Little Italy Days Return To Bloomfield: 'The Businesses Need A Shot In The Arm'Most major events in our area were canceled last year due to COVID and there were fears more cancellations would occur this year.
Developers Hope To Turn Former East Vandergrift Elementary School Into Affordable Senior HousingWestmoreland County has a big need for affordable senior housing.
Shaler Area Substitute Teacher Arrested For Alleged Criminal Acts In January 6 Riots At U.S. CapitolA Shaler Area substitute teacher was arrested Friday morning in connection with the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
10 City Pools Not Opening Next Week, One Councilmember Blames Low Pay For LifeguardsIt may be hot and humid outside, but Pittsburgh is only opening eight of its eighteen pools next week.
Coal-Fired Power Plant In Cheswick To Close In SeptemberThe coal-fired power plant in Cheswick is closing this September following more than 50 years of operation.
Pittsburgh's Juneteenth Celebration In Jeopardy After Organizers Billed $140,000 For SecurityOrganizers of the Juneteenth celebration say the event is in jeopardy after Pittsburgh Public Safety sent them a big bill for security.
Reserve Elementary Students Dedicate Walking Trail To Late, Beloved TeacherStudents at Reserve Elementary School in Shaler on Tuesday remembered a teacher who died suddenly last fall.
Wabtec Opens 3D Printing Plant At Industrial Park Near Pittsburgh International AirportPittsburgh International Airport has a new neighbor.
Pa. Lawmakers Return For June With Big Agenda, Sharp DifferencesPennsylvania state lawmakers are returning to session Monday with a big June agenda and sharp differences over the future of the state’s finances, schools, energy sector and election procedures.
Pittsburgh Barbershop Signs Up To Be Part Of President Joe Biden's Vaccine Outreach ProgramPresident Joe Biden wants to partner with Black barbershops to encourage African Americans to get vaccinated.
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.