Police Investigate $1,250 Worth Of Tools Stolen From Somerset Co. ContractorA person stole $1,250 worth of tools from All Pro Painting and Renovations on the Lincoln Highway from the beginning of March to October, according to a Pa. State Police report released on Friday.
Giant Sinkhole Impacting Businesses In Downtown PittsburghCrews are busy digging in and around the sinkhole that opened up in downtown Pittsburgh.
Popular Pittsburgh Ice Cream Parlor In Green Tree ReopensAntney's Ice Cream in Green Tree has reopened.
Local Bar Features 80 Beers On Tap From Only Pittsburgh BreweriesA local bar will fully devote its 80 taps to recognizing great craft beers brewed in the Pittsburgh area for the entire month of July.
Police Warn Local Businesses Of Attempt To Pass Fake $100 Bill Authorities are warning local businesses to look out for counterfeit money in the City of Duquesne.
Open Streets Planned For This Weekend Amid Mixed Reactions From Business OwnersThousands are expected to participate in another Open Streets event this weekend.
Cellone's Bread Co. Expanding After A CenturyIt has been a part of Pittsburgh for more than a century. Now, Cellone’s Bread Company is expanding.
Strip District Company Prints T-Shirts By The People For The PeopleWhat your T-shirt says on the outside is often a reflection of how you feel on the inside.
North Hills Businessman Combines Pizza-Making With Wine-MakingFrank Mazzotta who owns Adrian's Pizza in Richland has been making wine since he was a kid.
Kings Family Restaurants Sold To San Diego Private Equity FirmSince Hartley King bought his first restaurant in North Versailles in 1966, his Kings Restaurant chain has become a family fixture in this area.`
American Eagle Closing Warrendale Distribution CenterAmerican Eagle Outfitters says it will close a distribution center where 200 people work north of Pittsburgh at the end of July.
Treasurer Shuts Down 48th Bar, Boosting Revenue From Drink TaxOn Friday morning, Uncle Jimmy's Spirits & Food in Oakland became Allegheny County's 48th establishment shut down by Treasurer John Weinstein for failure to pay the seven percent drink tax.
7-Eleven Waives Franchise FeesIf you're looking to open a 7-Eleven, now might be the best time to do it.
Candy Maker Serves Up More Than Heart-Shaped Chocolates For Valentine's DayChocolates packed in heart-shaped boxes are standard fare on Valentines Day.
Hello Bistro Another Example Of Company Spin-Offs To Attract CustomersThe corner at Forbes and Wood, Downtown, was once home to a Stouffer's restaurant and later a McDonald's.