People Come Together At Highland Park Pool To Cheer On Young ChildIt was a heartwarming moment at the Highland Park Pool as one child took his first deep-water test.
City Of Pittsburgh Offices, Facilities Closing Friday In Observance Of JuneteenthThis week, the City of Pittsburgh will celebrate Juneteenth, and city offices and facilities will be closed on Friday in observance.
Department Of Defense To Conduct Planned Training Exercises In, Around Pittsburgh AreaThe Pittsburgh Public Safety Department is informing the public to be aware that the Department of Defense will be conducting training exercises in the area in the coming days.
Gulf Tower Condemned By City Of Pittsburgh Inspectors Following Electrical Fire Last MonthAn iconic building that is part of Pittsburgh's historic skyline has received some bad news. The Gulf Tower has been condemned.
City Of Pittsburgh Celebrates Centennial Anniversary Of Lawrenceville Doughboy StatueThe City of Pittsburgh celebrates the centennial of the installation of the Doughboy Statue in Lawrenceville on Sunday.
City Of Pittsburgh To Expand Gun Violence Data TrackingPittsburgh is planning to expand its gun data tracking thanks to a grant.
City Of Pittsburgh Begins Phase II Of Recycling Bin ProgramThe City of Pittsburgh will soon deliver more blue recycling bins.
City Of Pittsburgh, Duquesne Light Team Up To Plant Trees For Arbor DayDuquesne Light and the City of Pittsburgh planted more than a dozen trees in Highland Park.
City Of Pittsburgh Gets $4M In Transportation Funds From State
Penguins Updating City Of Pittsburgh On Former Civic Arena Site RedevelopmentThe Penguins are meeting with the city's Planning Commission today to provide an update on the next step in the transformation of the former Civic Arena site in Uptown.
City Of Pittsburgh To Add Hundreds Of Miles Of New Bike Lanes To Existing NetworkIt is Earth Week and Pittsburgh is in the midst of a battle over asphalt. Drivers want every inch they can get while the city is trying to make bicycle riders safer.