'Call 911. They Are Breaking The Law': State Leaders Say People Can't Be Evicted During The Coronavirus PandemicLaid off, waiting for unemployment checks and struggling to pay the mortgage or the rent: that’s the grim reality now for people in and around Pittsburgh.
Battle Over 1965 Pickup Truck Could Lead To ForeclosureA battle between a Missouri man and his homeowner's association over an old truck could lead to foreclosure.
Wells Fargo Forecloses On Pittsburgh Mills MallThe Pittsburgh Mills Mall is facing foreclosure. Its owner owes nearly $143 million. But at least for now, the mall says it is business as usual.
Mount Pleasant Officials Pondering Solutions To High Grass ProblemOfficials in Mount Pleasant are trying to figure out how to maintain foreclosed properties around town.
Several Poodles Found Living In Deplorable Conditions In Lower BurrellSix dogs found abandoned and neglected in a home in Westmoreland County are now looking for new homes.
Group Rallies To Support Woman In $6 Tax Bill CaseA community group called ANEW rallied at the Beaver County Courthouse on behalf of Eileen Battisti, who claims her home was sold by the county for $6.30 in back taxes.
Aliquippa Homeowner Claims She Never Knew About $6 BillFrom the outside, it’s a beautiful house in Aliquippa that has the appearance that all is well inside, but that is far from the truth.
August Wilson Center Seeks Funding To Ensure FutureThe August Wilson Cultural Arts Center is seeking funding from various sources to keep its doors open.
Opinion: Mitt Romney's Bailout Double StandardRomney negotiated a $10 million federal bailout for his company, but has called for foreclosures to be allowed to "hit bottom" and letting Detroit go bankrupt.
Minn. Family Comes To Pittsburgh, Protests PNC BankThe Cruz family says their home was foreclosed by PNC because the bank did not properly record an on-line payment – then added late fees. "They started adding more charges and we couldn't make the payment after all -- we wanted to but it just didn't enable us to," said David Cruz.
Legal Proceedings Continue Over Shoppes At NorthwayLegal proceedings continued Monday for the owners of the Shoppes at Northway.
New Help Available To Stave Off ForeclosureAs the foreclosure rate continues to climb in Pennsylvania, homeowners now have some extra help to stay in their homes via a federally-funded emergency home loan program.
Burned Out House Sits Empty In Seven FieldsIt is an eyesore in the middle of an upscale local community, a burned-out house that has sat empty for the past four years. Officials in Seven Fields in Butler County say a giant bank and mortgage lender is to blame.
Attorney Sues Law Firm Over Foreclosure On Woman’s Home
Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel May Seek New Brand Name