Police: Charges Pending After Humane Officers Find At Least 2 Dozen Cats Living In Lawrenceville Hoarding SituationAt least two dozen cats were rescued from a home in Lawrenceville on Thursday morning.
Row House Cinema Reopens To The Public, Requiring Proof Of VaccinationRow House Cinema in Lawrenceville has reopened to the public but is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
Row House Cinema In Lawrenceville Requiring Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative TestRow House Cinema has announced they will require proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test for entrance.
Row House Cinema In Lawrenceville Returning In September After Being Closed Since Pandemic's StartRow House Cinema in Lawrenceville is opening its doors this September after being closed for 18 months.
Heavy Storms Cause Downed Trees, Flooding Throughout Pittsburgh AreaA tree fell onto a home on Old Kummer Road in McCandless as a result of Sunday evening's storms.
Construction Begins On Residential Development At Convergence Of 4 Pittsburgh NeighborhoodsConstruction is underway on a new residential development at the intersection of four Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
A Violent Night In Pittsburgh: Three Shootings Leave Several People Injured And Police Looking For AnswersThree shootings in the Pittsburgh area left several people hurt and police looking for suspects and answers.
2 Shot Outside UPMC Children's HospitalPittsburgh Public Safety said one person was shot multiple times outside UPMC Children's Hospital.
Open House Scheduled This Weekend For Former Pirates Pitcher Joe Musgrove's $740,000 CondoIf you are in the market for a new condo with sweet views of Upper Lawrenceville, you are in luck.
Hazmat Called For Trailer On Fire In Lawrenceville After 50 Gallons Of Diesel Fuel SpillThe driver of a tractor-trailer hauling diesel fuel slammed into a utility pole and caught fire in Lawrenceville.
Pittsburgh Planning Commission Holds Hearing On Potential Affordable Housing Zone In LawrencevilleMaking housing more affordable in Lawrenceville was the focus of a hearing by the Pittsburgh Planning Commission.