Heavy Rains Roll Through Laurel Highlands On July 4th It was a wet Fourth of July for some parts of the Laurel Highlands as rain poured through the area.
Park Rangers Trying To Stop Illegal Dumping In Laurel Ridge State ParkInstead of taking their trash to a landfill, people have been taking their trash to Laurel Ridge State Park. And the park isn't happy about it.
Seven Springs, Hidden Valley Announce Full Daily OperationsTwo Laurel Highlands ski resorts announced Tuesday that they will open for daily operation this upcoming weekend.
A Walk Through The Neighborhood: New Trail Allows Fans To Walk In Mister Rogers’ FootstepsTo mark the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, state and local leaders announced the creation of the Fred Rogers Trail.
A Simple Act Of Kindness: Restaurant Owner Pays Elementary School Students' Overdue Lunch BillsThe owner of Smitty’s Bar and Grill in Fayette County is giving back, paying the overdue lunch bills of students at a nearby school.
‘It’s Snow Big Deal’: Parts Of Western Pa. Socked By Spring SnowfallParts of Fayette, Somerset and Westmoreland counties saw quite a bit of snow on Friday as Mother Nature decided we needed a blast of winter in spring.
Snow Falls On Region Ahead Of New Year’s WeekendParts of the area are under winter weather advisories as cold temperatures and snow move in ahead of the New Year’s weekend.
Snow Expected To Impact Western Pa. Over WeekendThe coldest weather of the season so far arrives in Pittsburgh over the back half of the weekend with snow showers and light accumulating snow possible in the city.
PTL Links: Sept. 5, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Yelp Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Firefighters chili cookoff and Re:NEW Fest! Click for more information about today's guests!
PTL Links: July 4, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Laurel Highlands Visitor's Bureau, Albert Gettings Leadership Center and Rockin' The River! Click for more information about today's guests!
Thousands Expected To Attend 2016 Westmoreland County AirshowThe thunderous sound of jet fuel getting cooked off high above the Laurel Highlands can only mean one thing: It's airshow time!