Orchards And Farms Finding Ways To Keep Fall Fun Available Throughout PandemicWith fall on the horizon, local farms and orchards are still offering fun and safe ways to have some fall fun!
Soergel Orchards Cancels Fall FestivalsIn an Instagram post, Soergels Orchards announced the cancelation of its fall festivals.
Increased Rainfall Taking Toll On Local Orchards And Landscapers
Your Haunted Pittsburgh Links: Oct. 5, 2018Some of today's guests/topics include: ScareHouse, Kennywood Phantom Fright Nights and Hundred Acres Manor! Click for more information about today's guests!
People Enjoy Sunshine As Warm Winter Day Sets Temperature RecordIt has been a day that will go down in the weather record books. Today, the record was shattered for the warmest Feb. 24 ever in Pittsburgh.
PTL Links: Dec. 29, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Hope Academy, NRG Energy, and Kidsburgh! Click for more information about today's guests!
Best Apple Pie In PittsburghThe sweet smell of fresh pies can make your day and a great way to find that delicious treat is to find a farm market or bakery for an apple pie delight. The fresh, local ingredients and care taken to prepare the apple pie comes from a dedicated staff or family -owned farm or business that ensures an exquisite product.
Best Garden Centers In PittsburghPittsburgh’s great garden centers offer tons of options for giving your garden a punch of color, texture and beauty.
Frost Advisory & Freeze Warning In Effect For Start Of Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day weekend normally signifies the unofficial start of summer. So, it only makes sense that a frost advisory and freeze warning will be in effect tonight.
Best Places To Pick Summer Fruit In PittsburghSummer has finally arrived and the Pittsburgh region is blessed with a myriad of farms and marketplaces to enjoy picking favorite fruit choices.
Best Easter Events For Kids In PittsburghGet your cameras and baskets ready as there are many events in around the city for the kids to enjoy this Easter.
Local Farmers Praying For Rain This is a challenging growing season for farmers. First a warm winter then an early spring frost and now fields are frying.
Wacky Weather Impacts Local Fruit HarvestsFarmer Reed Soergel, and his dog, Dozer, a ground hog specialist, are checking out the lay of the land. A warm spell in March forced fruit trees to flower and apples and peaches began growing about three weeks early. Then temperatures plunged.
Best Outdoor Kids Birthday BashesAre you sick of throwing your kid the typical birthday party in your backyard or at a swimming pool? Take a look at this guide of some great places to throw your child’s birthday party.
Soergel's Orchard Hurt By Overnight FrostReed Soergel of Soergel's Orchard and Family Farm in Wexford estimates only about 30 percent of the apples in his orchard survived the snap.