Souper Bowl Near PPG Paints Arena Hopes Hockey Season Will Bring Boost In BusinessWith hockey back in play, local businesses around the arena are hopeful it will mean a boost in business.
State Police Hand Out 5 Warnings, 4 Notices Of Violation To Local Establishments Not Following COVID-19 OrdersState police handed out five warnings and four notices of violation after visiting Pittsburgh-area businesses to make sure they're following COVID-19 restrictions.
State Police Give 6 Warnings, 4 Notices Of Violation To Pittsburgh-Area Establishments Not Following COVID-19 RestrictionsState police handed out six warnings and four notices of violation after visiting Pittsburgh-area businesses to ensure they are following COVID-19 guidelines.
Esquire Magazine Singles Out 2 Pittsburgh Restaurants That Must Survive COVID-19 PandemicEsquire Magazine has named 100 restaurants that America can't afford to lose during this pandemic, and two local restaurants are on the list.
State Police Give 9 Warnings, 5 Notices Of Violation To Pittsburgh-Area Establishments Not Following COVID-19 RestrictionsState police handed out nine warnings and five notices of violation after visiting Pittsburgh-area businesses to make sure they're following COVID-19 restrictions like the indoor dining ban.
Restaurant Owners React As They Prepare To Reopen Their Doors Following Temporary COVID-19 RestrictionsThis first Monday of the year means a roll back of the COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants that were imposed to avoid a holiday spike.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Orders A Penn Hills Restaurant To Close For Allowing Indoor DiningThe Allegheny County Health Department has ordered another restaurant to close for breaking the temporary indoor dining ban.
Plum Mayor Encourages Residents To 'Swamp' Restaurants When They Can Reopen For Indoor Dining MondayThe mayor of Plum is encouraging people to "swamp" restaurants when they can reopen for indoor dining on Monday.
Gov. Wolf Announces That Indoor Dining Ban, Temporary COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts Expire On January 4Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that the temporary COVID-19 restrictions in Pennsylvania will expire at 8 a.m. on January 4.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Paying Struggling Restaurants To Provide For Food Insecure CommunitiesHeading into the slowest month for this industry, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has started a new program that is helping both the restaurants and people in need.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Police Give 3 Warnings To Pittsburgh-Area Establishments Not Following Coronavirus OrdersThree Pittsburgh-area licensed liquor establishments were given warnings after police visited to make sure they're following COVID-19 orders like the temporary indoor dining ban.