Strip District Water Main Break May Take Weeks To Fix, And That Could Affect BusinessesA large water main break in the Strip District may take weeks to repair, and that could affect some businesses.
City Beating This Year's Lead Pipe Replacement Goals, PWSA SaysThe city is beating this year's goals for removing lead and improving water quality.
Here's Where PWSA Is Replacing Lead Water Pipes This WeekLead water service lines in Districts 1,3,7 and 9 are set to be replaced this week.
PWSA: Technical Error Caused Robocalls About Past Due Water BillsThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority says a technical error caused a robocall to go out customers Monday morning about past-due bills.
PWSA To Stand Trial On Charges It Violated Pa. Safe Drinking Water ActThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will stand trial on charges it violated the state's safe drinking water act.
PWSA Lifts Boil Water Advisory For Mt. Washington, Duquesne HeightsThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has lifted the precautionary Flush and Boil Water Advisory for Mount Washington and Duquesne Heights following a major water main break earlier this week.
Boil Water Advisory Lifted In Pittsburgh NeighborhoodsA flush and boil water advisory has been lifted in three Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
Engineering Team Assesses Allentown Landslide, Investigation Underway To Find CauseIt’s a sea of mud along Arlington Avenue in the city's Allentown section after a landslide began coming down a steep hill late Wednesday evening.
PWSA To Spend $50M To Replace Lead Pipes, Give Out FiltersThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will spend $50 million to take steps to address the city's lead crisis under a settlement approved by state utility regulators.
Pa. AG Files 161 Criminal Charges Against PWSA Over Lead LevelsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is filing 161 criminal charges against the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority related to lead levels in the water system.
Pittsburgh Gets Grant, Loan Money To Help Replace Lead Water Service LinesThe City of Pittsburgh is getting money from the state to replace lead water lines.