoming A Federal HolidayAs Juneteenth is now recognized as a federal holiday, there are several celebrations planned in the Pittsburgh area.
Activists Call For Moving Money From Police And Into CommunitiesSocial activists took to the steps of the City-County Building to call for a change in policing in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County on Thursday.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Pushes Back Summer BOOST Program Due To Lack Of StaffingDue to a lack of staffing, Pittsburgh Public Schools is pushing back its Summer BOOST Program.
City Looks To Make Dangerous Streets Safer For PedestriansWhat needs to be done to make city streets safer in Pittsburgh?
About 1,500 Still Without Power Following Sunday's Severe StormsAlmost two days after power went out from Sunday’s storm, some people are still waiting for the lights to come back on.
Cleanup Efforts Underway After Storms Bring Down Trees And Damage HomesAfter storms rocked the region on Sunday, cleanup efforts are underway but some places are still waiting for the power to come back on.
‘He’s Like A Grandpa’: Sewickley Farms Community Wishes Beloved Bus Driver A Happy RetirementAfter 25 years of taking children to and from school, a local school bus driver has decided to retire.
Vaccine Advisors To Meet With The FDA Regarding COVID-19 Vaccinations For Children Under 12Today, vaccine leaders and the FDA will meet to discuss the next steps to get children younger than 12 vaccinated.
Leader From Allegheny And Butler Counties Meet To Rebuild And Redevelop Communities In Southwestern Pa.As President Biden fights for his infrastructure and jobs plan, local leaders met to figure out how to improve southwestern Pennsylvania.
McArdle Roadway In Mt. Washington Set To Close For Two WeeksMcArdle Roadway will be closed for two weeks starting Monday.
Pittsburgh Sees The Most Events In A Single Weekend Since Start Of Coronavirus PandemicArt, earth and activism all were in the planner for a busy Pittsburgh weekend.