Local Restaurant Owners Accuse Grubhub and Microsites Of Hijacking Their Online IdentitiesLocal restaurant owners are running into new issues with Grubhub and other third-party delivery apps.
UPMC Releases Guidelines For A Safe Return To Sports Sports are starting to return, including leagues for kids and teenagers.
United States Postal Service Hiring Mail Carriers In Western PennsylvaniaThe United States Postal Service is hiring in western Pennsylvania.
26,000 Drivers Have Received Notices For Speeding Through Work Zones In Pennsylvania Since MarchAutomated speed enforcement in work zones has arrived in Western Pennsylvania.
Mayor Peduto Calls For Independent Investigations Into Disbursement Of Crowd At East Liberty ProtestPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is calling for independent investigations into police efforts to disperse a splintered group of protesters following a demonstration in East Liberty on Monday.
Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board Investigating How Police Officers Handled Protesters In East LibertyThe Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board is investigating how Pittsburgh police officers handled protesters in East Liberty.
Jewish Community Center Of Greater Pittsburgh Taking Part In Summer Food Service Program
On A Positive Note: Pittsburgh Handyman 'Mr. Good Deeds' Raises $30,000 To Help OthersA Pittsburgh handyman known for spreading kindness helped raise $30,000 for those in need.
Virtual Job Fair Featuring More Than 40 Companies Will Highlight Local Job OpeningsA virtual job fair featuring more than 40 companies will highlight local job openings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
EQT Children's Theater Festival Goes Online, Offers More Than 40 Free Activities For Families At HomeThe EQT Children's Theater Festival is going online this year.
'It's Been Long Enough': Lawrence Co. Businesses Ready To Reopen Doors As They Shift To 'Yellow’ Reopening PhaseThe countdown is on for the first 24 counties in the state to move to the "yellow" phase of Gov. Tom Wolf's coronavirus reopening plan.
'I Was Just So Angry': Frustration Rises For Butler Co. Couple Still Waiting For Stimulus Money After Dead Relative Receives CheckA Butler County man is looking for answers after he received a stimulus check for his father, who died more than two years ago.
Gov. Wolf Urging Pennsylvanians To Apply For Mail-In Ballots For Upcoming Primary ElectionPennsylvania voters have until May 26 to apply for a mail-in ballot for the upcoming primary election.
'Huge Difference': Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Community Rallies Around Edgewood Siblings, Ages 9 And 6, Who Have Raised More Than $2,000 For United WayAfter starting with $37, a 9-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister have raised more than $2,000 for the United Way amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'Heartbreaker': Uncertainty During Coronavirus Pandemic Has Local Communities Already Canceling Summer FestivitiesMany local communities are already doing away with their annual summer festivals and parades.